17 Burst results for "Patricia Field"

"patricia field" Discussed on Marni on the Move

Marni on the Move

07:08 min | 3 months ago

"patricia field" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"Lovers listening to this my mother getting now so like speaking of like non fashion related things swimming. So did you. I feel like there has to be some segue between the baths and swimming water. Well you know. I like to swim. The reason that i swim or i know how to swim. My mother used to say this story because we used to have a bungalow up in connecticut of a lake and she tells the story that she turned around. And i wasn't there anymore. And she ran into the water and she pulled me out and after that was gonna she swam so she taught me how to swim when i was little and i always knew how to swim and i like to swim because i know how and it's easy for me to swim because i've been swimming since i'm a kid. It's i kind of think of it as my that. That's the. I'm going to do any exercise. It's going to be swimming and then do you now. I mean you're so busy. Do you get to swim very often realized art. Because there's a pool not far from where i live and i started to go there on a regular basis but then i don't remember what it was. I got really busy. I got too involved and i. I didn't go and then day after day going. I'm still in that condition. But i want to get back to you back to the pool. You know. it's not like a fancy place but you know it's an olympic size pool that's two blocks from here and it's fine. Do you feel like. I mean like you club no most. I don't really think that the laces are yeah. Well jim is like the closest. I think to country club city but it's still not a country club because like polar plunge every time i go to swim pool to be really cold now warm. I prefer a wider like the shock of the cold. Now so i prefer to be you know not freezing. Do you feel like you have your always on the move flake running around like going to point going to meetings or being honest set so that kind of feels like in and of itself it is. That's why now. After i've sold my store i continued to be a stay active in the film and tv area. Because i really you know it's so important that you stay active a new stay inspired and motivated. Otherwise you kind of dry up. What am i gonna do. Sit here and do nothing. That would be impossible for me. Yeah so my art fashion. I continue to. Do you know costume work and tv. I have some possibilities of documentary and a book but it's not concrete yet right and you're moving away from concrete. Exactly how. It has to be. Whatever i do i have to believe in it right and so i have yet to find a project that makes complete sense to me like as far as a book or document that expresses who i am. The problem is like you know. Is that professional. Writers professional movie produces directs their professional. What they do but they don't own me right and you know they go off on something that they think is me and i'm like no that's not me. Forget goodbye. i feel like this has been going on for years. People have approached you because even when we were talking a while back. I don't want to be in that condition. But i'm not gonna do something i don't believe in. Its one not the way. I operate you should do a book. That is an amalgamation of everything. You love like not a book about you but like paul alexander to write the documentary. That's unique I'm sure you know what i you in touch with. He knows everything right. He was there. It's going to happen at some point. Yes i'm boy so you think you're gonna do your pop up next year again at our basil. I hope so yeah. Would you do more art like. Would you do something in new york too. Oh yeah we've done quite a bit. You know actually well. I have a gallery studio right here on lori. Side on broadway. That is brand new. That i i rented and renovated but the problem was the minute. The reservation was over which it was passed. The schedule then came In the summer we went to greece to make an awesome. We had an exhibition fashion. Show in this resort so then we came back and so we took everything out of the gallery before we moved in and we moved out. Then after that came a similar situation up in the catskills. Okay near hudson at this beautiful garage. That was renovated big huge. One friend of mine saunders. Who lives up there. Arranged it and participated and i had a lot of support from the local people. It's kind of like the alternative to the hamptons. Yes and then. We finished that one and we went down to miami basel right so long story short. I wanted to make a party to welcome everybody into the gallery. I could combine it with my birthday. Let's see six weeks away right february of how do you remember. Because i 'cause that's one thing i remember. I don't know i just remember. Everyone's birthdays and signs. Yeah you remembered. I know you're an aquarius. Yeah that's for sure. That's for sure this was awesome. I think like thank you so sultanas. In aries h. They were born at the end of a end of april. Ooh she could be torres torres end of april. She could be like april twenty fifth. Twenty six let me see us. Thanks again for tuning into marnie on the move head over to our website. Marnie on the move dot com and subscribe to our show on itunes stitcher google play android and more also sign up for our newsletter to scroll down to the bottom of the site to the bottom of the website and hit sign up because we are gearing up for some really big exciting announcements deals and giveaways. Thanks again for tuning in..

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"patricia field" Discussed on Marni on the Move

Marni on the Move

07:56 min | 3 months ago

"patricia field" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"Same but you know same author and then i was in your store which when you talk about breakfast at tiffany's i feel like i've been to a couple of party down the death lori s. I was telling someone the other day about your old department on eighth street. Because i was trying to explain like there's so much to talk about right i mean and for me. It's almost like i'm reminiscing. But at the same time. I mean for me. It's like a huge part of my like young adulthood living in new york city. Going to school here. Parsons and Also like being part of that scene. Like i used to go to mars and the red zone and the palladium and all those places and my parents had a store on fourteenth street right so for me. I like to now today anymore your city. Yeah that's how. I grew up near. So like going to your. I feel like i went to a party at your apartment and it really was like street out of a scene from breakfast at tiffany's how so in the sense that everybody it was. Just like dislike fashion suffolk room of artists and club kids and socialites. I mean maybe not specialized socialites of like the social club scene york city and everybody was drinking and smoking and partying. And like you know hanging out in. What was your bedroom at. The time to it was part of the party was like back and there was no like delineation of space. It was one big room. Yeah and then downstairs was your store. Do you have certain designers that you work with or you just work with when you're designing your apartments in your spaces. Do you have a lot to do with design. I participate quite a bit. I have a friend whose work i really respect. His name is benjamin noriega. Actually he helped me a great deal in designing the bowery space right meaning the details like how does this wall meet this. I mean you know but in addition to that skill and the fact that he could anything that you say he could draw it and then in addition to that with one of the things that i just love about. I always watch him drawing. Because it's amazing how he could just like right it. Put it all down in a diagram. But the other thing that i love about him is like he. His aesthetics are. He has a sense of humor. He has a lightness about him. That i appreciate right so you know. We have sort of become friends. Actually his boyfriend is we represent as boyfriend who is a sculptor and does this jewelry. Not like typical jewelry like denim and pearls and neck pieces really beautiful and so that is a long lasting relationship. Actually when i bought my place in rockaway i told them about it and they came and they liked it so they bought a place. That's now the next block over right. So you know our relationship continued and still continues. And so i feel like your apartments are somewhat of a combination of like a gallery with really cool. Art sculptures some fun eccentric pieces that could be from a showroom right. Actually there are a few of those show in pieces mainly those mirror panels. You've had that fendi. Oh no those are different. And i had them in the bowery love them and i took them with me here. They separated my bedroom from the living space and a by nailed it. because that's fendi and then re ribeira cavalli. They were moving their showroom. And that's what was happening. It was like. I know you love. Because i would go in there and how. I love those ottomans right there cobra. We're moving and we don't need them. You want them take him. so yes. There is definitely that touch of from showrooms but really special pieces speaking of very generous to me and said we don't need it anymore take it. It's beautiful one of the things. I love about all of your apartment and so that i think is a very central seems like it's a very central component. Is your bedroom and your bathroom and how all of them together like so. This leads me to my next topic. Which is how how much you love taking baths and this is something about you that i don't know if everybody knows this. You know what. I learned to take baths when i was in my early thirties. I think it was just take showers. When i was in my early thirties. I was asking back problems. I have no strength in my lower back. I couldn't so much pick up this microphone. Wow and i had a friend who is a doctor at the rusk institute die which is a physical medicine. Physical medicine is an area of medicine that people for example who are in an accident or have strokes. They rebuild you. It's not medical medicine. It's not chemical right. They examine you and they see where your problem is. And then they you strengthened through exercise that they designed for you it was really good and heart of it was take a hot bath because a hot bath. It relaxes your muscles and right improves your circulation as you know. And so all of those are remedies right. And so i did it. And they designed some exercises for me. That i did and after a few months the problem was gone. I was like and in the process. I learned to enjoy the bath and in the process. I learned to understand to put oil in the bath and bath salts. You know to make this. You know it was something i learned as i did and you know to this day every morning i take a hot bath otherwise i feel like then i'm ready to go right and At also another great thing about the bad if you put oils in the bath and salt the oil for your skin is the best thing so if you take a bath oil every day you know thirty years later you have good skin. That's a good beauty secret. He asks its beauty secret. But i learned it. I didn't when i did it. I didn't know about this. I did what they told me to right. But then you know after a while. I started to understand and appreciate it now. You now i arm. Yeah buddy my age. I'm seventy five. Yeah you agree. Skin very nice skin. Yeah that's the bath thought. It was greek so everybody get in that tub. That's good relax and if you like it in the evening. Pour yourself a glass of wine in the morning. I pour myself a cup of coffee. Enjoy the bath it. You will be very happy in your life because of it and.

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"patricia field" Discussed on Marni on the Move

