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Fresh update on "oscar" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek
"The whole game. What do you think? It was, it was incredibly intense. How far will the USA go? Hopefully all the way. To stay in it, the American team has to beat Iran in Qatar Tuesday. Oh, I think we could still fight. I don't like to give up easily. I don't think the team wants to give up easily, so I say let's keep fighting and go USA. If the U.S. men's team does beat Iran, they would have to greatly outscore favorite England in their game Tuesday against Wales to win the cup. Southern California can now boast the world's oldest canine, Guinness World Records recently verified at 22 year old chihuahua named Geno as the oldest living dog on the planet. Gino was born in late September 2000 adopted when he was just two owner Alex Wolfe says Geno's long life can be attributed to a strong support system and a healthy diet, Academy Award winning actress and singer Irene Cara, this dead at the age of 63. I'm gonna learn how to fly for publicist confirming that she passed away at her Florida home Friday Kara famous for a recording the title track from the film's fame and flashdance. No cause of death was given. Fans are being told that a memorial will be announced at a later date. I'm Scott Carr. And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom. Protesters in China have taken to the streets after a fire in the capital of Xinjiang province killed ten people. It frightened people across China who have been facing rolling quarantines and lockdowns that can cause their apartment blocks to be closed off or blocked by steel gates blocking access to buildings. Within hours, protests had spread online and residents of compounds in Beijing and other cities were filmed confronting local officials. There are even calls for president Xi Jinping to step down. Twitter is hiring according to slides from a company talk tweeted by owner Elon Musk following sweeping job reductions in a cost cutting drive since the billionaire took over the social network. The first slide had words we are recruiting with no further details. The Artemis one Orion spacecraft is now orbiting the moon. NASA says the milestone moment occurred Friday evening at about 5 p.m. eastern. This is, of course, an uncrewed test flight, but we do have a couple of purposeful passengers that have hopped a ride onboard Orion. Passengers are mannequins during its orbit, Orion will travel 40,000 miles beyond the moon, which will set a new record by getting farther away from earth than any spacecraft intended for humans. The Federal Reserve is set to issue its report card on the U.S. economy as central bankers chart the course of interest rate policy in 2023. We get more from Bloomberg's Vinny del giudice. The Central Bank will release its latest beige book on Wednesday, document based on anecdotal reports by the fed's district banks, minutes of fed's most recent policy meetings such as officials are leaning toward downshifting the magnitude of interest rate hikes starting at the December meeting. The beige book will help set the agenda for the upcoming session. Vini del Jude's Bloomberg radio. Global news, 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg
Irene Cara, Oscar-winning singer and actress, dies at 63
"Award winning singer and actress Irene Cara has died at the age of 63. The cause of death has not yet been released. Her publicist calls Irene Cara a beautifully gifted soul whose legacy will forever live through her music and films. That includes fame and flashdance, Cara was the voice behind some of the most joyful, high energy tunes of the 80s. First coming to fame in the movie fame, costarring Debbie Allen featuring performing arts high school talent, Cara died in her home in Florida at the age of 63. I'm
Fresh update on "oscar" discussed on Bloomberg Intelligence
"Great Lakes region. Singer and actress Irene Cara is dead. The Academy Award winning performer passed away Friday at her Miami home, she was 63, the cause of death was not disclosed. The Bronx native born Irene escalera became a star in the early 80s after recording the title tracks from fame and flashdance. I'm criss-crossed. You're listening to Bloomberg intelligence with Alex Steele and Paul Sweeney on Bloomberg radio. So Paul, I traveled, what was our month ago Okay. And it was super traumatic. Like I have zero interest in ever getting on a plane any time soon. And I'm wondering if more and more people actually feel like me because apparently bookings and airfare declined much more than expected in October. Let's get some answers here. Bloomberg intelligence senior aerospace and defense analyst George Ferguson joins us now. George, as everyone just traumatized, like I was, or is there something else going on here? So I think it was probably a rough summer and fall. There was some decent volumes. I think the airlines weren't still a bunch of staff that they're training. So maybe not as prepared as they should be. But I think there's more seasonality going on right now, right? I think as we get into the winter, I think we're seeing the decline in leisure. We haven't seen business bounce back like we had hoped for. And so and I think as well at the low end of the leisure market, I think that it consumers probably starting to feel squeezed and their budgets and I think that combination is starting to show in bookings just not showing up as much in fairs, but starting to show up in bookings at the data that we get from airline reporting corporation that we looked at in October. Yeah, George, you can tell the airlines for me. I don't really like this dynamic pricing thing. Nicklin dime it for everything. Pass that along if you would. So talk to me about the business travel. Is there a new consensus out there when you talk to the airlines about where this is going to settle out? So the airlines, what they're talking about, is that new travel future, let's call it, right? So I can't say that I thoroughly understand it or believe it will persist, but what they're saying is that more and more they're finding people mixing business and leisure. So I think there's a lot of large corporations that don't let that happen. But they're saying employees, they might, in the old days, maybe you were going to a conference in LA and you'd fly out Sunday Night or Monday morning. Stay in LA for the week for the conference final on Friday. Now maybe you fly Friday night. Maybe it's on your own dime. I don't know. You crash on your friend's couch in LA for Saturday and Sunday and then you go to the conference and then you fly home. And so they're saying that we're not going to be able to see the business patterns like we had in the past. And so that's probably going to also change part of the fair structure. But I can tell you, quickly, what we saw from the airline reporting corporation data is traditionally last month, we saw business travel was back to about 75% of typical bookings. Compared to 2019 levels in October, it fell to 65 ish percent. So it actually looked like business bookings went backwards. So when a lot of the European airlines, for example, and I know this because I anchor television with guy Johnson, a lot of the European airliners still saw a really strong winter, like their visibility seemed pretty good and they talked pretty positively. Do you believe that? How do we possibly have visibility into what the consumer is doing when it comes to major purchases like airfare in 6 months? So I don't believe it. So I think that we've heard U.S. airlines give us a little bit of that. Commentary as well, right? And what they'll say is for the visibility that they have, things look good, all right? Traditionally, I think you'll find some leisure folks that book and if they really have to have that vacation, they may have been roughed up a little bit this summer. They couldn't get the ticket they wanted maybe or the price they wanted. And so they said, look, we got to get out here early. We got to get that ticket booked. And so I think they're getting visibility on those early bookings. But I think that there's a lot of their demand is still 6 weeks out, a lot of markets for business. It's shorter than that. It's a couple of weeks out. And I don't think they're booking on a different sort of time schedule. And so I think there's a lot that they don't have visibility on. But I think they're trying to reassure the analysts as they tell them that the visibility they have looks good. That's what I think is going on. George, it's a too late for me to make a career change and become an airline pilot because that's what I hear all the time. I could totally see it. Absolutely. The hat. Yeah. Exactly. But George, tell me where we are in terms of the pilots, the flight attendants, the baggage handlers, that's been a gating issue for this industry in this reopen. Yep, they
How Emilio Esteves Helped Jon Bon Jovi Get His Oscar Nomination
"Also, close personal friend of Bon Jovi, you were in his music videos, he was in young guns, et cetera that's right. How did that happen? So I was a fan of that song that he wrote called wanted dead or alive, and we listened to it during the first young guns. And Ali sheet is like patient zero. She was friendly with. And me too, from USC theater. She's the she was friends with John and Richie sambora, and she introduced John and I and John says, hey man, you know, I love young guns one. Can I be involved with youngsters? I said, you know, once you come out to New Mexico and we'll throw in cameo, he shows up in the middle of shooting and he says, hey, I wrote a song. I'd love to play it for you. And I said, oh my God, whatever. Sure. Yeah. How good could it be? Can I play it for you now? And he had it written on a piece of lined. Paper and he's sat down and played in the car and it was blazing glory. Wow. And I had the day off. And I said, get in the car. We drove to set. I said, there's the director and producers go in there and play it for them. And he did. And he was nominated for an Oscar. I think he won the Golden Globe for the song. And an entire album was born out of that experience. So yeah, he and I have been friends for a while, and it was I think that was his first solo album, was it?