Marni on the Move

07:55 min | 3 months ago

"patricia field" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"Said the art thing. The dog is drinking the dog. She loves call by the way. There's a dog standing on the death between patent. I right now which is a short top. Her name is sultana and she's legendary princess poodle and her sister sister. Donna who tana who is more the princess sultana as the adult in the room. Only her name means soul tenous the wife of the sultan who was the king of the ottoman empire. She drinks coffee. She drinks coffee. Nice american golfie tasks. You doesn't drink terms if you call picture because like way too much up. She's done command if she would drink turkish coffee then. I could turn the cup upside down and tell her fortune. Can you do that. I learned it from my grandmother. I'm sure your grandmother was turkish. Or you know where my family came from was an island right off the coast of turkey. Actually where all of the syrian refugees come by boat. It's the island of lesbos the island of sappho that island. A you know. It's so close to turkey. Even the greek that they speak it. Has these sort of turkish ending. Sounds and you know. It's the mix of cultures but it was greece. The ottoman empire fell apart. I feel like you in my history and my mental recollection. Definitely know how to do all kinds of things that have nothing to do with fashion from speeding up a one. Am one hundred miles an hour to get us to the airport. You still have your your car. You have now. You don't have the piece of at t bird but what has always been sort of like. You always had a thing with cars. Right yes i do. What's your thing my thing is. I have to love my car. I don't just buy a car for some kind of convenience or practicality. I love my car. And that's why i don't i keep my cars for a while because i love them. You know i. I am not going. I can't replace them. I loved them. So cardio they finally. I have a t. Bird two thousand two sports model that was made for five years between two thousand and two thousand five. It's kind of like a little bit of a retro design kind of a cross between the lincoln continental type of look not so much. The old t bird look more like the lincoln continental of. Moore's like i love my car sitting in the garage very happy and warm and this snow i was gonna say where do you keep it. I know you drive stare. Dr do you still drive everywhere. I i use my car a lot. I drive a like a lot of my work. My film work and tv workers in silver cup studios and city. I drive over the bridge over there. I drive it at night to. I no longer drive mid town. Because it's so congested. Zero take a subway. Yeah i don't even take a taxi because it's such traffic and congestion going on right now in new york city and then do you still have your car in florida to no no my car. I had a beautiful big convertible car and florida. An oldsmobile early seventies but it was just sitting there in the parking lot. Getting rusty and pieces were falling. Is it okay. Gotta get rid of it and now you were just in florida. I was basel. So what did you do at our fossil exhibited my art fashion i represent about. I don't know ten artists. Who are they well among them. Scooter love forge. Who is basically. He was one of the artists that was in my store at the time. He's definitely built his name. Basically with his number one artistic talent as originality and his attitude is very good. It's like he wants his work around. And that's what was happening in the store and his prices were very affordable for young people. Who wanted who thought this thing. This stuff was cool. Yeah and so you know. They were wearing t shirts and his shirts and his jackets and he was getting recognized so he is one of my primer artists. Also jody morlock. Who used to work in my store i. I don't know that you know her. But you decide show notes. I'll list them all in the show from my website or could this my website they take and she's also from florida she grew up in iowa came as like i dunno eighteen years ninety s and she came and she worked in my store that was and i don't know when played seventy s. She developed herself as a painter about at the same time. Her bread and butter is she does a beauty grooming for before jon stewart the the daily show and then it then jon stewart lived and this know what took over and she stayed so she you know her professional bread and butter live is that she's you know in beauty grooming and now she's got a new show on comedy central but i don't remember the name of the star of the show so here it is and whatever i don't know forty years later and i call her up and i go. I remember how average i. I said i'm going to do this. Art fashion thinks. She says i want to do it. I want you to be peggy guggenheim. Okay good. i'm glad you want me to do it. Let's do it so you know. It's a number of artists that have come to me through the past like suzanne pit. Whose raincoats i used to have in my store painted ring coats. I don't know if you remember. But there were these big sculptures that looked like it was whenever guys smoking but they were flat sculptures like on plywood and i kind of use them as room dividers big and one that was like an ode to len pika so i called her up so i called a few from the pass and then the new ones like scooter is. He's new and others and so this was your second year doing your pop up gallery at art basel basil. Because we went last year it was good and fortunately i found the right location And then i put my name on the wall because people know it here to promote the artists right so let me tell people walking around and there's a lot of.

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"patricia field" Discussed on Marni on the Move

Marni on the Move

08:25 min | 3 months ago

"patricia field" Discussed on Marni on the Move

"Have some exciting announcements deals and giveaways thanks again for tuning into marnie on the move. My first memory of you is when you had your store on east street and my father's retail store was up the street so we have that in common. Yes which when you have something in common with someone it's like you speak the same or similar language. Yes the communication nothing has to be established. It's already established. Before i started my career. I came from somewhere by cabbage. Patch was quite fertile. So i quite fortunate. I came from an entrepreneurial family going back to my grandfather and then the generation before me my uncles my mom everybody was they were here. They came from greece. Know different ages because there were ten of them aunts uncles. My mom and their father was an entrepreneur in greece and they learned from him and when they came here they had to make a living and they interpreted as a business right. Not i'm going to go get a job. So that's how. I grew up including my mother who was a woman really ahead of her time so when it was my time and i finished college and career time i studied liberal arts. I didn't see anything. I loved what i study because it was really interesting. Philosophy government. i mean it was. I liked my studies. I hadn't studied those things before. But it was something i really wanted to do with all of this information specifically attached to a career right and i was like what am i gonna do like around a little bit for few months but i had worked before during the summer. When i was going to college i got a job. I got my money took. The money went to europe summer in college. Where'd you to college and why you go so you know. I was ambitious. But i learned to be ambitious from an ambitious family right. That was normal for me right. I never saw myself like in a corporate situation in one of these jobs. So when i finished college i hung around for a few months or so and then i saw this classified ad for a department store a manager of a department and discount department store back in the day it would be the today's equivalent would be century. Twenty one as discounted place. It was what was it called called alexander's. It was like loehmann's actually. They were located in the bronx very near each other and then they grew and they had a store on fifty ninth street. I remember that near bloomingdales. Yeah i was. But i was long gone from them at that point but anyway i looked at the that i could do this as easy. I used to have a little shops outside my family's home in whitestone setup things and sell and whatever. I'm like this is easy for me. And i tell this is one thing if for nothing else career wise to people do what is easy for you. Do not do what is difficult because you're going to compete with others who it's easy for. I would never be able to compete with a concert violinist. I don't know how to play the violin right. That's such good advice. Yes what's easy for you. You'll be success but you have to know what easy to develop the consciousness of yourself which could take years. It depends on how much attention you give it your not just floating around here. You know what. I mean you have a life. You want to make that life rewarding and happy. That's your responsibility. Otherwise what do you have a job and you hate the job. And you know you're nine to five and that is your life that is not you. Don't put your hands and you know the control of others but you have to pay attention to yourself and part of it is also if you're not lucky enough to get it from your family develop confidence in yourself and cultivate that heart of your cells. Have the confidence that you know what you like what you're good at and you have the confidence ago. Do it go do it so when you were younger telling than me. Yeah so you light. Selling clothing like setting up the shops for me. Fashion was easy. That was point one because from a kiddo. It was always like you know it was easy. It wasn't like oh. I'm a fashion east or i wear ballerina dresser it was easy i had. I had my own taste my own salads. A kid that was number one. The second point is i grew up in family business. I used to help mom. She was in the dry cleaning business. She had five six stores in the summer. Her her staff they would go on vacation. I was thirteen. Fourteen years old. I would go open up the store. Take the close in right. Received the clothes bag clean. Get it organized. I used to check but inventory. I use even check on the people that were working for my mother to see that you know there wasn't any hanky-panky going on but anyway that was bouchier area. That was my normal. Yeah i knew business right. And i knew fashion so when i saw this ad i was like i do. It's easy yeah. And i did it and i got the job and i did very well. In the course of three years. I worked for two companies and i learned the retail and right the market you know the whole business and then after three years i oh i was like twenty four years old. I opened up. My own store is very small. Like inheritance from my dad passed away when i was seven and so there was a little trust very small trust fund. That by the time i was like twenty three became four thousand dollars and i know we laugh at it today and then i had a partner who is also my girlfriend at the time and she came from a family who had some money so she brought her for and i brought my four and we opened up this business together in nineteen sixty six amazing happen and then i remember your eighth street store. That's not your eight eighth street store. Your extraordinaire second. Nine hundred seventy one year. I was born star in davis that we became friends. That's true well. My first store was on washington place. I told you i went to nyu. Yes so i knew the land so and they went to open up the store how to find something that i could afford but i knew that i could get customers right and it was you know on the street and the buildings school buildings washington square college the main building. Or whatever and you know. it's the kids. Pass them by what i used to do back and forth to this building that building for a class so i knew that i had a young possibility of clientele right because you were the clientele. Yup and i was able to focus on the clientele and presented them. What i thought they would like. I didn't my my partner. I did that and in five years. We moved to a street. When i moved to eight hundred. I'm like i said to my partner joanne..

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"patricia field" Discussed on Marni on the Move

Marni on the Move

03:32 min | 3 months ago

"patricia field" Discussed on Marni on the Move

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"patricia field" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