Fresh update on "oscar" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"This. I read Kara won an Oscar for co writing that theme from flashdance. She also wanted Golden Globe to Grammys during a career that began as a child as an 8 year old she appeared on the original amateur hour at 11 she was on Broadway. Her publicist says Irene Cara has died at her home here in Florida. Irene Cara was 63. This is CBS News
Eric Welcomes 'The Promise Code' Author O.S. Hawkins to the Show
"OS Hawkins, welcome back. Good to see you. Thank you. Joy to be with you. You know, when your name is what my name is, you have to go by initials. You know, for my Jewish friends, they say, what's OS stand for? And I say Oscar Schindler. To my Arab Friends, they say, I say Omar Sharif. But the truth is their old family names, and so I consequently just go by initials OS. And they're so unpleasant. You won't even share them with my smile. Now you know. What is it? Swafford. Swafford. Swafford. Not spafford, swafford. Squawk. I wish you watched. I've heard I could have a claim to fame. Right. Right. My gosh. Well, listen, there's always so much I want to talk to you about, but I want to be real clear. You have a new book out called the promise code 40 Bible promises. Every believer should claim. Now, if you don't live in Dallas, there are many people listening to this program right now. They don't even get that idea of what do you mean Bible promises I should claim. Where do you get the idea that there are these things in the Bible that I can claim? What is that whole idea of claiming a Bible promise? How is it even biblical to claim a Bible promise? I think it is, but I would love you. You're the theologian. I would love you to just explain that to our audience. Well, Eric, there was a perversion about naming it and claiming it several years ago in the Christian faith. In other words, if I see a big new automobile I just name it and claim it. God, I'm a claim that you give it to me. That is just perverted biblical truth. Is anything could be. What we talk about when we talk about claiming a Bible verse, Adrian Rogers used to say when God names it, you can claim it. For example, the Bible promises whoever believes on the name of the lord Jesus Christ shall be saved.
Fresh update on "oscar" discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Choice, as of last month, about a 109,000 workers in Illinois had saved $91 million for retirement through secure choice. Jim goddess one O 5 9. Her voice produced two of the most iconic themes of the 1980s Irene Cara hit the charts with fame. But we titled song in 1980 and then struck gold again with flashdance, one of feeling from the popular movie, Cara has died at the age of 63, according to her publicist. A cause of death has not been disclosed, Kara played Koko and fame about New York's high school for the performing arts she won an Oscar and Grammy for writing and singing flash tense. New research finds that a longtime gauge of heart health is not effective for one particular race or group more from CBS News Michael George. High density lipoprotein or so called good cholesterol may not be as strong a barometer of heart health among all racial and ethnic groups. Research in the journal of the American college of cardiology found lower levels of HDL were associated with increased risk of heart attacks among white adults, but not black adults. Higher levels were not protective for either group. The authors conclude that in addition to supporting ongoing and future research with diverse populations to explore these connections, the findings suggest that cardiovascular disease risk calculators using HDL cholesterol could lead
Jury orders Paul Haggis to pay at least $7.5 million in rape lawsuit
"A New York City jury has found an Oscar winning filmmaker liable in a rape case He won't have to go up the river but Paul haggis is up the creek when it comes to a case in which a publicist accused him of rape a New York City jury has sided with Haley brist and her allegation that dates back to 2013 Haggis has been ordered to pay at least $7.5 million to Brees the panel also decided additional punitive damages should be awarded later For other women testified in court saying they too were subjected to forceful unwelcome passes and in one case rape by the screenwriter behind the movie's $1 million baby and crash
Fresh update on "oscar" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"She was the Oscar winning voice behind. The title tracks to fame and flashdance. She died in her Florida home of an undisclosed cause, she soared the fame when she was cast in the 1980 musical fame. She was originally cast as a dancer, but then had the role of coco and sang the title track, then she won a Grammy, and Academy Award back in 1984, with the title track to flash dance, and re care it Irene Kira was 63 years old. What dozens of people saying their final goodbyes to Virginia Maclaurin yesterday, she passed away earlier this month at the age of 113. Sheryl Christmas ran a foster grandparents program that Maclaurin belonged to, she talked to NBC four. I remember
Paul Haggis Rape Trial To Jury After Lawyers Deliver Closing Arguments – Update
"We're in the final stage of a civil lawsuit in which an Oscar winning filmmaker is accused of rape The major players of testified the attorneys have made their closing arguments Now it's time for a 6 member civil jury in New York City to decide the case between filmmaker Paul haggis and publicist Haley priest It's a classic he said she said one of many to emerge from the me too era pre says she reluctantly accepted an invite for a drink at haggis apartment only to receive unwelcome kisses and force sex She was a willing participant in his attorney's sake the only reason this case has gone to court is that she was an ass doubt again the publicist's case was bolstered by four other women who testified to similar behavior the defense as they were all liars to the childless and civil courts
Jimmy Kimmel to host the Oscars for third time
"Late night talk show host Jimmy Kimmel will return to host the Academy Awards I'm Archie Zara letta with the latest Jimmy Kimmel was the host of the Oscars when the wrong best picture winner was announced in 2017 He was the host in 2018 just as the me too movement was hitting its peak Kimmel will host for a third time when the awards are held on March 12th in Los Angeles Kimmel says in a statement it's either a great honor or a trap He says either way he is grateful to the academy for asking him so quickly after everyone good said no
Filmmaker Haggis finishes testimony, denies claims by women
"The rape trial of an Oscar winning filmmaker is nearing its end in New York City Most of the major drama in the case ended this past Friday when Paul haggis wrapped up three days on the stand in his own defense he choked up and wiped away tears as he ended his testimony responding to allegations by a publicist that he raped her in his Manhattan apartment in 2013 hackers told the jury he was a very flawed human being and that he made the 2004 movie crash because he couldn't figure out how to be good That prompted his attorney to ask if that self criticism was referring to him sexually assaulting anyone haggis replied oh God no with haggis and his accuser both done testifying now Court resumes today with the jury expected to get the case by midweek A Moscow's Gabrielle
Filmmaker Haggis testifies in rape lawsuit against him
"A Hollywood filmmaker has denied a rape charge against him Paul haggis has told the jury in New York he believes these sexual encounters he had with a woman in 2013 was consensual but publicist Haley breeze stole the jury It was rape now haggis is facing the civil trial taking the stand in his defense had his described himself as a flirt and says he acted with breast on what he thought was mutual attraction and that she never indicated otherwise until he heard from her attorney in 2017 priest has given the jury in New York an extensive account of the alleged assault saying that she repeatedly told him stop during their encounter I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
The Big Lie That Was Sacheen Littlefeather at the 1973 Oscars
"I didn't really heard too much about sashi little feather for years after that. But now her sister is really doubling down and exposing her sister her older sister for the bald liar she was and would go on to become and I'll tell you that story a couple of seconds. So rosalyn Cruz has been on a campaign since her sister passed away recently from breast cancer because it turns out such gene little feather was just an alter ego. Rosalyn was 15 years old at the time and couldn't believe what she saw on a TV set, just like we couldn't. She gawked and disbelief from their grandparents home in a very rural plot of California called Salinas. As this sasheen little feather, who she knew to be her 26 year old sibling, Marie Louise Cruz, perform what would become the most pivotal 75 seconds of her entire acting career. And now it's been a few weeks since the woman known as sasheen died a lot of better identity, and she died from breast cancer, not too long ago, a younger sister is just blowing the whistle on all her bullshit. And there are some really weird stories on who this woman really was and where she came from. So Rosalind couldn't wait to uncover all this stuff. And she went on a bit of a tear calling reporters and making the scene a different functions, what have you, and she felt the time is right now that her sister's dead, to really tell people the truth and who's sajin little federal really was. Because basically, she said that that whole stunt mortified her family. Because before a system of re left for the Academy Awards that night, she told the whole family, just watched the show. I can't tell you anything more, but just watch. And, you know, a few years earlier, the sister had started her acting career at the American conservatory theater in San Francisco, but still couldn't make a name for herself in Hollywood. So she cooked up something really crazy. So when they saw Marie identify herself as Apache, their grandparents, everybody's blown away. They'll never forget how they just stand at each other. Absolutely dumbstruck. And that moment marked the first time that her eldest sister claimed she was part of a tribe.