08:36 min | 6 months ago

"patricia field" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"However, time is just flying by. You know when we're having so much fun, and you just got a nice compliment. Somebody e mailed the show. Her name is Marla s. And she said Grant is so right about Bobby Brown. And I don't know if she meant a plot. Yeah, I think it's a plus. Thank you. Diminishment AA. Plus, I think she meant a plus. Good. Really, Thank you. I'll take it so obviously you did something. It was also nice just to know about good things that are out there and then it is speaking of good things. I don't know if any of our listeners have been watching a Netflix show that it started this month early in October, called Emily in Paris. Um Lily Collins is the star of it. And Hope. Have you seen it? I I haven't started it. I have a lot of people are talking about it, though, but I haven't died because the whole thing, Okay, it's October and watching scary movies. So I'm on that long friends. Those that's a good point Teller. Well, this there were 10 episodes. And they ended it where you certainly assume there will be a second season there half hour so that it's easier to watch. It is Kind of TV I need right now. You don't have to think it's stupid Scenery of Paris is beautiful. Um, and the costumes because that's what they really are that Ah Lily Collins wears a CZ. Well, a. Some of the other people in it are just fun to see. I mean, you know if you're expecting fabulous acting Maybe try a different show. Got it? But what I thought was interesting at first of all, I was surprised you. You know who Lily Collins is? OK, how old would you guess she is, I would say, like in her mid twenties, okay? She's very young looking. I was shocked because I just read because she just got engaged. He's 31. Yeah, she looks great. What I thought was surprising. Someone asked her how old she thinks the character's supposed to be. And she said, I'd say 22 ish and I thought, Do you read the script Because within the script, she literally tells how she got her Masters degree. Well, you don't get your master's degree and having finished college and then get that and still be 22. So she's wrong. Maybe she's very smart. Oh, maybe maybe I think in there that she probably Should be thought of as around 25 26. Yeah, but anyway, the costumes are designed or selected. By none other than the iconic Patricia Field. Who, of course, did all the costumes executive in the city and so there was an article about her in in style, and what she you know is looking for and all of that, and she said She thinks first of all what? Emily wears his sort of strange and slightly, you know, unexpected, but it works her. Take Patricia Fields with camouflage, I think, Okay, I'm going to take a top That doesn't go with the camouflage bottom. Maybe it's plaid. You know what I mean? Give it a dimension. Not just some look of now, right? What do you think about that idea? Well, I You know, I mean, I I have spent time because of Glamorama with Patricia Field, and I mean up close and personal. Lots of time, actually, and drinks and dinner and all that good stuff. And she's a great stylist. I mean, she is a great scientist, but he loves a good sense of keep with expensive, right. He likes mixing pattern. That's something that's unexpected. She likes the cheap, thick belt with like detail over a ball gown. I mean, there are all these things that people some people really love. Some people don't love. Men in the midst of doing red dress affair for us for Glamorama. He brought these really cheap red wigs. Oh, I remember you telling me that that and some people like him. Some people hated them. Yeah, well, she thinks that her. Her best tip, she says is to experiment should look in your closet plot. Different pieces. Where them In a way you've never worn them before. She said, adding that she'll keep things oversized or look for items that don't necessarily go together. You'd be surprised just about opening up in mind to new things. Closing your mind off to old habits, particularly what's trendy. The point is to look uniquely yourself. But you must know who you are. That's getting deep right now. I don't know who you are right. You know, I think you have to have a certain confidence. To do that. And to do what? What she is saying does not just put together what The world accepts as looking right together. No, I mean at the end of the day, people have to remember. Fashion is fashion. Sometimes it's an art form for people. Sometimes it's practical. Sometimes it's colorful. Sometimes it's a mood many years. That's the whole objective. Do what feels right for you. Yeah. Home. She loves jackets. Yeah. Can they can just Yeah, I'm a jacket. I mean, literally really not know that. Yes, I do. I do, Jack and hundreds of them. Because I think it's the one thing that you can throw on in a second and make yourself look better. I think it's just looks more polished. It does. It's also It's a very easy way to make an outfit. Yeah, that's true. I would agree with you. She also there was there was one scene where she's very much dressed like Audrey Hepburn. Lily Collins was amazing. And she said, I'm telling you, she's a doppelganger. And and she is. I mean, she's very, very skinny. She also has like the quirkiness that Audrey Hepburn it's very breakfast, a Tiffany's so I mean, I would say if anybody you know things get really heavy right now. And if you want to watch something that just kind of takes your mind off of everything. It just I mean, just watching the scenery looking at all the cafes and all the beautiful scenery and Paris. I'm excited to watch you for a minute, okay, moving to a completely different subject. But local retailer I found it very interesting. I was reading an article actually in the Star Tribune. Ah, that room and board, which has been around for 40 years, It's hard to believe that they had their best August and September in history. Despite A pandemic. Um and I think that you know, they have changed their look from when they first started. They were kind of I can't type. Where you Yeah, exactly. Cousin kind of Had to put together a little bit and all of that, they certainly the quality is much different, much higher quality and prices. There are certainly hire two. They also do have a really good outlet store, though they dio that I know Allie has gotten a number of things that Of the They also have said that that the Corona virus pandemic has made the store expand its marketing and sales model, and it has made it so that you know people are Very interested in homes. There was also an article in women's wear daily. Not long ago about you know, people aren't buying clothes to the same extent there, not because they just are going many places, right? You were spending so much time in our homes. That we want to do things to make tha MME more comfortable. More fun to be in now you've just moved to a new house. Yes. So Are you thinking of? You know, besides the stuff that you just had to move there? Are you thinking about new things that way? I mean, we did coming into it. I mean, I think this is all. So I was very inspired during this time because so many people I love home interiors anyways. So many people. I mean, go on line going into an instagram. I mean, we have local, like experts who are just putting out some of the most amazing homework right now, Right? I mean, just great. I mean, we started with a painting overhaul. Oh, really? Yeah. Which was great, Okay? Yeah. So I You know, I came up with the concept and hired some great people to work on it with me. And it turned out amazing..

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"patricia field" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

07:58 min | 7 months ago

"patricia field" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Spit curl look yes. He was working at the squeeze box club where guy was a DJ for my was the hose and we kind of met there and also through our friends at the boy bar or Patricia field and he always admired that I took off from the nightclub world did Broadway and when he had his. Opportunity to bring HEDWIG Broadway. He gave me a call. It was pretty magical. Gay Men are responsible for creating Hedwig John Cameron Mitchell as the original hedwig Stephen Trask as the musical director and then. Your friend. Potter author Mike Potter as the as the WIG maker was somebody on responsible for all the costumes as well or. Arianne Phillips. Designed the original HEDWIG is. was actually nominated for a Tony for the costumes on this one. And each hedwig gets a little bit of a tweet on their costume. How it actually looks. So. So like Andrew Reynolds isn't wearing like Neil Patrick Harris's old stuff like. Okay. So it's not like it's of like the Brady Bunch where Greg Brady got hired because he fit into the cost. I will certainly not Michael. He is the biggest of our HEDWIG sticking juicy. Yeah that was another thing that when I said the you know I was going to Miss Andrew so much, and it's so fun for a gay person to do headway and Michael Potter said it's so interesting to see a straight idea because they have to learn all these things to get to the point where they're good enough to be on stage as HEDWIG. To to watch him find his lady Michael. C Hall to create this character from not a lot of lady moves you know. Andrew was magical immediately I mean he knew this music he played it didn't he like Excess I believe. Now. One was your favorite. Love all them just really hard to say and I have to keep it like that. They were all beautiful different I heard. Neil. Patrick Harris kept asking you backstage do I. Look sexy in this fish net. Everybody wants to be pretty and that's part of the fun of HEDWIG. My moment when I'm actually with the person. Is the last. Ten minutes before they hit the stage where they're generally in character are heading to being in character. In fact, meal is almost fully and headed character. Before he went on stage where Andrew was a little more joking around and light, and then Michael Hall again is kind of. In the head with care through although he does a lot of different places including a country western. Michael C Hall really kills in that role. So. Reference. Flashing Record. No. So Neil Patrick Harris, we saw him into Tony's he some people described his performance when he was humping sting in the audience as desperate. Oh God that's hilarious. You know because they want it was it was fun that night and He was hysterical doing that bit live because. Every night it was somebody new that got in his. I would say that Neal's command of an audience was so unique because. Sold out crowd night after night and everybody hanging on every little word and the new on the jokes and. He really found a way to. Do the lines? And find all the everything else thought you could get a laugh and. I in my head I still reciting the way he did. And then. Overshadow John. Cameron. Mitchell's original concept of hedwig or or augment. they followed pretty damn closely. I mean there's even certain inflection and words that. Are Sort of part of the way it some. Even, though it's dialogue, there's. Got To be very interesting to music I. Got Sense I'm fascinated by and and then when you work on Broadway show. You tend to morph into that show. So everyone backstage. Kind of has a little rock and roll look a little wing wink squeeze box and the. drag performers. It's really great people all call me video there, which is fun, and then there's the Mormon Hedwig which is Andrew Reynolds. Andrew. Reynolds incredible I. Think he was the most beautiful. And he had these incredible long legs. And again I said he had arsenal of drag. You know sensibility to bring to the character immediately was insane like his. Guy Gets a lot of not not a lot but certain spots where they can ad Lib. The transition of how she's relating to the audience, and of course, if the audience is live which it is. They react to that as well and she was just oh funny. So fact with audience and And when she was angry in the show, she was very angry and It's different levels that each actor gives and that was funny for her to be the. Paradox of being very funny and then very angry about your situation I heard it was really really one of the greatest challenges of getting Neil Patrick Harris ready for the role is tucking that. Media Dick His. Definitely got into the technique of it and we joked about it me and my own career thing when you came home from working found press on nail down there, you know that kind of thing. Working Drag Queen. Blows. So. You've you've talked and you've had like a clip art nail stuck to like your your duct tape. Entertained, Oh, my gosh. Wow, that hurts and so do these. Do they all talk in the same way? no, it's really they have the liberty to do what feels right? Okay. Because Neil Patrick Harris. Worked with jinx monsoon as a consultant to prepare for the role, they had coffee or something well, not really. That's what Jigsville said on this show that that he kinda like consulted her. Consulting. Would entail a check I'm sure he paid or something do they? Oh Yeah. Of course, it's swimming in money. You don't have to Neil Patrick Harrison you say I need one hundred bucks you'll give it to you. Oh, that's sweet i. Check Neil. But so so so anyways, Jinx Monsoon School of talking is to wear multiple layers of tight pantyhose she. Yeah but I don't. Dance. Skins. Theater fishnet step pretty tight already. So they're not really gonNA show if even you must have a monster Kakinada for it to malfunction. And it's. and. HEDWIG. Actually escort. Though it's revealed later that it's shorts but it just a skirt in the front and shorts in the back which is. Here, and if you see a little bit as Hedwig, there is that angry inch to contend with. Yeah and they and the last number or even the transition Tommy notices when they're beautiful. well, I'd say I'm Michael. Hall and that number is.

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"patricia field" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

07:57 min | 7 months ago

"patricia field" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Spit Curl look yes he was working at the squeeze box club where guy was a DJ for my was the hose and we kind of met there and also through our friends at the boy bar or Patricia field, and he always admired that I took off from the nightclub world did Broadway and when he had his Opportunity to bring Hedwig Broadway he gave me a call. It was pretty magical. Gay Men are responsible for creating HEDWIG, John? Cameron. Mitchell as the original hedwig Stephen Trask as the musical director and then. Your friend. Potter author Mike Potter as the as the WIG maker was somebody on responsible for all the costumes as well or Arianne Phillips. Designed the original HEDWIG is. was actually nominated for a Tony for the costumes on this one. And each hedwig deliberate of a tweet on their costume. How it actually looks. So, so like Andrew Reynolds isn't wearing like Neil Patrick Harris's old stuff like. Okay. So. It's not like it's of like the Brady Bunch where Greg Brady got hired because he fit into the cost. I will certainly not Michael. He is the biggest of our HEDWIG sticking juicy. Yeah and you know that was another thing that when I said the you know I was going to Miss Andrew so much and it's so fun for a gay person to do headway and Michael Potter said it's so interesting to see a straight idea because they have to learn all these things to get to the point where they're good enough to be on stage as HEDWIG. To to watch him, find his lady Michael C Hall to create this character from not a lot of lady moves you know. Andrew was magical immediately. I mean he knew this music he played it didn't he like in? Excess I believe. Now. One was your favorite. Love all them just really hard to say and I have to keep it like that. They were all beautiful different I heard Neil Patrick Harris kept asking you backstage do I look sexy in this fish net? Everybody wants to be pretty and that's part of the fun of HEDWIG. My moment when I'm actually with the person. Is the last. Ten minutes before they hit the stage where they're generally in character are heading to being in character in fact, meal is almost fully and headed character. Before he went on stage where Andrew was a little more joking around and light, and then Michael Hall again is kind of In the head with care through although he does a lot of different places including a country Western. Michael C Hall really kills in that role. So. Reference. Flashing, record. No. So Neil Patrick. Harris. We saw him into Tony's he some people described his performance when he was humping sting in the audience as desperate. Oh. God that's hilarious. You know because they want it was it was fun that night and. He was hysterical doing that bit live because. Every night it was somebody new that got in his. I would say that Neal's command of an audience was so unique because. Sold out crowd night after night and everybody hanging on every little word and the new on of the jokes and. He really found a way to. Do the lines. And find all the everything else thought you could get a laugh and. I in my head I, still recite things the way he did. And then. Overshadow John Cameron Mitchell's original concept of hedwig or or augment. they followed pretty damn closely. I mean there's even certain inflection and words that. Are Sort of part of the way it some. Even though it's dialogue, there's. Got To be very interesting to music I got sense I'm fascinated by and and then when you work on Broadway show. You tend to morph into that show. So. Everyone backstage. Kind of has a little rock and roll look a little. Wink squeeze box and the drag performers. It's really great people all call me video there, which is fun, and then there's the Mormon Hedwig, which is Andrew Reynolds. Andrew Reynolds incredible. I think he was the most beautiful. and. He had these incredible long legs. And again, I said, he had arsenal of drag you know sensibility to bring to the character immediately was insane like this. Guy Gets a lot of not not a lot but certain spots where they can ad Lib. The transition of how she's relating to the audience, and of course, if the audience is live which it is. They react to that as well and she was just oh funny. So fact with audience and. And when she was angry in the show, she was very angry and It's different levels that each actor gives and that was funny for her to be the. Paradox of being very funny and then very angry about your situation. I heard it was really really one of the greatest challenges of getting Neil Patrick Harris ready for the role is tucking that. Media Dick. His. Definitely. Got Into the technique of it and we joked about it me and my own career thing when you came home from working found press on nail down there, you know that kind of thing. Working Drag Queen. Blows. So, you've you've talked and you've had like a clip art nail stuck to like your your duct tape. entertained. Oh my gosh. Wow, that hurts and so do these. Do they all talk in the same way? no, it's really they have the liberty to do what feels right? Okay. Because, Neil Patrick Harris. Worked with jinx monsoon as a consultant to prepare for the role, they had coffee or something well, not really. That's what Jigsville said on this show that that he kinda like consulted her. Consulting. Would entail a check I'm sure he paid or something do they? Oh Yeah. Of course, it's swimming in money. You don't have to Neil. Patrick Harrison you say I need one hundred bucks you'll give it to you. Oh, that's sweet. I. Check Neil. But so so so anyways, Jinx Monsoon School of talking is to wear multiple layers of tight pantyhose she. Yeah but I don't. Dance Skins Theater fishnet step pretty tight already. So they're not really gonNA show if even you must have a monster Kakinada for it to malfunction. and. It's. And HEDWIG actually escort. Though it's revealed later that it's shorts but it just a skirt in the front and shorts in the back which is. Here, and if you see a little bit Hedwig, there is that angry inch to contend with. Yeah and they and the last number or even the transition. Tommy. Notices when they're beautiful. well, I'd say, I'm Michael Hall and that number.

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"patricia field" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

09:15 min | 1 year ago

"patricia field" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"What's her name? Who who saying I love the Nightlife Bora gainer no blonde White Lady Love the Nightlife Delta Made Abbas. Really be around that time. They released her song at a pig. Bridges Eliecer Bridges. I was in. I was hanging out with the girls. In Perfidious Lawn Patricia Field and the least breaches came and and she was such a like. You know they are up for the video in the seventies at this point he just looked like you know bull dyke and she was so sweet and gave us Free singles was like twelve inch pink. I love the nightlife. And she's like if you ever come down Orlando play at Ej the men's leather bar. Tuesday nights she she was so nice. She allies did she. I remember mark really sweet. But there was a certainly An appreciation for vintage clothing and culture and movies. And even if you think about Wait stock and you know lady miscarriages and delights aesthetic. It was very much. Meant to be a throwback to the you know the love generation of the late sixties and early seventies. So that's what we assume born in fifty three. So No uh-huh yeah. She was very was really nice to meet her. It's fun you think. New York is full of celebrities. You don't necessarily at least I don't meet them left and right so once in a while to tell you the truth. I'm usually excited about the less major celebrity's sometimes I'd be working at a party in the huge celebrity would be there. I don't even know who they are. I don't watch those things but it would take a picture next to them anyway. So it'll look good for me. I'm going to pick but when it was somebody that I'm into like Mitt Meeting Miss Yvonne From Pee Wee's playhouse like was such a thrill for me. That an emit Giambi heard great things about John. Paragon who plays GIAMBI and Lynne Stewart? Who plays missive on? Like you could write to them and be like hey like I love you all like when you're in real life is the nicest parts of MRI. Von When peewee was on Broadway perfidious did Miss Yvonne's hair and she brought me to the dressing room. It's got to hang out with them and it was amazing. Incoming God I love you the to me. That's like better than eating. You know I'd rather meet them than those Kardashians. She was so sweet she she had a little party. One of the empty dressing rooms. She turns it into a party room after the show and invited me to the after show party so it was fun. So so Lynne. Stewart really is the most beautiful woman in puppet land. I just told her that on facebook. She wished me happy birthday. And I said you're still the most beautiful woman to focus lamb. We'll happy but thank you. Yeah I had a celebrate my birthday a basically by myself and at my husband in the other room and working alone and it felt like I was alone in the desert. I thought the apocalypse would be now more like mad. Max Beyond Thunderdome. Tina Turner comes out and says like. Don't tell me about the rules. I made the rules and the will says if you bust deal face the wheel like that. You know what? I'm kind of glad. That's not the apocalypse. Yeah you guys not using the Thunderdome. It's just sitting there rust and away. I am just mostly dealing with this by not dealing with it. I try to read a little news. And then turn it off and watch insane things on a net flicks. I told you about the movie. I'm obsessed with did deny we started watching. Oh my ghost that is my corentin kick. I am obsessed with. Oh my ghost. On Net flicks is a slapstick. Drag Queen? Ghost movie He minutes into it and fast as like. This is kind of confusing. And it's really hard to follow. That's easier to follow as you go on Although part is very hard to follow but And so you were discussing with us this movie. Oh my is actually. There's like four or five of them on Netflix. There there are actually six of them. So there's one of them that came before this movie. That's not on their look. Yeah because remember in the credits in the opening credits. It says are to no Netflix. Explicit and their friend pancake is already dead but other than the fact that pancake is dead. I think there's nothing else you have to know. The actress who plays pancake it comes back is the sister or brother or something like that should see comes as a sister but then she comes back also like if you keep watching the movie we're talking about is oh my ghost and it's a ghost story told by Thai drag Queens Okay. So this is basically a film that has Just imagine the three stooges if they were tie and in drag and directed by John Waters and using the sound effects provided by Hanna Barbera Studios. That's a good description just like ru Paul's drag race Thailand. It's really he like I just I having a really hard time just figuring out what is going on and the boys the boys in the in the in the movie are really cute. The 'cause they have their aunties in their aunties you said Reminded you have some of the Queen's that you would see in Thailand as you've been going to Thailand for years rain now they have a lot of the same kind of drag. We have because of the drag race influence traditionally most of the performers were beautiful trans girls that were like beautiful and then the comedian ones were usually like not Trans Chubby. Not the best looking so like almost. They're they're brought. Idea of. Humor is a ugliest funny. They would even do their makeup to look uglier like paint their nostrils to look turned up. Or you know what tapes her nose flat like Amy Sedaris used to do sometimes or blackout teeth like the false eyelashes common gag in this. And I'm wondering like is this a reaction to Paul's drag race when Jia gun had a wonky eyelash. I don't think these movies have been going on so long from the early two thousands so I don't like I don't think I heard this is the John Reid. I have to ask more questions. But this DRAG GHOST. Mufi thing is like been staying apart from this series and I have to learn more about it. There is a whole there is a whole like okay trying to tell you as much as I understand. The term ladyboy entire is cut choice. I'm not pronouncing it. Perfectly now. Cut Toy goes back to the days before there was even surgery so it is a very broad umbrella term. A transgender woman would color. They would call her a coach Roy but they would also call very Queenie man who was just very fem coy and so the assist like singing movies of like the comedian. Choi There's another movie on. Netflix called to get this name. It's called footsie's and the fake translates seizes like their translation of the word and it's these like crazy Queenie guys that are sometimes in drag with no explanations times they're not it's definitely a higher production value. Than Ghost. It's also an outrageous storyline. They very with their jokes about being ugly jokes about being fat jerks about you having crooked teeth but it's more watchable. I watched it. It's a little long but is really funny to Polari word for bottom so you costume. Trade to trade is when two bottoms hook up. It seems like it's easier for Hollywood to tell the story of a straight six gendered man. Who's dressing up in drag in order to get a job or to win back the love of this family as opposed to you know somebody a gay or trans person or even a heterosexual woman Dressing up in drag just to have a little fun. It's forced feminization really. It's like to become a woman. I have to do it that way I can do so. I can so that these other things can be accomplished and you know for a lot of people. It's for someone who's ation as a fetish. We interviewed Amy Vodka House. Who like? That's her job now. She basically is a dominatrix. Forced feminization person. Guys COME OVER TO THEIR HOUSE. They them lots of money. She dresses them up in little panties. Maybe she'll whip them and humiliate them take some photos and then she sends them on her. Way GIG yeah you know? She quit her job at the hotel. Because you just like. I'd rather do this at home. And but she's like between that and making wigs. I'm fine is only one better gig.