Woman says Weinstein sexually assaulted her in 1991 and 2008
"A woman has testified that Harvey Weinstein sexually assaulted her not just once but twice Killy cipher does total Los Angeles jury that disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein sexually assaulted her in a hotel room during the Toronto film festival in 1991 and that he did it again when she tried to confront him about it in the same hotel 17 years later As you might expect Weinstein's attorneys had a field day on this during cross examination Alan Jackson noted that the person that seifert described to the jury seemed like someone she would avoid at all cost But in steady note she took his calls and even visited him a second time in New York once is not charged with the exit seifert alleges prosecutors put her on to show jurors Weinstein's propensity for the crimes he is charged with I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Ye kicked out of Skechers' headquarters in California
"More corporate denunciation for the rapper formerly known as Kanye West we don't know why Ye decided to show up at the California headquarters of skechers this a day after the Adidas had cut him loose but officials at sketches though the whole thing was kind of sketchy so he got the heave hoe The company says the rapper arrived unannounced them without invitation at its corporate headquarters near Los Angeles and as he did began taping video inside sketcher says two of its executives walked out the door and as if to verbally shut it behind him the company says it was not is not and has no intention of working with him I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Weinstein lawyer presses woman over absence of rape evidence
"A tough day on the witness stand for the first accuser in the Harvey Weinstein rape trial in Los Angeles the previous two days Jane Doe one got to tell the jury her side of the story what bit by bit that account was picked apart by an attorney for Harvey Weinstein the main thrust of the cross examination there is no forensic evidence that proves the movie mogul returned 2013 as Weinstein attorney Alan Jackson or their photos no documentation of injuries no A rape kit No Video No but this time the accuser at it you think somebody have to rate makes a video the defense is seeking to convince the jury that the claims by Jane Doe one were all made up I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Dasha Burns: Fetterman Campaign Claims Victory in Debate Exchanges
"If John fetterman had an R behind his name, all you'd be hearing right now is the absolute catastrophe of a debate last night. Now, remember dasha burns the NBC reporter who a couple of weeks ago, dared to point out that fetterman has some major problems communicating and understanding communications? A fellow reporters went after her. Oh, he does just fine. He's fine. And nothing wrong with him. How dare you, dasha burns? Well, they got to her. Listen to the way she reported on the disastrous debate performance of John fetterman. This is this morning on NBC's Today Show. And Savannah is speaking to media after the debate, the fetterman spokesperson said the campaign was thrilled with his performance saying he won, quote, countless, exchanges against Oz, and we asked the Oscars. I mean, I got to stop it right there. Thrilled with his performance and he won countless exchanges with Oz, that would be exactly like me, Shane, ladies and gentlemen, up is down and down is up. 'cause there wasn't a single exchange that even in the, in your wildest imagination, you could say fetterman won.
Nielsen, Amazon Prime spar over who really watches football
"The final scores of last week's football games are in the books but the outcome of the ratings battle remains in dispute It should be a simple enough question how many people watch last Thursday's NFL clash between New Orleans and Arizona The answer depends on who you ask By Nielsen's count 7.8 million people watch Amazon Prime's coverage of the game but Amazon it says 8.9 million people tuned in Which number is right Well we may never know Nielsen has a formula that determines ratings based on the limited sample but Amazon says it has an actual count of every one of its subscribers who screens a broadcast and not an estimate I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Prosecutor: Women's stories show Weinstein's predatory power
"Both sides have now had their say in opening statements at the latest Harvey Weinstein trial in Los Angeles A prosecutor has told the jury the stories that accuses will tell about Harvey Weinstein will have a similar theme a young aspiring woman in cornered in a hotel room by a man who was the epitome of power in Hollywood what's more deputy DA Paul Thompson says each of those women came forward independent of each other after being taken advantage of by the Hollywood mogul but Weinstein's attorney Mark worksman has told jurors what happened between Weinstein and the women was considered acceptable and transactional behavior in Hollywood where young women seeking roles and other advantages would have sex with Weinstein and other movie big shots I'm Oscar wills Gabriel
Opening statements to begin in Weinstein trial
"Opening statements will begin Monday in Los Angeles in the sexual misconduct trial of movie mogul Harvey Weinstein I'm Marty Zara led with the latest Harvey Weinstein has pleaded not guilty in Los Angeles to four counts of rape and 7 other counts of sexual assault that involve 5 women He's already serving a 23 year sentence for rape and sexual assault for a conviction in 2020 in New York The jury for his Los Angeles trial consists of 9 men and three women little is known about them because their questionnaires have remained sealed Weinstein was once one of the most powerful men in Hollywood He ran miramax with his brother and produced Oscar winning films like Shakespeare in love and the artist
AJ on Harvey Weinstein and 'Good Will Hunting'
"I registered today that reminded me of the very wicked wicked ways of Harvey Weinstein. But this time he was screwing a guy. Now not the way you think. You got to go back to the days and 1997 when the smash hit, good will hunting was out in theaters, they spent 10 million to make that movie with Ben Affleck and Matt Damon and it ended up earning 225 million at the box office, one couple of Oscars, Matt and Ben got the screen playwriting award and Robin and Williams got best supporting actor, but there was some bullshit that occurred. You know, years ago I told you the story where Harvey paid Matt and Ben has started amount of money. No one expected this movie to blow up like this. All different types of screenwriters to punch up the script. In fact, word is the original script didn't even have a love interest that was played by Minnie Driver. There was some other things in the script that just in the initial script that Matt and Ben wrote that were not there. And Harvey had to do considerable amount of work finding script doctors to punch it up and he did. So when the movie time started to make a ton of money, Matt and Ben were very grateful, but there's a famous story that he told me where they said, you know, we really feel like we didn't get paid enough. I mean, in hindsight, they're right, but shit, the guy gave them their starts and they won an Oscar, but they still cried about, you know, we only got a certain amount and now the movie is over a 150 mil. And Harvey, it was in a hotel. He met them in a hotel, and I'm sorry, they called him. They had a meeting. They told him to man. And so I think about it. But he was pissed off. And then they kept hounding him. And he said, where the fuck are you guys? And they tell them what I'll tell they were at. I should stay put. And about two hours later, Harvey had a $1 million in a hefty bed, a garbage bag. And he threw it at them on the bed. And he said, I don't ask you another fucking thing. I'll kill you. I'm kidding, but I'm not. Now, then in that work, considerably happy back then to get a quick extra mill on top of whatever they got paid. I guess that shut them up, but that's one side of Weinstein. But on the same, the very same film. Kevin Smith, the director, was telling a story. That Weinstein actually pulled the movie from the fears early because he wanted to fuck around with Robin Williams Korea. Now, generally you hear him, you hear these stories about Harvey being this play with women. I've never heard much about him doing this sort of thing to a man.
David Schweikert: Biden Has Weaponized Every Level of the Government
"You know that the problem I have with this again being a former federal agent myself I mean I did this exact job description GS 1811 federal investigator It's a different agency but it's the same description but the issue I have with it is there's an opportunity cost to this stuff You know when the FBI spends a lot of its time you know investigating pro lifers On January 6 people some of who were just there at the rally and had nothing to do with any of the illegal behavior And then spends a bunch of time you know four years investigating Donald Trump congressman there's a cost to the foregone opportunity You know miss terrorists you know drugs at the border There's a cost to this It's just not free Well look I do mostly taxes I'm a ways and means God I'm a senior Republican over social security So I do Medicare financing I do taxes I do trade I do the geeky stuff I'm really good at math I'm not necessarily good at screaming at people And well I am So there you go We're a perfect match This is like Oscar and Felix I'm sorry go ahead I didn't mean to interrupt you Yeah In some ways we are the odd couple Think about what's going on and in some ways this goes back to the first day of the Obama administration It was the weaponization of every level of government So you had fun from it works as a park service Well it turns out that person used to be a political appointee and the Obama administration was so brilliant It took all these tens of thousands of political folks and converted them into covered employees So you can't fire them And now we're sitting here a decade later and you're wondering why the Trump administration had so much battle to get the littlest thing done or why every time you turn there's another Republican getting investigated They're getting brutalized
"oscar" Discussed on Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz
"Hear if he does tackle or does he definitely. Definitely. It's going to be big for both of them now, actually. Both of them are can make a lot of money from this already super, super rich, but both of them now, this is part of their celebrity story. If I sat down with Chris in the next hundred years, I would ask about this. If I sat down with will, I would ask about this in a weird way too and I'm sure his PR team told him this as well. This now became bigger than him winning the Oscar, which is a bit sad. We're not talking about the first Oscar. It wasn't like 50 Oscars. This is his first Oscar. But not talking about Lady Gaga and Liza Minnelli, who I love coming out at the end we're talking about Will Smith, which brings us to our pulse, question of the day, should Will Smith have been arrested and escorted out of the Oscars after hitting Chris Rock. Oh, I don't know where you are, Garrett. And I think you know where I am, yes, or no. 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Welcome back to the naughty but nice show Garrett we hardly ever disagree. I like these shows where we really get into it. I like it. Exactly. You know? Because we don't have to agree. That's the thing about friendship. Like, you could be Friends, but not have to see the same way all the time. I also neither one of us are going to get violent and neither one of us are going to make fun of each other's spouse. Let me point that out. So let's get to the polls. Thank you very much, everybody. Heidi Montag accused Lady Gaga of sabotaging her music career. We talked about this on our last show. Do you agree with Heidi? Let's have a look. 95% said, no, they do not agree with hiding. I think I'm with you too. Don't forget to vote on today's poll or controversial one today I can't. Wait to see your results get out. Twitter page. A Facebook page is naughty gossip and is sure to check back tomorrow and now let's have a special, nicest of the day. Let's do your nicest moment of the Oscars. What was your favorite moment of the Oscars? For me was because we've been watching it in my house for the last three months was watching the performance of, we don't talk about Bruno from Encanto. The smiles around my house like it was that moment where it's like, I could understand what they say when a song or a movie brings people together. It was that fun, you know? It put a smile on my face. I love it. I love it. I love it. Explain to people who don't have children like my good self, how big is this movement? I mean, the joke a few years ago was like, oh, frozen this, frozen that frozen this. It's now in kanto. Like, you know what I mean? It's that big. You start swapping out words instead of Bruno. You start saying each other's name. We don't talk about you. You know I love it. So you said that it didn't win because I think Billie Eilish won with her brother for No Time to Die. James Bond will here's the thing. So No Time to Die one because it was nominated. We don't talk about Bruno wasn't nominated. Lynn put in a different song that he felt encompassed the movie the best, which I understand, but I think if Bruno at the time was submitted, but again, Lin-Manuel Miranda even said, you don't know. You know what I mean? Like you don't know what's going through just like blow up and what song is just gonna be like, eh, you know? They picked the wrong song turn nominate otherwise today, Lin would have had an Oscar. He wasn't there last night because his wife is positive with COVID and nicest of the day and naughtiest of the day is the fact that we're not talking about all these incredible winners. Let me give you some of their names. Ariana debus. Who is the second Latina to win an acting award? Guess who the first one was? Rita Moreno. In 1969 for the same part in west side story. She's also to the first openly queer woman of color to win an acting award and I loved when she said there is a place for us, which is from a song in west side story. Jessica Chastain were not talking about her for winning two, Troy Kutcher. We're not talking about him..