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"patricia field" Discussed on GSMC Movie Podcast

GSMC Movie Podcast

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"patricia field" Discussed on GSMC Movie Podcast

"Hello hello and welcome back to GMC movie podcast like sing along with the Orlando Com. But but the ticket ticket tickets. Yeah the I like Don. I'm not great with the tunes. Like I feel like in my mind. I can home well but even my humming pretty terrible. I would be surprised if that were true. It's hard to have a bad Are I feel like maybe I wouldn't be on Beep Yeah staying on? Tempo is definitely something. Those people have a pretty they issue with doing all right let. Let's finish up these things. These people did not know about the divorce product. I just got a few more here. And they're all super interesting by the way I hope so. I hope saw like these are like I said I like learning the behind. The scenes of how movies put together and so the cost of the costumes was one million dollars. That's wow so that. They spent pretty pretty pretty penny a big portion of their budget on just costumes but I mean that makes sense. They has to do with fashion So they obviously need the characters all to look their best fifty Patricia field was was the designer for all the outfits and all the pieces came for major designers. Like Valentino. Prada of course and on speaking Valentino. Valentino was the only designer who made an appearance in the movie so which was actually kind of shocking for me to find out because again. This is a movie about fashion. You would think oh aware in Paris. You know it's kind of like roll out of fashion. Designers are located as well. You would think they would invite other designers on the show on the movie. But here's why Some speculate. There's all speculation that. Anna wintour threatened those designers to ban any designers who made an appearance from being featured in the pages of vogue. Right WHY WOULD ANNA? Wintour do that. I don't know that's what I'm saying. That's awesome in the movie cheesy and a winter is right to meryl shape is playing and it's supposed to be like yes. She's so she probably feels some type of way like oh like so again. It's all speculation. I could understand her being a little upset about right. Lightning imagine if someone wrote a movie and it was like it's about this person who worked for you and you happen to be the worst person on the planet right that would suck right enduring about me in the story. No almost absolutely not. I know it makes total sense so It's not one hundred percent confirmed and it would make sense because literally. Valentino was the only one who showed up and then last but not least is actually something really Meryl. Streep didn't try to impersonate in a winter. Rather Clint Eastwood so she didn't like call Anna wintour up and follow you around for all right. Let me see what your day to day. I interview people who knew her thing right. No absolutely not which dot kind of like threw me for a loop. Because you would think Oh. I'm playing a life or playing the role of this person. I should based on a write up. It's based on a book about you and no contact with their. What's wherever? She says? She tried to impersonate Clint Eastwood. And this is what Meryl Streep had to say. The voice I got from Clint Eastwood he never ever ever raises his voice and everyone has to lean into listen and he is automatically the most powerful person in the room. Which is I mean. Have you seen movie starring? Clint Eastwood Probably. I don't remember I can't think of like I just watched one recently. Actually it's on net flicks. I can't think of the name of the movie the top of my head right now but I love Clint Eastwood as well. And it's true like he's very like softspoken But stirring at the same time. Well he does all those cowboy movies right. Probably part of like the the point of that is that he's like the antithesis to the villain who's like this loud boisterous. I'm trying really hard to pay attention to me. And then Clint Eastwood Walks in. And it's like I don't know like the silent and silent protagonist just like right right so. I thought that was interesting. Oh totally someone. I would've never in a millionaire is imagine she would try to kind of copy.

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"patricia field" Discussed on GSMC Entertainment Podcast

GSMC Entertainment Podcast

11:21 min | 1 year ago

"patricia field" Discussed on GSMC Entertainment Podcast

"Hey guys and welcome back to TSMC. Entertainment podcast moving right into what? We're here to talk about frank goal which he is the of the Devil Rays Problem. Frankel worried. Their budget wouldn't allow them to shoot in Paris for those of you don't know there's a scene towards the end of the movie that shoots in Paris and it was kind of shocking to me to find out are for me to find out that the production of the movie had very little money to work with and in a moment of true desperation the directors and producers sent Fox a sizzle reel to convince them to fund the trip and thankfully it was met with positive response and they were able to fly to Paris. Something another interesting fact regarding you know. They're low budget not or not having a lot of money for or the budget being low for the movie. Meryl Streep actually didn't shoot in Paris. Oh while Anne hathaway and Simon Baker flew out to Paris and I thought that was pretty comical Fox thought it would be too expensive to fly. Meryl Streep out so all of her Paris scenes were actually filmed in the US. Which I thought was so funny because earlier I mentioned how Meryl Streep told them. I'm not playing in your little movie if you're not paying me more money like Anti-nazi more Zeros okay. And they didn't fly her out because she's too expensive. I'm trying to get to that level. I'm trying to Meryl Streep level where people think like she's expensive Like I don't know by WanNa be flown out like that and she didn't get flow now so I just was pretty funny that they thought Fox that she would be too expensive fly out so they say you wrote working to keep you in the US. And we're GONNA fly the cheaper ones out to Paris. I don't know in this case. Maybe I wanted to be one of the cheaper ones and be flown out next interesting fact about the movie. The cost of the was one million dollars. One million dollars you guys costumes. Patricia field who designed the outfits and all the pieces came from major designers like Valentino. And so on and speaking of Valentino. He actually was the only designer who made an appearance in the movie which is kind of hard also to believe because the whole movie is based off designers and fashion. Here's why though while the characters in the movie war pieces from many other designers in the film. Valentino was one to show up apparently people. There was some speculation that Editor in chief at a Vogue Anna wintour threatened to ban any designers who made an appearance from being featured in the pages of vote against his off speculation. But that would be so messed up if she like told all these designers from like Louis Gucci Prada and so on if you make an appearance in that little movie like you're not going to be featured invoke so many Valentino is like you know I don't care I'm going to show up. I don't know how that really went down. But that's this is all speculation next. Okay we're almost done with these fun little. There's so many guys when I was looking up interesting facts about the movie there were over fifty and I really twenty for these are twenty interesting fax next. Meryl STREEP DIDN'T TRY TO IMPERSONATE ANA wind tour in the Devil Wears Prada but rather she tried to him personally. Clint Eastwood you guys. Like totally out of the ballpark. Not even the same like industry in terms of fashion. You know like the whole movie is based off The assist of real based on a true story of Anna Wintour and her assistant and you would assume Meryl Streep is trying to Person Anna wintour. But she's not she's trying to impersonate Clint Eastwood. If you guys remember the diverse product Meryl Streep doesn't have. She's not yelling. She's not screaming. You know when we think of terrible bosses we think of those types of terrible bosses who like are in your face aggressive and loud 'em meryl ship was the complete opposite which I think made her role. Even more brilliant. She says that she got her voice from Clinton's way an because he never ever raise his voice and everyone would have to lean and listen and he would automatically become the most powerful person in the room so that was kind of where her head was at and she'd totally nailed it because in the whole movie she's kind of gives you the deaths there the death glare and you just know like shut up last but not least final fact about the movie. The divorce product earned almost eight times. What it cost to make so despite the production team working with an extremely low budget forty one million dollars to be exact which is low for movies it went onto to earn around three hundred twenty six million dollars in box office sales so it more than tripled. Their income are not their income but the money they made back so who ended up winning at the end the devil wears Prada the production team. So all in all lemon on the comments if you are a fan of the devils Prada again one of the most iconic movies with a amazing 'cause and had the way Meryl Streep and moving on an entirely different subject. Megan stallion okay. There have been tweets going on hashtags going on Hash tag free. The Stallion Hash Tag Free Meg and this is why. Megan stallion claims that record label her pass. Record Label fifteen o one certified entertainment as preventing her from releasing new music. She legally cannot drop new music. Because of this binding contract she has with her pass record book. She briefly spoke on the matter in an instagram. Live session yesterday and at one point. She said that she didn't understand what was in her contract when she initially signed with the label. Which by the way she signed at the very young age of twenty like who really understands a contract at the age of twenty as she stated that certain details and become clear to her until she signed with Jay z's label ROC nation. She then claims that once she asked to re renegotiate renegotiate her contract with fifteen wine. The label would not allow it. She said as soon as you said the magic word renegotiate everything went loved things went by and she expressed her frustration. Instagram live saying you know. It's a greedy gain. People just care about money. It's about the music and she says it's definitely not the I made. This is definitely not the first time we hear about artists. You know being scammed or being exploited or whatever the case may be we always hear of these labels you know holding their music and not being able to release their own music and there's a shame because you know what we need the music. The people need the music hot girl. Summer is right around the corner and we need new music for a hot girl activities okay. Megan just revealed a few days ago to that her next album. Titled Sugar or Suga as it said was aiming for a release date of May second which is Due to her being her late mother's birthday but now seems drop day will be pushed back and when she doesn't even know when okay because again fifteen o one for entertainment is not willing to renegotiate her contract and I just. This is a common problem that we see in here about way too often within the music industry they deliberately use insanely complicated ambiguous language to mislead artists. I mean none of us I mean also. None of us have seen this contract to really come at fairly on the subject but again one thing we've seen time and time again. Is that when you combine a young artist and a need the likelihood of signing an exploitive deal becomes immensely more likely and I feel like that's exactly what could have happened in Megan's case says she's a young artist who can actually wrap and has amazing talent and she was twenty when she signed the contract? Like how many of us. We don't even know what's in our T. CONTRACT. We don't even know what in our comcast contract okay so we cannot be judging are saying you didn't read the terms correctly like we don't even read the own terms correctly. I don't even read all the terms correctly the time we're signing our lives away and we don't even know it you fill me so it's just it's an unfortunate situation because we need new music. I love making the stallion. I'm a huge fan of hers and every time she realizes music it's a banger. I love it and so she gave an update. If we don't hear any new music for Megan stallion we know why they're literally not letting her drop music which is a shame because we need it and ladies and gentlemen that's GonNa wrap today's Combo here at GMC entertainment podcast. We Cover Megan. The stallion interesting facts about the divorce. Prada bad bunny and his activism and new music new album so we covered so much today. If you like to say. Please don't forget to like share. Subscribe comment all of that. Good stuff and I wish you all a very happy and successful week. You've been listening to the golden state media concepts entertainment. Podcast part of the Golden state media concepts podcast network. You can find this show and others like it at www dot Jesus MC podcast dot com or download. Our podcast on itunes stitcher soundcloud and Google play just type in Jesus Mc to find all the shows from the golden state media concepts podcast network from movies to music thrown sports entertainment and even Weird News. 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"patricia field" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"patricia field" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Right that is the headline shows but one of his subjects were happy PP tonight at nine seven three click on the candy Mike and Todd show are coming up on this very show the kids get a bad rap or should they be banned from a place is a fast food restaurant is kind of laying down a marker trying to change it seems who they are and what sort of kids are going to be welcome at this fast food restaurant details to follow right now get a traffic for Patricia field so I'm hearing from a trooper heather ax men did that day sounds like a semi truck hit in the over pass the I five and beau hill road and working to get some it in more more info on this one the had been looking both north and south in that area to see if any tracks of any damage haven't found anything yet but they do have a D. O. T. crew up from Matt Burlington to kind of evaluate that structure out there so we could possibly see some lane restrictions if not some of road closures because of that now we are keeping an eye on the line up for drivers on with them for ten add traffic out now this overturned semi the truck is up right so trucks or they're they're trying to get it hooked up and held out of the way however they still have to clean up the diesel self driving been moved over to S. zero one six two which is been a nightmare for Bonney lake we're also hearing about a crescent eastbound highway two out near fry Lynn Streb resistible to run into some heavy traffic on the northbound four or five in the Kirkland north on I five outside of the convention center through the U. district and once again as we get closer to one is seventy fifth and shoreline little bit of a break but you're right back into some slowing as we get closer to Alderwood mall will have more on your real time travel times and and update a big update from heather Bosch coming up here at four thirty three however radio real time traffic and Tracy Taylor take long lawmakers to start their legal nine seventy six Cairo radio with.

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"patricia field" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

The Bechdel Cast

13:27 min | 1 year ago

"patricia field" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

"Tb See who all right we're GONNA we. Oh Gosh I don't know well. I guess what was your your first impression of. This movie like versus is the TV show. Do you feel like it's a big departure from the TV show or like or how did you feel about it so I went into it and every the press had been like this movie is bad. expectations were low. The soundtrack is very good a grand the fashion is sort of the through line that they were able to bring Fra. It's Patricia field and it's like listen. She did the show. Everyone looked cool. In great she did the movie everyone cooling gray and then you're just kind of like plugging lugging them in different they give you these sort of like scratched the itch there is a montage of Kerry cleaning out her closet and you see all of her eye. I contact look. There's to dress trying. Yes yes yes and I could've used another one. You know never enough for me and I'm sorry I did want Stephen Miranda to get back together and I like everybody's kids what else you need so yeah. Ah The show is I know you disagree. The show is better it one that means you know and this is not going to win anything but if you were like a fan of the show I think he would watch the movie and be like this is a nice warm cup of cocoa yeah. There's there's a few and I guess like like we're operating on limited sex in the city knowledge but I mean for most movies I I would be. I'm like always like Oh. Why aren't there people with multiple the classes portrayed and all that but for this franchise in particular there's a lot of things like the lack of like diversity and like the very like bizarrely poor way at handles squareness given that the creator is like. I take extreme issue with all of that but the class stuff I feel like I weirdly exclude from this conversation because they feel like it was designed as an escapist fantasy for women and it has like a complicated legacy in general all in that's been good. Lord has been fucking written to death the legacy of this franchise but I feel like in this like we I can do the same five complaints. Everyone has about the show of like hose curry you for this on a freelance writer salary. It's written like it is a fantasy and you're supposed to Oh you know as and when this franchise was kind of like forward thinking and a little bit different which is like maybe the first few seasons of this show and definitely not by two thousand nate like it's cultural usefulness was kind of behind it and it was there for fans but I don't know I I I appreciate it as an escapist idea and and there are like it's so often that whenever there is a franchise it's targeted at women specifically however flawed it is but like we've talked about twilight. We've talked about fifty shades of grey. We've talked about a bunch of franchises directed at women and there's just like always implicit shame about it to anyone. Who enjoys is it in any capacity that sucks because like we've also done fucking blade runner. We've done like every movie like every stupid movie directed two guys and it's like you know. Women get should get dumb stuff too. Yeah and that's my feminism. Ah that's my feminism too and I also think sex in the city a bit of a pass because it was in the nine like when it premiered I think it was ninety eight ninety two things that was a different time obviously and in their defense they were like well. We're talking so openly openly about sex and we're having a women talk about sex and so everyone kind of looked the other way on all those other issues to the point that when girls started which kind of stepped into that same timeslot need demographic nipple and everyone was like where the fuck are all the Black People Lena Dunham was like but sex in the city didn't have any black people and it's like your friend. That was a long time I am. AGO and people are mad at them now. I think that's why girls had sir so much backlash because some of it was like delayed sex in the city backlash yeah I agree. I mean it's I don't know anything that anyone says about this is always going to be like loaded and weird and complicated but on on its surface like there were like in the pilot of the show did a little homework and it's like this is like one of the first shows that acknowledged queer people however however poorly written as a part of other people's lives specifically. We're men clermont the show kind of except for I think one Samantha Samantha Lesbian for like a nor a couple episodes but other than that the show seems to erase women altogether. Yes that is true and she ends is like breaking up with her girlfriend. She's eighty. It's not even a good representation but they do take baths together and and it is like I mean like all like we've covered so many movies that take place in the late ninety s and it's weird because even though this movie comes out in two thousand eight it is still the the late ninety s in the world of this franchise for its entirety which is why four zero eight. I'm sure it was poorly reviewed because the world had mostly just like moved on from that that like way of women being portrayed so I I feel like this is a late nineties movie in a way and it is like it's sort of subscribes to like I almost think of it the way that you think of like the spice girls in a way where you're like it is like feminism like girl power. That's trying to sell you something quite aggressively and it's like Oh yeah like women are empowered as long as you have money or white and are Hetero right yeah so it is like just right off the top. It is peak all of that and we understand that yes yes indeed I did write. The first using I wrote in my notes is women be shopping the movie and they'd be they'd be shopping that does is not disappoint. If you're looking for women be shopping representations movie delivers I honestly I mean. It's like why watch this movie. If you don't want to see women shopping the visibility for women who shopping and then another thing good thing which we touched on briefly but this as far as I understand understand it was one of the first kind of mainstream things that was about sex positivity especially for women and that it kind of opened up opened up some conversations that helped lead to more sex positive era and then do you remember and I didn't watch this this show when it was airing but even I was like familiar with and I know we look at it now. We're like obviously this is like one of the least diverse franchises but ah the hatred directed at Sarah Jessica Parker for how she looked like was so intense and that kind of grounded in like like the nine thousand nine hundred ninety eight of when it came out of like you couldn't even have a face that was the same face as everyone else with people just piling on you and you just think about like I mean if I was sick. I mean how how does that feel. It must feel looking dog shit. I've read my youtube comments before bad yeah. There's like back. I'm so sorry to bring up family guy but there's a I think it's a family guy joke where they like compare her face to foot. I want to say yeah. It's a lot of there's a list. There's foot and horse is I remember number. Whore and it's just it's just like yeah. She's a hot thin Hetero white lady and even she couldn't you know like so ah I mean. It's just such a weird complicated subject well. Let's let's really dive into the weeds. The Bush Miranda's Banda's Bush Bush was my favorite character and they're like Oh. That's that's me that's me feel seen for for once so the big things for me for this movie is in addition to the things that have already been talked about to death which is the lack of racial diversity the weird representations of the class thing which I do take issue with but this movie is an I know this is the point of this show sex in the city show the whole franchise but these women's lives are so so consumed by men because the show is about sex and relationships and because they're all Hetero women it ends up being that they their lives revolve around the men were with and yes we do know what their jobs are and sometimes we see them at work in this movie not as much we really only see them as they their storylines are all in relationship to men and their lives are completely revolving around men so that does not bode well for me so another question how what was the balance between like their relationships and then they're like job stuff in the series series. I mean Maranda went to Harvard and she had a whole plot line about trying to make partner and how difficult was when she had had brady and so her job definitely was. I mean you know that she works. I guess being a Harvard educated lawyer is not quote unquote relatable but she was a businesswoman and that's how she identified well someone with a masters degree in screenwriting from Boston University actually pretty relatable so so but like her and they very much dress them for their jobs so Miranda was always in sort of like a two piece suit and then Samantha was publicist but like a very very good one and there were allusion to the fact that she had really hustled and worked her way up. We don't really ever find out how Keri got this column but she has it and then at some point she sells a book and I think because in the movie she does not work at all she has written three books and I guess he's living off of that sure and then Charlotte worked at galleries. Oh so the jobs that women are allowed to have an Ramco working only if your bitch publicist yeah the way the movie does it. I don't know it yet the away the movie does it is egregious where no one's job as relevant really for both Carrie and Samantha at this point. When we you know we see them in the movie. Even their professionalize are centered around their relationships in general or relationship because Samantha has like basically you may basis generating him like yeah she's basically his Mama's her and then carry just writes about in her would Hetero love partners and sex even though she hates computers legs sure your writer but I also have no idea what big does what is email. I mean like I'm guessing Finance Hedge Fund venture capitalists. He's definitely absolutely rich. Never said what he does in any way. We don't even actually know his name's John. Thank you John Joseph Jingle Jingle. Yeah is his name as a runner in the series so they don't really put a lot of weight on. I mean like Steve owns a the bar and it's like no you don't Steve. I mean you do but you don't. What does the Bald Guy Do. he is a lawyer. He was actually Charlotte's divorce lawyer okay which for her like pretty convenient her issue with him she. He's like he's ugly but I guess he is rich. I'll marry his MOM I. I like his mom. His mom is dead like something where she was like. That is so dark okay other thing that really really bugs me talk about this movie again. Aside from all the stuff that is regularly talked about is that these women are so reactionary and they overreact to to everything which plays into the you know stereotypes that like women just are so emotional and we can't control our emotions emotions and you know we're incapable of being reasonable in anything like.