"oscar" Discussed on Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz
"Will at the Golden Globes or anywhere now? I still think it's different. Think about how much Will Smith has had to go through over the last two weeks ever since that red table talk of uncoupling of how many times people have just pushed them and in questioned him and poked fun at him and then all of a sudden on probably arguably his biggest night where he wins an award, you're going to you're just going to chop them off at the knees because at the end of the day, no one's going to look at Jada, they're going to look at will. They're going to say, oh, look at will, you know? Well did bring all this up himself when you talk about Robin Roberts. She was promoting his book. But he talks constantly about his relationship with Jada on the red table that's his wife show. Okay. And so the two of them sat there and talked about their relationship for the ratings and they were allowed to say things to one another. My point of view though is and I do understand what you're saying is that we should be kinder to one another but you can't have a show about kindness and respect and love in for each other and then somebody gets up and slaps somebody in the face. He physically hit him. But with that too, you can't sit there and make fun of someone's wife and then say it wasn't a joke about your wife. It was about the movie franchise. It doesn't make sense. He was going after he was making a joke about his wife and he just not a true comedian, like a comedian that was hard in their ways would have said, you know what? Yes, it was a joke about your wife. He didn't. He went, he went the other way, meaning that it was true. It was a joke about his wife, you know? He's a joke about jata and her hair loss. Not funny, and you know, kind of rude, particularly because we know that she has alopecia. She's been very honest about that. But there's a place for physical violence now like now we're allowed to slap people around the face if we don't like what they're saying for me, my head exploded. I was so uncomfortable. I know the crowd has uncomfortable moving forward now. There's conversations about what should happen. Should he lose his Oscar now? No. There are very, very, very strict rules for people that have the Oscar, not many people do. And really these sort of popped up or were reinforced after the Harvey wine scene scandal. So there's rules of conduct here. And one of them is certainly not physical violence. So I reached out to the Oscar people. They have not responded yet. The other question is, there's a lot of questions right. Yeah, I'm trying to get back to my head exploded. The other question that's coming up is could he be arrested? I reached out to the LAPD and spoke to them. They said that they are obviously aware of the incident, but Chris Rock has not filed a complaint and until he does, they will not investigate this, but if he does, they will investigate it and hey, it's all there on video and when you tell the court, you know, he made fun of my wife, so by allowed to attack him, that is not gonna hold up. He physically attacked somebody. That's where I'll argue with you, rob shooter, where in a, with a jury sitting there hearing the story and then obviously hearing the evidence and I think 9 times out of ten, people will side, especially if they have a spouse or a significant other, they're going to stick up for them, you know? I think emotionally you're right here. If somebody made fun of Bruce well, that's what I'm saying. Like, with a group of peers with a jury. You've got to follow the law. Of course you do. And America to punch somebody in the face. You could call me horrible names. You could call Darby, my doggie, you called cold brews. Horrible names. I'm not allowed to punch you. And I like that law. Well, of course, but I can also argue that I was provoked to, you know? You provoked me to punch you. And I hope that you got convicted, Garrett, I really do hear, I hate physical violence as well. I hear you when I was like people slapping each other and I was at a really rough school and it's quite scary and to be watching this particularly a place that claims they're for love and harmony and peace and we've all got to support each other and everybody has rights and then for them to have this happen and everybody pretended to get that part. Everybody pretended that nothing happened apart from Amy Schumer. Everybody just carry on. Did he try to sort of say something but failed a little bit there, but not let's not blame him. It's the night wasn't about him. Do you think you know did he very well from working with him? Do you actually think after the Oscars he sought out will end it Chris Rock at a party or did he knew he could get a photograph out of it which he could have? Did he would have loved nothing more than sitting at the Vanity Fair party with Chris on one side will on the other like he was brokering peace in the Middle East like did he know to press opportunity but knowing diddy I would say he would be nervous. Like that's a huge audience millions and millions of people watching yeah I don't think he would like that to really uncomfortable position what he could do and then you gotta read the room a little bit so you know the room is split early reports today are a lot of celebrities really supported will and so afterwards he won. So what do you do then do you give him a stand in ovation will is part of Hollywood he is loved in Hollywood. Do we stand up and give a man a standing ovation that is just punched somebody slapped somebody else or do we sit down? Do we leave what you're leaving it though? It's like he just attacked him. Chris Rock we say it all the time like he could sit there and take it but it would like you know where the joke was coming from. It was going directly at someone and then to say that there's this fine line of like as a comedian. I'm allowed to say whatever. No, just like in anything in real life you could say whatever, but you also have to stand up for your actions. So he offended the man's wife. You know, I get it. I understand it. I like that we're on different sides next. I think a lot of people are. Some people are really standing up for will today. Tiffany Haddish has put out a statement saying he was defending his wife. It's the most beautiful thing she's ever seen. And a lot of people that were very uncomfortable and not really making statements, they're just sort of disappearing. They don't want to talk about it. I had reporters at the party afterwards will turned up at Vanity Fair, and he was spotted dancing and joking Jada was there. Oh, after the incident, they held hands Garrett for the rest of the night I had reporters watch them so they were holding hands will skipped the press room. So after you win, you normally exit stage left or stage right. And you go straight into the press room, will did not do that. So after he got his Oscar, he then went back into the audience and sat there holding his Oscar in one hand and Jada's hand in the other you know the red table talk is open for business today. It's going to be the biggest episode ever and they will talk about this again his books probably going to spike. I'm not saying he did this for either celebrities love publicity, but they can also be real people and I think this is a real in the moment reaction. So it will be interesting though, so this weekend in Atlantic City, New Jersey, Chris Rock is taking the stage. For so I guess his first show, it's a warmup show because he's going out on tour with Kevin Hart. And it'll be interesting to say, see and.
"oscar" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
"It was Ted Cruz who asked that question. That was Ted Cruz, but you don't need to have the person you can just have the news event. So we're tied one for Aisha for more. One for bob for two. Okay, this is the tie breaker. Here's the final quote. How dare you sell a square fish, asking us to trust it. A half slice of cheese Mickey D's on a budget. Arby's crispy fish is simply it. With lines around the corner, we might need a guest list. I can not wrap. But I was supposed to be a wrap. That was stunning. I was very impressed with that. That's some of the best wrapping I've heard. That's so humiliating. Wait, was that the whole clue? Okay. Well, I saw something. Well, it sounds like it has to have been an Arby's. Well, I saw something about Pusha T and McDonald's is that it. Ding ding ding. You got it. I literally just saw this so excited. I'm so excited you knew that. That was Pusha T dis rapping. He wrote a diss track against McDonald's on behalf of Arby's. And so it's a diss track about the Filet-O-Fish. I'm the reason the whole world love it. Now I gotta crush it for lay your fishes. Then you should be disgusted. How dare you sell a square fish asking us to trust it. A half slice of cheese, but you need some because they didn't pay him or something for something. Well, yes, yes, there's kind of backstory. Wow, you know a lot of context about this story. I literally just saw I saw a Twitter headline and it gave me all that information. Okay. Okay, so Pusha T, along with his brother, wrote the I'm loving it jingle. For McDonald's in 2003. I had no idea. But the two were only paid $1 million, which Pusha deems is too low. For how ubiquitous a theme it became. Fun fact, so now he's pissed and has decided to write a track about the Filet-O-Fish. But why is he going to take it out on the Filet-O-Fish? Take it out on the quarter pounder. Like, why the Filet-O-Fish? That's a solid sandwich. I don't have a problem. Square. I'm delighted to say I haven't been in either of those establishments in well over two years. I just go for the fries these days. I try to stay away from the beat at McDonald's, but ayesha with that knowledge you won who said that. Yay. Two to one. Congratulations. And I continue my streak. All right, thanks for playing ayesha Harris co host of NPR's pop culture. Happy hour, and NPR's longtime arts critic bob montello, a who said that perennial loser. That was fun. Thank you so much for having me. Hi, I'm ELISA's daughter, Ava. Now it's time to end the show like we always do. Every week, listen to share the best thing that happened to them all week. We encourage folks to brag, and they do. Let's hear them. This is Xena in Seattle. This week after many failed attempts, I did my first pivot turn on my roller skates. And since then, I have not been able to repeat that, but I'm sure that with a lot more practice, I am going to get it. The best part of my week was meeting with my family who I haven't seen in a long time, to have a very belated Thanksgiving slash Christmas slash missed birthdays. Specifically, I got to see my grandma who I've missed a great deal. We write physical letters back and forth to each other weekly, but it was really great to see her and talk to her in person and give her a big old hug. This is Greg from New Jersey. The best thing that happened to me this week is I got my first ever raise. I've been with the company for just under a year, so it wasn't something I was expecting, but it was very happy about it. It's Therese from St. Paul, Minnesota, and the best thing that happened to me all week was receiving a package of two vinyls, one of sister act and the other sister act two back in the habit. It's been.
"oscar" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
"Doctors and lawyers, plus a couple tennis stars in this house. Now, I understand you got to do your job even if some crazy name, but do call talking foolishness. And I don't even mind you saying we hold on these kids. You know why? 'cause we are. But he has been nominated twice before this for Ali in 2000, the 2001 movie, and also for a pursuit of happiness. So I feel like this has a very, it's time kind of moment. And on top of this, he's been kind of going off of this reintroduction tour where he released a memoir last fall. You have The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air coming back, being rebooted as Bel Air, and so he's reminding everyone of why we fell in love with him in the first place. And I think the iron is hot. This is where he is going to finally get that award. It's like perfect timing. Okay, last question. How are you all going to watch the Oscars? You're set up. Well, you know, I've got a pretty sweet setup. I have my, I think it's a 55 inch TV. It's like a Sonos speaker system. And then I've got my lazy boy love seat that has a recliner. It's great. Arts critic. It's a red leather. It's not like one of those you think of and from the 90s, like the it's a nice left seat. I just sit on a sofa in our TV room. And the nice thing is that I can sit down with a bourbon and enjoy the awards, which make them go down much ever so much easier. All right, a big thank you to my guests, ayesha Harris, one of the hosts of NPR's pop culture happy hour, and NPR arts critic, bob montello. Thanks, y'all. Thank you. Great fun. Will you both stick around and play who said that? Oh yeah. Yeah, I'm gonna try and show you so excited. All right, you're listening to it's been a minute from NPR. Uh oh, wait, hold on, let's pause. I'm sorry. I'm so sorry. This is. Bob mandelo. It is my fault. I know, but there's no way for me to turn it off. It's like. He has a landline. I have a landline. Russian forces have officially invaded Ukraine, and now the U.S. is issuing new sanctions on the Kremlin. Putin chose this war. And now he and his country will bear the consequences. The NPR politics podcast breaks down what all this means. Get the latest from the NPR politics podcast every weekday. You're listening to it's been a minute from NPR. I'm Elise Hugh, here with my two panelists. Why don't y'all introduce yourselves? I'm Aisha Harris, a co host of NPR's pop culture happy hour. And I'm bob mandelo. I'm the movie critic for all things considered. That's who they are and now we're going to play a game called who said that? Who said that? All right, the rules are simple. I share a quote and you guess who said it or what it's about. So you don't actually have to name the speaker if you don't know the speaker, but if you know the event or the news, yes, news headlines. As usual it's terrible at this. Oh my God. You've gotten at least one point in the past. I did some time deep in the past. All right, there are no buzzers. You just yell out the answer. I will give you hints along the way if necessary. And as far as a prize, nothing. You win nothing. No one ever wins anything except for bragging rights. Okay, y'all ready? Yes. Okay, this is a fill in the blank. So once you know it, you can just fill in the blank. I will say blink. The first quote, 6 years ago, when I was ready to retire, the NBCUniversal family asked me to continue the show. I'm so proud of my relationship with NBCUniversal and all those who worked on. Blank. Ellen. Maury? There it is. More. Oh, yes. That's good. So she says, I'm so proud of my relationship with NBCUniversal and all those who worked on blank, which was the Maury Povich show. But as I occasionally tell my guests on mowry, enough already. Yes, he does. He does. He's in his 80s. I can't believe he was still hosting this show. Yeah, he announced this week that he's finally ending his show at the end of the season after 30 years on air. I won't swear to this, but I think he was a, he was a local guy in Washington, D.C.. He was a local news. I don't know which market he was in, but he was in local news. I think it was here. I remember seeing him a zillion years ago. I used to watch Maury all the time when I was in middle school and high school. It was so ridiculous. Was it always like who the parent, who was the father, or were there other topics? Yeah, there was that, there's also the out of control teens, they're also, you know, they would go to boot camp. It was ridiculous, but I'd say three out of four episodes every week were about who's the debt. Of course. Guess what? That's just figuring this out right now. We're going to find out. You're sure he's the bomb. When it comes to four month old Daniel, Andrew, you are not behind. Goodbye, mori. Fairly well. All right. The second quote, you ready, bob? Terrified, yes. All right, the second quote. This is a book that is taught at Georgetown day school to students in pre-K through second grade. Do you agree with this book that's being taught with kids that babies are racist? It's the booty book. Or wait, no, am I mixing it up? Wait, I'm thinking of it. There was a teacher who I know what you're talking about though. Yes. In Mississippi. So. It happened this week. It happened this week and it stirred up some controversy. This could be any book. Okay, it happened in Washington, D.C.. I was going to say it sounds like is it the 1619? No, it was this one of the questions that was asked to the Supreme Court Justice during the ding ding ding ding. Look at that. You got it. That was senator Ted Cruz, R Texas. This week at judge kotoni Brown Jackson's hearing, asking one of his many, many questions. That I find really quite remarkable. One portion of the book says babies are taught to be racist or antiracist. There is no neutrality. He was asking about the book. Antiracist baby. I have not even heard of this book. News to me. I mean, it's been a relentless, I think for all of these nominees. It's a relentless three or four days of questioning. But some of the lines of questioning against judge Jackson have just been like, wait, what are you, are you suggesting that maybe she supports child porn on Lindsey Graham? Yeah. All of this questioning. The little that I've been paying attention to is just sickening. But unsurprising to be honest. But that was the point to bob mandelo, right? Yeah. So we're tied. Oh my gosh. It was. Although, I couldn't tell you who.