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"patricia field" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:19 min | 2 years ago

"patricia field" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A Subaru Subaru. This is fresh air. And if you're just joining us, my guest is Emily blunt, and her new film is Mary Poppins returns. And she plays Mary Poppins. So I think you're breakthrough movie role was the devil wears Prada in with Jason. I'm sure you. No one's seen that movie. So so for anyone who hasn't seen it. I mean, it's set at this like high fashion magazine. Kind of vogue is that. Correct. Yeah. And Meryl Streep plays the editor in chief kind of. Yeah. Why am I blanking on her name? Anna Anna winter. Yes. Yes, Merrill, didn't actually base it on Anna winter will she told Anna that she based on two men in Hollywood that she knew who will remain nameless. But I know who they are. Oh, that's very interesting. Yeah. Because she's so kind of like this and get me that and do this and that's not good enough. And everybody's kind of terrified her terrified over and a kind of hate her and they've moved to live when she's present. And they're doing things because she's they're there and the other one she's out now more more like themselves, but anyways, your her assistance, and she's a tyrant. How how how did you get the part? I had to addition for it. And I remember I was out in LA, which I found altogether overwhelming. Anyway, because it was very new, and I was twenty two I think and I was auditioning at FOX studios for something else. And then they just through these sides at me, and they said, she would you just read for this other thing while you're here. Can you just read for it? It's called the devil west product. And I think I remember feeling really nervous because I was going to miss my flight. And so I think because of the exile t I probably felt about being late which I loathe being late in general. I think in some ways that worked because I had a sense of what it fretful energy about me anyway, and that rather worked for this anxious fractious. Starving. Assistant the I was playing. Yes. Because she's always in a hurry and begin five minutes ago. So yeah, that's it. And she's just desperation lives completely defines itself by this job that she does and the clothes that she wears. And she's really funny really really funny character just completely idiotic in many ways. So that was the first time you've worked with Meryl Streep guess you've worked with her twice since and into the woods. And of course, now, you have a big scene a very funny scene with her in Mary Poppins returns, she's supposed to be intimidating in her character as the editor magazine did that carry on set. Right. I mean, I was more intimidated because I was very young. And it was sort of my first big film. It got done one film before that, and she sort of stayed in a bit of a midway point throughout the day. You know, when it comes to the character, and who she is in real life, sort of I think she very much kept herself to herself on the devil west project, and I found out afterwards because I learned so much about her after the film how gregarious some warm loving. She is that I think that couch. It was quite hard for her because we will be having a party on the other side of the set, and she would be sort of reading a book in the corner trying to stay focused and severe is this character. And then I really got to know her off to its John worked with her and he had a fabulous time. And then thrown into the woods. And then again, she played my insane. Cousin topsy, and I do find it funny that Maryland, I in every film, we've done we've played characters who are a bit contentious with each other. And I'm just like when can we play sort of lovers or? Stephen friends. You know, I'm sorta waiting for the day. So what's the difference between how you were dressing at the time, you made the divorce product, and how your character at the high fashion. Runway magazine was dressing a God, I'm sure I was wearing probably some ill-fitting jeans and some bad shoes and probably a top that was too low cut some obvious top. So I learnt quite a lot through Patricia field about fashion and about how brave you should be in. How autistic it can be. And I really love it. Now, I think probably because I tend to dress a bit like a teenage boy every day of my life. And then, you know, I get dressed up for these red carpets and the press junkets, and I really enjoy it. Because it is it's such fun. I find I find the style positive very artistic and very exciting. And. Because it's so not me. So not how I dress. I mean, my children even if I put on some makeup. They're like where you going. I think they would prefer me just be in sweat pants and high top trainers all the time. That's how they wanna see me. So in into the woods, which is a Stephen Sondheim musical. That's kind of a mash up of different fairytales. But. It's pretty dark. Yeah. So you in the film adaptation directed by rob Marshall who also directed. Mary Poppins returns, you play the baker's wife, and that's that's how she described in the film as the baker's wife. Yeah. Not trying to be sexist here. You are just the wife of the Baker. I'm the wife. He's the banker. He's the Baker. So Meryl Streep plays this kind of like wicked witch kind of figure who's put a curse on your house and this curse contentious. Yes. Sensuous kind of person. And this is what is preventing you. And your husband the Baker played by James, Gordon. This is what is preventing you from conceiving and having a child and you desperately wanna child. So the the witch Meryl Streep makes it clear that the way to dispel the curse to lift the curse is that. You have to bring her three totally improbable things that you can fetch from the woods one of them being like a milky white cow. Yes, it's four things. It's a milky white cow Harris yellow corn a Cape is red as blood and a slippers purest gold. I was just trying to remember if I had those straight. Yes. So your husband how is my smell. So your husband the. The Baker set off to the woods by himself to to find these things. And you say I'm going with you and says I can do it on my own. But you've you go anyways, you meet him there, and you're incredibly helpful. And this song comes when he realizes he couldn't have done what he's been doing. Without you in the song is called it takes two. And you realize in the beginning of the song that he's become more brave and more interesting during this adventure in the woods looking for these things to fulfil the witches needs. Yes. So so here is my guest Emily blunt along with James corden from the soundtrack of the Stephen Sondheim musical the film adaptation into the woods. You've changed.

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"patricia field" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

09:05 min | 2 years ago

"patricia field" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is fresh air. And if you're just joining us, my guest is Emily blunt and her new film as Mary Poppins returns. And she plays Mary Poppins. So I think you're breakthrough movie role was the devil wears Prada in which. Yes, I'm sure you. No one's seen that movie. So so for anyone who hasn't seen it. I mean, it's set at this like high fashion magazine. Kind of vogue is that. Correct. Yeah. And Meryl Streep plays the editor in chief kind of. Yeah. Why am I going her name? Anna Anna winter. Yes. Yes. So Merrill, didn't actually based on Anna winter, she told Anna that she based on two men in Hollywood that she knew who will remain nameless. But I know who they are. Oh, that's very interesting. Yeah. Because she oh she so kind of like this and get me that and do this and that's not good enough. And everybody's kind of terrified her terrified over in a kind of hater. And they've lose lives once when she's president and they're doing things because she's they're there and the other one she's out in more more like themselves, but anyways, your her assistance, and she's a tyrant. How how how did you get the part? I had to audition for it. And I remember I was out in LA, which I found altogether overwhelming anyway, because it was very new and twenty two I think and I was auditioning at FOX studios for something else. And then they just through these sides at me, and they said, she would you just read for this other thing while you're here. Can you just read for it? It's called the devil wears Prada. And I I remember feeling really nervous because I was going to miss my flight. And so I think because of the exile she I probably felt about being late which I loathe being late in general. I think in some ways that worked because I had a sense of what it fretful energy about me anyway, and that rather worked for this anxious fractious. Starving. Assistant the I was playing. Yes. Because she's always in a hurry. And they're always began five minutes ago. So yeah, that's it. And she's just desperate and lives. Completely defines itself by this job that she does in the clothes that she wears. And she's really funny really really funny character just completely idiotic anyways. So that was the first time you've worked with Meryl Streep you've worked with her twice, cents and into the woods. And of course, now, you have a big scene a very funny scene with her in Mary Poppins returns, she's supposed to be intimidating in her character as the editor magazine did that carry. Right. I mean, I was more intimidated because I was very young. And it was sort of my first big film done one film before that, and she sort of stayed in a bit of a midway point throughout the day when it comes to the character, and who she is in real life, sort of I think she very much kept herself to herself on the devil west project, and I found out afterwards that because I learned so much about her after the film how gregarious um warm loving. She is that I think that character was quite hard for her because we don't be having a party on the other side of the set, and she would be sort of reading a book in the corner trying to stay focused and severe, you know, is this character. And then I really got to know her off to its John worked with her and he had a fabulous time and then thrown into the woods. And then again, she played my insane. Cousin topsy, and I do find it funny. That Marilyn I in every film, we've done we've played characters were bit contentious with each other. I'm just like when can we play sort of lovers or? Even friends, you know, I'm sort of waiting for the day. So what's the difference between how you were dressing at the time, you made the devil wears products. And how your character the high fashion? Runway magazine was dressing. A God, I'm sure I was wearing probably some ill-fitting jeans and some bad shoes and probably a top that was too low cut some obvious top. So I learnt quite a lot three Patricia field about fashion and about how brave you should be. And how autistic can be and I really love it. Now, I think probably because I tend to dress a bit like a teenage boy every day of my life. And then, you know, I get dressed up for these red carpets and the press junkets, and I really enjoy it. Because it is it's such fun. I find I find the style positive it, very artistic and very exciting. And. Because it's so not me. So not how I dress. I mean, my children even if I put on some makeup. They're like where you going. I think they would prefer me just be in sweatpants and high top trainers all the time. That's how they wanna see me. So in into the woods, which is a Stephen Sondheim musical. That's kind of a mash up of different fairytales. But. It's pretty dark. Yeah. So you in the film adaptation directed by rob Marshall who also directed. Mary Poppins returns you play the baker's wife. And that's that's how she described in the film as the baker's wife not trying to be sexist here. Okay. You are just the wife of the Baker. I'm the wife. He's the Baker. He's the Baker. So Meryl Streep plays this kind of like wicked witch kind of figure who's put a hearse on your house and this Curtis contentious. Yes, censures person. And this is what is preventing you. And your husband the Baker played by James, Gordon. This is what is preventing you from conceiving and having a child and you desperately want a child. So the the witch Meryl Streep makes it clear that the way to dispel the curse to lift the curse is that. You have to bring her three totally improbable things that you can fetch from the woods one of them being like a milky white cow. Yes, it's four things. It's a milky white cow Harris yellow corn a Cape is red as blood and a slippers purest gold of trying to remember if I had those straight. Yes. So your husband how is my melt. So your husband the Baker set off to the woods by himself to to find these things. And you say I'm going with you. And he says I can do it on my own. But you've you go anyways, you meet him there, and you're incredibly helpful. And this song comes when he realizes he couldn't have done what he's been doing. Without you in the song is called it takes two. And you realize in the beginning of the song that he's become more brave and more interesting during this adventure in the woods looking for these things to fulfil the witches needs. Yes. So so here is my guest Emily blunt along with James corden from the soundtrack of the Stephen Sondheim musical the film adaptation into the woods. You've changed. Different in the woods. Chevy. You're getting us through the wards. Much more. The nine new. It takes two. I thought one was enough. It's not true. It takes two she came through when the churn. He was roughed. It took you took two takes care. It takes patience. Fear and despair. So change change, tell the view. James? Arriving. There's something about the. Coming in. Stay the same. Then. Charming? One to begin. But then once you big on it takes off you. It's no fun needs to be done. You can do this. It's because I'm becoming. Accepting. What's there? We've changed with strangers. I'm meeting. That's my guest Emily blunt with James corden.