"oscar" Discussed on Cinemavino
"A lot of Oscar films are like a one and done. You see them one time, and then you're like, like a director that does everybody should watch this film. And then you forget about it. Oh, I mean, it's like, okay, Star Wars, which was maybe one of the most innovative movies and set the bar for the first time. Was nominated for best picture. It was known for a ton of, and it won some special. They created some new categories for it. Didn't they disqualify it for some things because they're like, oh, you can't have computer generated imagery. I mean, and then they gave us a special awards on that account. But it actually lost a Woody Allen's Annie hall. Okay, so we're going to talk about the prisma rose really quick from Chile. It's a little bit different than the previous one we had in Spain. It's going to be a little fuller bodied, a little heavier. Which I enjoyed. Darker too. It's darker, it's richer, it's a little bit like, I think fruitier. It's prism. And gotcha. The label. Yeah. And again, it's probably ten, maybe $12. Yeah. I liked the prisma better than the Spanish. Yeah. I mean, I think I do too because it's like it has a little more of that kind of oomph if you're looking for it. It's like it has a little more body. So if you're looking for something to drink during the Oscar podcast, which can go on for hours. It has this might not ever end. Yes. Yeah. I mean, because it's like the Johnny Carson joke back in the day was the Oscars are thrilling to our experience spread out over four and a half hours. Yeah. And I wish you guys could hear our outtakes. I don't wish you would hear that. It's not good. We are getting pretty boozy. We've had too much wine. Yes. The prisma is going to be a good full body drinking rose that still doesn't sit heavy. So you can drink quite a bit of it. First, why did you laugh? Because now you're making me laugh, man. I love you. Just acknowledge the chocolate and move on. So the prisma is Chilean? It's true. From the Casa maca valley of Chile. And again, pretty affordable, pretty easy drinking. I know they do all the white valley, the costume walker. Okay. And Casablanca is also a city in Morocco. Morocco. Yes. Which is also a movie, which won best picture in 1942. So there you go. Good tired. Yeah. Nice. Cost Blanca valley in Chile. Yeah, because at one point Costa Lanka, Morocco was a Spanish protectorate. But until it was absorbed by the French before World War II. Much like most of the South America, it was a Spanish protectorate. Exactly. We did like a whole continent. I just let it go. Today he's doing the Groundhog Day where it's like, oh, you speak French. So I'm going to go over because I've seen almost all the best picture nominees. And so I can give you kind of a heads up over all of them. Of these. I mean, Belfast is a really good movie. All right. What's it about? And it is basically his autobiographical look at him growing up in Belfast during the late 60s during the IRA during the troubles during the bombings. And what it was like to be a kid living in a major city that's kind of underneath the Civil War..
"oscar" Discussed on Cinemavino
"Oscar. So we've got ten nominees for best picture and full disclosure. I have not seen licorice pizza. I was going to see that we had a blizzard come through Tulsa. Big blizzard thing, big blizzard thing and closed down the theater. The only theater in town where it was playing last week, so I'm going to have to see it next week. It's going to open up again. You've seen everything else. I've seen everything else. So full clarity, you've seen 9 of the ten. I've seen 5 of the ten. I've seen two of the ten. I'm three, three at the top. What was your third? Dune, don't look up and nightmare alley. Ah, I've just seen dune and don't look up. And so I can fill you guys in on everything except flickers pizza, and then we can use these guys to help fill in their opinions online. I guess I was three and a quarter. I tried to see power of the dog and that made me sad and I could not continue to film. I saw the first 5 minutes of drive my car. On purpose? No, yeah, I started it and then I was like, how long is it? Yeah, I also started the movie. It did not realize it was in Japanese and I was like, oh, I have to pay attention to this. And then I set my phone down and sunk in for three hours in Japanese. Yes. We do appreciate getting to the fact that no, I saw coda, I saw don't look up, drive my car dune and power the dog. Yeah, a good number. I've seen 5. 5 of the ten. You've seen as many as the Travis and Taylor combined. Oh, hello. Yes. All right, like it's a competition. Okay, so we're going to go with the nominees.
"oscar" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles
"I was coming out of high school i made also females. Missa basketball has from kentucky. Kelly cobra in before we played them. He totally gets fifty points against me. So all the guys around the parts get teasing that. Either way you out and who is this guy so again in the game without step aside the ball. That's you gotta play now. I'll add top domain. He got four points. Shutdown lockup season you know sometimes you get a guys get gombeen greatest defensive player in those days. Young me there. Everybody playing defense in haskell get away get away. don't think win. The craving hits thighs stop delivers chicken thighs. Because nothing's better than now fis in eleven meltwater in seoul. Satisfying flavors go lemon pepper thighs or spicy korean. Hubei's whatever you choose you'll be satisfied goldeneye. Stop dot com now and get chicken thighs delivered right to your door. Thi- staff with flavored gets is. You've been a both of milwaukee's championships. You've participated in one. Just anyone this year. Tell us about the to be apart to see the city when you want it. How our was to see dow up out of the city. Was you know janas no winning this year i was house. That is experience We wanted to several. When i didn't quite realize what admit to having small marketing when a championship man you know. It seemed like the boston. They'll got into the finals. Seven after being and this year janas on a block out show. The coach was block. The whole team was on her. And i said before the game us wave thing. Go down and get inside every time he does he they gonna win but they had so many people inside the rainer and bobby safety outside. I also great. It's called the deer district. Did district was was amazing in. That place was a house to see that like bank back to you. See what it's amazing rain. And they got that crazy setup outside saw fans like how was that for you to see that is wonderful. Wonderful for the fans get involved with something like that and that's one of at marketing one again in been versus la. I'm not oppose a it..
"oscar" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles
"A lot of people they they can't play it gave us a father rides and the man came to gain dummy was coming after the game was over. I really appreciate that. He were three different. It was difficult times right. When did you learn how to be succeeds. Tj one the best point guards that strategic route to control the game to know how to manipulate a gang control again and know how to get other castes. Involved know how to get down there and get to do the dirty work and get the rebounds and just go to points aware. Who taught you how to be strategic in a game like a game within the game. I coach an oscar retro. They will nakimora gus flights than lacking so they got a ruled. It out as built. Bob have back just like marketing that live in practice all this thing and down floors behind backward passing timeout. You ever do that again. The narrow play for me Then jump shots continued way out credit issue. Fifteen foot shots and those kinda shots than when i became a senior has banned that alphabet. You know 'cause i don't like this. You know no shot as bad as it goes in right and is gonna say rush up going to even say this. But he talks. We have to change the set-up players and just played. I was never ball hog movable round everybody for some strange when i got into a big tireless name. He just.
"oscar" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"All of that sort of stuff because they really toasting each other with their oscars but but it also does have that air of like we did it. We fixed four year old problem. And then the fact that like halle berry is the one and only yes colored every win and i was like tallying it up and it looks to me like depending on how you count people from spain either only nine or eleven like women of color bend even nominates and i was just like it's it's tough to watch this seeming triumphant moment for progress and then know that like there's miles to go yet and to have whoopi goldberg. Make that joke about the mudslinging. Making everyone looked black for all the nominees look. Black and the audience roars with laughter. And you're just like is you do not get to laugh with like so now we can just a few. Yuck about this. it's like no no no. This is just the beginning of this conversation. It's not the end of it by any means my favorite way. That will be engaged in that. Is you know they did like. They did long parole before. Sidney poitier and the delong pre roll before robert redford one or acceptance of people talking about their importance and every single person. Talking about sidney poitier was black and not a black person was interviewed for. The robert redford thing. And she's She's like i say about bob. She'd leeway just try to every single black person. You didn't ask us about bob and i was like. I thought that was a good moment was it. I can't remember if it felt like going into it that halle berry denzel washington. We're both going to win. Was that assume tight races. Yes yeah well. And they had both lost the golden globes that year russell crowe and sissy space had both won the globes and there was definitely like movement obviously and the ways in which we sort of tracked this were mostly just like insiders you know in hollywood sort of you know sending reports and i would watch whatever you know e show about gossip columnists we're talking about the oscar race that year and did halley win. The sag was that what sort of started to turn that tide lake. Yes now. i'm not entirely sure but anyway. Yeah things were sort of moving in that direction and it definitely felt like there was a chance that one or both of them were going to win but it was. It was close. It was definitely close. Well in russell. Crowe to the unfortunate thing of the what happened when he went bafta and was cut off and he aggressed the producer of the show. Wait no chris. I told the whole circus. I did not remember this at all from the time. And it is bonkers russell. Crowe wins bafta. Bafta was at some point in february before oscar final oscar voting was happening and he his speech was cut off while he was reading a power he finds the producer and says how dare you cut off the best actors. Poem reportedly pushed him against the wall. And the only thing. Russell crowe recanted afterwards was that somebody reported he apologized. And i guess the only back definitely helpless chances particularly when it was ahead of final oscar voting and he threw the phone later right. Yes okay yeah. Yeah that was a separate. I don't. i don't remember if that was a separate season but That was something that happened. He was sitting in. That prime position wasn't he. He was like he had that cat and he seemed to be maybe making a show of was just like was decidedly very happy. And sort of when whoopi walk down the aisle in her moulin rouge outfit and he seems to be very sort of joyful and happy and it reminded me that like he got so much. Flack for being so grumpy. At the at the previous year's oscars so when not when halle berry. She says something to her that she seems to be very grateful to hear this. But it's really nice moment. And then like when julia roberts hangs off of denzel washington as exit the stage which. She really incredible. Yeah my coworker. At the time. I remember we went. I went into work the next day. And we were sort of you know postmortem oscars and she was so mad at julia roberts and she was just like that. Man has a wife if they've worked really good friends. I remember that still to this day. Just like he has a wife to the fewer actor. Moment of julia roberts. She can't help herself from making it a little bit about her by love. My life violin comes on stage. She'd this is the composer she's like. I'm clad tom conti's not here. Like stick man still a year later. I also like the randy. Newman won his oscar after sixteen nominations and that was a great moment to where the whole audience sort of stands and applauds. And he's so happy for randy newman. But it wasn't john williams who was conducting the orchestra and he sort of looks and he sees when the little prompt or says he's got four seconds. he's like i don't really have four seconds. You like you're not gonna play me off after sixteen. Nominations are you and he also mentioned that. All these people in the who. I've worked with before So basically just be like oh. Please don't play me off. I thought that was a very good moment. I had a because i've forgotten. I didn't really look up. Who won while. I was watching so that it could be occasionally surprised and i had forgotten that radioman one for that a very forgettable song and i'm not mad. That raining newman ilias two oscars now. But i'm not mad that he has an oscar. I'm just mad for that song. And then it beat that song which is like so good i let the fellowship of the ring credits roll every single time here and you that song we stand here this time watching them knowing that randy newman would eventually win another oscar. I was like this. Could have been diane's given this today and we're in for that fail song better. Be as nice a diane warren. When she finally wins they were to randy could be so exhausted. By the time it happens and the sliding scale of how like how bad the sons are getting sort of as we go along. Just like where. Where's the quality level. Could it be that find the time she actually does win. Whereas at least very you'll be is not is no because you loved me and it's no nothing's going to now buy it. It's certainly better than you know the hunting grounds song. Listen pearl harbor. Got that sound editing oscar. They fill the tank on their love for appropriate pitch perfect a loving tribute to sitcom history. Welcome to wanda division. 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"oscar" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"Katie rich. i'm here it's your inner robinson. Katie with rigid lawson and joining us are two special guests because it is time once again to look into oscars of the past. And who better to do that. Then our friends. The co host of this had oscar buzz. Podcast joe read and chris file. Hi guys more than ever. I feel a little greedy for going ahead and doing this because we did. We did the two thousand. Oscar flashback last Fall the week of the election to spare ourselves for having a podcast. We'll get the election a great decision. All around widely regarded as an excellent choice by us. We're going ahead and doing this now. the timing is intentional. We have this issue. Vanity fair out now with sean combs on the cover looking back at the period between roughly nineteen ninety nine in two thousand one the turn-of-the-century and kind of state of the world then and how it influences now And so we're talking about the two thousand one oscar race which was the You know mid and mostly post nine eleven oscars which will certainly talk about Is the beautiful mind. Year is the halle berry year We're all enough to remember this as it played out in real time. There's really a lot to talk about. But joe chris i wanted to kick to you guys i because you guys have discussed Numerous two thousand one movies on your show but not any of the movies. We'll be talking about because in shows you talk about the ones that didn't make it but just kind of broadly. Can you set the stage for what this year was. From the way you guys have talked about on this at oscar buzz. What what were the stakes of the two thousand one oscars. It definitely was overshadowed by As most things were The events of nine eleven There was a lot of early talk on. What are the oscars. Even four is inappropriate And i think that does play out in kind of the spectacle of the movies that You saw nominated whereas like moulin. Rouge is the movie that made it through the summer because it is kind of the big splashy production lord of the rings made it through in this really big way. That you could split hairs and call like beauty and the beast of fantasy film but a fantasy film like lord of the rings had never really made it through. And i think a lot of that has to do with how Audiences could kind of allegorically see that story in light of world events after nine eleven so it kind of gave it this level of gravitas. But it's also as you mentioned the year of a beautiful mind which is kind of this oscar comeback narrative years in the making after. Ron howard is snubbed. After not getting the best director nomination for apollo thirteen which was the front runner at the time and kind of the emergence of dreamworks as a big studio player as well. And then you have the sundance movie in in the bedroom. Making it through which ends up being Miramax's biggest player of the year. Because it's their won best picture. Nomination that to me is one of the most interesting storylines of the two thousand one oscar race. Which is that miramax. Which is sort of an miramax. This was the year that they went from being sort of notorious to like straight up infamous with the campaign tactics against a beautiful mind and like the entire sort of industry felt very aware of it. Whoopi goldberg references. It immediately in her monologue. It's like the first very first thing she mentioned. But the mere max sort of dreamworks wars of like shakespeare in love versus saving private ryan year and then gladiator and and american beauty and so miramax feels like it's like very very aggressive and yet all of its big oscar hopes completely tank. There's we've covered. Captain corelli's mandolin on our podcast before which was like a miramax universal co production which lake. I really do feel like quietly sets the stage for a lot of this. Because like a lot of this lake. Harvey weinstein stacey snider animosity. Has its roots in a lot of that in their sort of haggling over john madden of people that was in two thousand one that was ends up getting released in the summer of two thousand one but they had planned on that for two thousand release pre existing oscar failure before this season even again right and so going into to two thousand one. The expected miramax players. Were going to be well first of all gangs of new york which was supposed to open in december of two thousand one and for several reasons. One of which being scorsese wasn't done with the movie. It got pushed back to the next year so now miramax's looking around in. It's got what it's got the shipping news you know it's lost hallstrom's next movie aftershock. A lot they managed to make such a get such success chocolate. And it's spacey in dench julianne moore and kate blanchett and then that ends up being a big old turn. We've covered movie as does that. Cover that movie fairly recently. And then so what. They're basically left with their sundance acquisition. In the bedroom and in the bedroom it turns out to be a really odd fit for this aggressive off-putting harvey weinstein heavy-handed miramax campaigning. Because it's like quiet sort of effective really really very good movie that that nonetheless becomes sort of the center of this maelstrom because harvey weinstein needs to be a major oscar player in this season and the other big player obviously the eventual best picture winner is a beautiful mind and so it becomes this sort of rivalry that ultimately feels very imbalanced because in the bedroom was never going to win. Best picture anyway. The biggest rival to a beautiful mind is the lord of the rings which is off their new line. Sort of like audits own little island so to speak australia or new zealand so it's really really fascinating campaign story. That is running parallel to this..
"oscar" Discussed on Hotboxin' with Mike Tyson
"I turned into like i turned into like like like a substance. I i got out my body. I turned into a substance and i started floating like in the galaxy. The the to you know. I was in all of a sudden i dive into the ocean. Okay i dive into the ocean. And i'm just like i'm water. I'm i don't know what i am. I dived on. It's beautiful. it's like fuck and finding nemo with beautiful colorful everything. And i keep going keep going down and all of a sudden i stopped and i'm looking but it's like i'm water. I'm part of the water you know and then behind like the seaweed there's a there's a thing presence okay and all all i feel is that that's my mother. You know i feel that's my mother and then the thing starts bowing down to me and right there and then i felt that she forgave me you know. And how long ago was this oscar. That was a year ago. And then i shoot right back up and then and now i'm feeling bad. She forgave me. She forgave me and then the shaman like she speaks a few words and says. Now let's go to little oscar and all of a sudden. I see i see myself as the seven year old right in front of me. You know and then she tells me feel them closer and he's getting closer feeling closer he's getting closer and all of a sudden i have. I opened my eyes. Because i got scared. I got scared. I i haven't been able to face that little oscar oscar. You talk to me and then you eight now but right now. I think you're crazy. The mother you know. I hear you man. We've been on that ride. So we'd no real deal but not just people looking at the deep. It's deep no oscar. you talk about. Do you feel like you need forgiveness. Your you think your mom would be you know what i'm saying like elaborate touch on that oscar if you think there's a lot of I think there's a lot in us our lot in me that that i have to release and work on and let go and because there's a lot of pain you know there's a lot of puck and pain you know. Put it on so you know. I'm mad that i couldn't by my mother. Nice stuff Dan she never had a nice. You know it's you know it's crazy. My mom passed away before. I can buy nice stuff the feeling yeah support for this podcast comes from invent together. According to studies less than thirteen percent of all inventors who holding us patent are women black and hispanic college graduates patent at half the rate of their white counterparts but we can fix that by increasing participation in innovation and patenting by underrepresented groups. It would quadruple..
"oscar" Discussed on The Nix
"I got it. But i just. I don't think it's i think it's purely spielberg issue. I do not understand has to just be his ego. anyone would say sure. Let's spielberg tastes. Take westside story stupid. It's ridiculous i am not about it very strange. Also my octopus teacher superman i. That movie was fine. I enjoyed it all of those other movies. I just i really loved crip camp. That was when i was rooting for everything that collective was supposed to be amazing Time was supposed to be amazing. These movies are actually tackling real things and yet maisy with us on that. I know i just even. Layla seen none of them. Didn't know anything about my octopus teacher. And they just kind of looked at me and we're looking to me like you are my pop culture oscars guru explained to me. What just happened. And i was like what just happened is fucking nonsense. Get the like south. African like director producer. People who are like we don't really like why did we win but also like maybe we have ancestors that are like nazis. Sorry i shouldn't make us is like we're gonna take our oscar and go. It was super weird. Tyler perry getting a crazy big humanitarian award. This is a tricky one. I i i get that. He's done a lot of great stuff especially for like black filmmakers and the atlanta sort of black sort of film community. he's optics and his intent are great. I did not like his kind of middle of the road..
"oscar" Discussed on Cineflek
"Yeah so clever documentary feature where we go. Look i. i think it's a weird oscar win like there's other other movies that it was the only documentary film i saw so i can't speak and you i know you will i. I will just say like in defense of my octopus teacher. I don't know that it's like academy worthy. But i watched it and it made me smile and i learn a lot about octopuses and it made me excited about the wonders of danger and that It made me smile. So that's that's what. I will say about that movie totally and i think to a certain extent. That's that's its extent it. That's like it's intentional purpose. That way like it's succeeding because it's doing what it sets out to do and that's awesome and like there's validity in watching stuff like that Like of planet earth are like the ocean. I don't know what the ocean was called. But there's so many shows thank you. There's so many shows that like highlight on the documentaries and like it's not something we ever get tired you know. It's something that you never really get tired of seeing. It's great to be reminded of like how like unreal and lake. Incredible like the world is for sure. You live in like a city and you're not around nature that much like it's real though given that I think i think it also just follows the trend that the academy loves movies that subtly or partly allude to wanting to sleep with fish of some kind Are you don for water fan. I liked ship water. But i don't think it was phenomenal. I think the like weird fanfare around it was the little extreme I just. I don't know i i don't know so i don't know i think the hard thing is is. I think it's really really easy to save the other nominees for best acumen feature like are more like crucial but in a way like i almost wanna push back against that because like if anything octopus teacher like makes you appreciate nature and i think with the current state of the world in terms of climate change and ecological like issues like we need that reminder. We need that reminder all the time so i think it's not fair to just say outright that like it's not as important will now but i think i think you make a fair point which is that it's about a q. Octopus in there's like there's like other more serious subjects. I mean i'm always. I'm always one that like you know. I think that like good comedy should get like rewarded more at the oscars. In like there's an. There's there's an emphasis on like let's dude issues and i mean but i i can. I can understand that. Like i mean dick. Johnson is dead is probably better. Made documentary Scott snubbed from getting nominated The documentary category at the oscars has been weird for. Why like the mister rogers doc. Like somehow was like winning. A bunch didn't get nominate. It's just like ask it's a weird. It's always been a weird category at the oscars but It's really weird. This is probably the Like looking back. This is probably going to be the weirdest winner the night like five years from now But i think it's a cute execute movie that somehow won an oscar in like good for those like south african people that just swam with octopuses and then won an oscar for it. Like that's sounds really.
"oscar" Discussed on Cineflek
"Young. I also would say like of any Presenter of the night like he being there almost the most random in a way. I don't know i was like not expecting to see him at all. And then when he was on screen like with a fuck like what is he doing here. Yeah i i like him. he's a good guy. I yeah he's It was was. It was an odd odd appearance for sure. I'm then have best director randomly in the middle of the show interest like yeah briefly touch on time show order at the end we just get into it now. I mean you might as well touch on it now. Like best director in the middle of the show. And then the weirdest and we're all in this cia and people are just like best pictures happening now because i'm on delay because i'm like i'm streaming on. Abc app which is always like delayed by a minute. So i hate much live tv or anything. Relevant after just like mute. Social media. Right before i know awards are going to be announced and Like literally i was like why would they put just best director upfront. As especially i will just say especially in a year where you know that one category is probably not going to have a speech in it like best actor especially in your is. You're expecting it to bozeman gary oldman. I'm sorry i'm anthony. Hopkins is a possible upset and of them are going to be present. So don't you end on oscar to the kademi accepts on their behalf. That's just not. It felt weird and it may like it made me weirdly anxious like second. I thought like i was missing like something glitch. Missing a huge part of the show. I was matrix. Yes exactly as this feels wrong like and obviously like they noted that at one point they were like. We're doing things really different. This year blow. It's like yeah okay like that's fine but like there. There's certain things that make sense in. Don't need to get changed. I feel like the order of blake. Saving those really big awards till like near the end makes sense at work really well. So it's like. I will say i did like the service spreading out like i did like the director in the middle. I will say a delay. Because there's a lull in the show at the like our to our mark where you just sit through all the below the line stuff and it can get really bogged down in the documentary short. The animated short the megabit hairstyling the sound in your like best directors in there and sort of something to hold onto that being said yes. It's it was weird. It's just. I feel like overall like i really wanted to like the show like i was like steven. Soderbergh's gonna fucking figure it out because he's like i don't know that man can do no wrong in my opinion..
"oscar" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew
"But i think you know when you're producing a show like that. The the the reward was worth the risk. Because if that moment had played out i think it would have been very satisfying emotional conclusion. But it didn't work out that way. And i think there's no way to control that unless you're not going to have the unknown nature of who's winning and i think that's a very or has been at least a very important part of these award shows that you have to preserve so if you're going to preserve that we don't the producers don't know who won before it's announced on stage then you can't criticize moments like that for not playing out the way they hoped or the way you would have liked. That's just part of something you have to watch. So i thought a lot of people you know people have said it's joyless that it was private that it was intimate. It wasn't something they were looking for. And i would say if they were looking for that. I think it's misplaced to look for that. In the oscar telecast going forward. I think that there were plenty of amazing moments People will be talking about you know. I actually liked all of the speeches so much more than i have liked in years past. I just thought. I got more out of them and people were funnier. Harrison ford was great The woman who won for monari was amazing. That was that was probably the best speech tonight..
"oscar" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew
"Hello everybody welcome to our post oscars recap special well Judging from the reaction on social media. For what. That's worth i would say. Last night's oscar telecast was one of the more polarizing ones in recent memory usually the morning after. We're all just piling on about how terrible the show was and how embarrassing it was and how full of itself it was. But i thought last night was a really really interesting. Oscar telecast worthy enough to just jump on here quickly. Try to capture some of the feedback that i've gotten from people who feel very strongly pro and very strongly. Khan tell you a little bit about my own thoughts. On the telecast and see where we end up. Because i think it's fair to say that for a number of years it's felt like the telecast has just been ebbing away from itself becoming less and less relevant as our media universe expands and our access to things expands so within and without the industry quote unquote how to fix the oscar. Telecast has been a topic of conversation for years. People love to sort of debate. What's wrong with it. What could be fixed. What can't be fixed. Why is it the way it is. What's the right calibration for the show. Going forward so start with just a little bit of kind of backpedal into sort of what the problem quote unquote has been over the last number of years i think the telecasts remember fondly probably stretch back. I would say more than ten years ago. I think that telecasts hosted. I know david letterman or Billy crystal or oprah you know when the telecast used to be turned over to a host and a host personality for better and for worse. The telecast assumes that hosts. Pov you can't get away from it. This is the same issue that every show has when deciding to or to not have host so in those years the shows were noteworthy because the host said or did funnier outrageous things or didn't say or do outrageous things what we often responded to were not so much the moments of the show but what the host did. What vibe was. What they're stick was..
"oscar" Discussed on Reel Chronicles
"See how the how the ceremonies gonna look because soderbergh keeps talking a game about how it's gonna look so different compared to other oscar ceremony so i'm looking forward to that. Well keep a tally of what we predicted and see who does the best amongst the three of us. I'm not optimistic. Between the three of us. We probably should get about twenty two or twenty three risers one or two surprises. Yeah i agree. I think last year was the closest thing. I've ever gotten too perfect. I got fucked on to the two. That i got fucked director and picture. Oh my god it. Last year. I had the only that didn't know that i have this exact same valid than you. I was like this is going to be my twenty four twenty four year. I had all the show everything i predicted. As the sound of splits. I mean that was kind of a lot. Occupa- couldn't decide. So i slipped them and when it was after that i was like. Oh my god. I'm going to get twenty four. This is going to be my twenty four year. That's exactly what harris site came out of the number very happy one. But i was like damn is. Yeah i agree. I agree hundred percent. I was like after the sound split. I had the same feeling. i'm like. Oh my god. I think i'm gonna do it. And then bond wins. And i'm like i i'm not going to be. Oh man all right guys thank you so much for joining us and then enjoy the oscars and then we'll be talking about the next season's oscar about two weeks. Yeah we will all right take care guys see at the move..