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"patricia field" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

16:08 min | 2 years ago

"patricia field" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is fresh air. And if you're just joining us, my guest is Emily blunt and her new film as Mary Poppins returns and she plays Mary Poppins. So I think you're breakthrough movie role was the devil wears Prada in which I'm sure you. No one's seen that movie. So for anyone who hasn't seen it. I mean, it's set at this like high fashion magazine. Kind of vogue is that fair to say, correct. Yeah. And Meryl Streep plays the editor in chief kind of. Why am I going her name? Anna Anna winter. Yes. Yes, Merrill, didn't actually based on Anna winter will she told her that she based on two men in Hollywood that she knew who will remain nameless. But I know who they are. Oh, that's very interesting. Yeah. Because oh, she's so kind of like fetch this and get me that and do this and that's not good enough. And everybody's kind of terrified her terrified over in the kind of hater. And they've moved to lives once when she's present. And they're doing things because she's they're there and the other one she's out in that more more like themselves, but anyways, your her assistant, and she's a tyrant. How how how did you get the part? I had to audition for it. And I remember I was out in LA, which I found altogether overwhelming anyway, because it was very new and twenty two I think and I was auditioning at FOX studios for something else. And then they just through these sides at me, and they said, she would you just read for this other thing while you're here. Can you just read for it? It's called the devil west product. And I think I remember feeling really nervous because I was going to miss my flight. And so I think because of the exiled I probably felt about being late which I loathe being late in general. I think in some ways that worked because I had a sense of what it fretful energy about me. Anyway. And that rather worked for this anxious fractious? Starving. Assistant the I was playing because she's always in a hurry and began five minutes ago. So yeah, that's it. And she's just desperate and lives. Completely defines itself by this job that she does and the clothes that she wears. And she's really funny really really funny character just completely idiotic anyways. So that was the first time you've worked with Meryl Streep guess you've worked with her twice since and into the woods. And of course, now, you have a big scene a very funny scene with her in Mary Poppins returns, she's supposed to be intimidating in her character as the editor magazine did that carry on onset. Right. I mean, I was more intimidated because I was very young. And it was sort of my first big film. If the got done one film before that, and she sort of stayed in a bit of a midway point throughout the day. You know, when it comes to the character, and who she is in real life, sort of I think she very much kept herself to herself on the devil west project, and I found out afterwards because I learned so much about her after the film how gregarious and warm loving. She is that I think that couch. It was quite hard for her because we'd all be having a party on the other side of the set, and she would be sort of reading a book in a corner trying to stay focused and severe is this character. And then I really got to know her afterwards. John worked with her and he had a fabulous time. And then thrown into the woods. And then again, she played my insane. Cousin topsy, and I do find it funny. That Marilyn I in every film, we've done we've played characters bit contentious with each other. And I'm just like when can we play sort of lovers or? Stephen friends, you know, I'm sort of waiting for the day. So what's the difference between how you were dressing at the time, you made the divorce product, and how your character at the high fashion. Runway magazine was dressing. Oh god. I'm sure I was wearing probably some ill-fitting jeans and some bad shoes and probably a top. That was too low cart some obvious top. So I learnt quite a lot three Patricia field about fashion and about how brave you should be. And how autistic it can be. And I really love it. Now, I think probably because I tend to dress a bit like a teenage boy every day. My life. And then, you know, I get dressed up for these red carpets and the press junkets, and I really enjoy it. Because it is it's such fun. I find I find the style part of it, very artistic and very exciting. And. Because it's so not me. So not how I dress. I mean, my children even if I put on some makeup. They're like where you going. I think they would prefer me just be in sweatpants and high top trainers all the time. That's how they wanna see me. So in into the woods, which is Stephen Sondheim musical. That's kind of a mash up of different fairytales. But you know, it's pretty dark. So you in the film adaptation directed by rob Marshall who also directed. Mary Poppins returns, you play the baker's wife, and that's that's how she described in the films the baker's wife. Yeah. I'm not trying to be sexist here. Okay. You are just the wife of the Baker. He's the Baker. He's the Baker. So Meryl Streep plays this kind of like wicked witch kind of figure who's put a curse on your house and this curse contentious. Yes, Sanchez person. And this is what is preventing you. And your husband the Baker played by James, Gordon. This is what is preventing you from conceiving and having a child and you desperately wanna child. So the the witch Meryl Streep makes it clear that the way to dispel the curse to lift the curse is that. You have to bring her three totally improbable things that you can fetch from the woods one of them being like a milky white cow. Yes, it's four things. It's a milky. White cow Harris yellow corn a Cape is registered blood and a slip as pure gold. I was trying to remember if I had those straight. Yes. So your husband hours maestas melt? So your husband. The Baker set off to the woods by himself toe to find these things, and you say, I'm going with you. And she says I can do it on my own. But you've you go anyways, you meet him there, and you're incredibly helpful. And this song comes when he realizes he couldn't have done what he's been doing. Without you in the song is called it takes two. And you realize in the beginning of the song that he's become more brave and more interesting during this adventure in the woods looking for these things to fulfil the witches needs. Yes. So so here is my guest Emily blunt along with James corden from the soundtrack of the Stephen Sondheim musical the film adaptation into the woods. You've changed. Different. Sure. Chevy. You'll getting us through the woods. Much more. It takes two. I thought one was enough. It's not true. It takes two. She came through when the chin. He was roughed. It took you took two takes care. It takes patience. Fear and despair. Change. Change you can tell if you do. Takes two. There's something about the. Chummy consider. One to begin. But then once you become it takes to you. It's no fun. What needs to be done? You can do this. It's because I'm becoming. Aww. Accepting. What's there? We've changed with strangers. I'm meeting you win. That's my guest Emily blunt with James corden from the soundtrack of the film adaptation of Stephen Sondheim's musical into the woods. So I don't I don't know when the last time you heard that was Emily blunt. But how does it sound to you? Sounds. All right. It sounds very to me. I I love. Did you get I love? I love that song. I think it's such a beautiful song, and such a sort of bonding moment for the two of them who tend to bicker and be at odds with one another. And I found the whole sequence singing that with him very funny and very romantic and I absolutely adore working with James. He's just the best crazy funny. Just so exciting to work with did you did you meet Stephen Sondheim and preparation for the movie. What what did he tell you? Did he give you any advice or insights that were really helpful? I singer or portraying the character. He he was in the recording studio, which we were all terribly intimidated by my husband, John was when I was recording. It takes two with James. And he said that Stephen Sondheim loved it and was sort of having his arms in the air was just sort of like floating along listening to it and the song finished. And apparently, he just went off that was fabulous. And so that made me feel good. And then I recorded another song and he came in. And he was like he was like, I think you're just thinking about it too much. I think you need to be right right on the beat you need to be right right on it your like dragging it. And I was like I'm sorry. David Zahn, tack. It went from thinking I could do no wrong to really disappointing him. He was just letting it drag just stop over thanking, you know, I guess he's honest. I take it. He's a song. He should be the which song was a. Moments in the words, and so how did you change after that? I just listened to us. Stop dragging it probably stayed right on the beat did deflate your confidence. No, no. I like the notes in the criticism. I think it's good that kind of. Stirs you up abate you got to find a different approach. Well, let's take a short break here. And then we'll talk some more. If you're just joining us. My guest is Emily blunt. And she now stars in Mary Poppins returns as Mary Poppins. We'll be right back. This is fresh air. WNYC is supported by the vital projects fund enemies of modern art where the critically acclaimed exhibition. Charles, white retrospective is now on view, more info and tickets at MoMA dot org. This is fresh air on ninety three point nine FM WNYC coming up at three o'clock. The takeaway, then four the latest news and analysis from NPR and WNYC on all things considered. This is fresh air. And if you're just joining us, my guest is Emily blunt, and her new film is Mary Poppins returns. And she plays Mary Poppins. So with Mary Poppins returns, your new film. Have you seen it with an audience? I have seen at once with an audience. And I thought it was. It was just an overwhelmingly wonderful experience, such as you sort of rediscover it through their eyes and the energy and the joy in the room was palpable and terribly exciting. You know, it's funny like for me. I was just like a few years too old to see it as a child. So and I was at that age where like you've just become not a child anymore like maybe. Did come out in nineteen sixty four the original. Yes, it did. Yeah. So I I would have been twelve or thirteen show. You don't want to be associated with child things at that age. It's like, no, I'm an I'm an adult now. And I was just a little too old twenty here songs like super California, lipstick expeditious or just a spoonful of sugar. And so I don't have a childhood associations with the movie. So I'm your first Mary Poppins, you kind of our I've seen it like last week. I watched some of the original. But yeah, I have no like emotional childhood connection with it. But I really like your films so much. So I'm I'm really curious. What people seeing it without any preconceptions will think that's kind of where. It's interesting because. I personally have found that even if people have not seen the original. I think that's still terribly moved by this version, and they don't really know why. I think probably the general nostalgic feeling and the spirit of the film represents how people grew up in the kind of films. They probably watched growing up. And then there are a lot of people who who would die hard fans at the original. And I quite like people like that going into awesome. Because I think they go into it with their arms crossed sort of wanting to hate it and they end up really loving Asian. I had this one journalist say to me the other day. He was quite cynical guy. He just said, I honestly went in not wanting to like, I don't like musicals, and I really liked the original as a child, I don't mind watching musicals. And he said when I saw you coming out to the clouds, I just started to solve and I don't know why. That's so awesome. For me to hear that. It's just I kind of liked both. I like people to a die hard fans. And I like people who've never seen it before. Emily plant. It's been great to talk with you. Thank you so much. Well, thank you very much. I love talking to you. Emily blunt stars as Mary Poppins in Mary Poppins returns. It opens tomorrow tomorrow on fresh air. Our guest will be Ben Taub of the New Yorker he reports that now that ISIS has been driven out of most of Iraq. Iraq is waging cruel and corrupt campaign of revenge. Hundreds of thousands of Iraqis including women and children are being detained tortured killed or cast out of society suspected of associating with ISIS. I hope you'll join us fresh Air's executive producer is Danny Miller. Our interviews and reviews produced an edited by any salad. Phyllis myers. San brigger, Lauren. Crandall highly Simone, Theresa Madden moods. Eighty the Challenor and Seth Kelly. I'm Terry gross..

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"First, Lieutenant Emily blunt in her breakout role as maranda senior assistant, and of course, Ann Hathaway as Andy our young brilliant and clueless heroin. She's in a meeting message. Oh kay. Can you? Please spunk. Bonna? Hello. Legendary costume designer Patricia field dressed them in hundreds of outfits and got an Academy Award nomination for it Merrill was nominated to of course, her fourteenth. But who's counting the film made over three hundred twenty five million dollars worldwide to call it a hit would be an understatement and Miranda priestly entered the pantheon of movie villains, which brings us back to the question. We're exploring in this episode. How do you make a great villain? David would say to me, you know, this is called the devil wears Prada. Not the not so nice lady. Exactly Marandus demands are insane. She wants a well done steak in fifteen minutes from a restaurant that isn't even open yet. She wants a flight out of Miami in a hurricane. She wants the manuscript for the next Harry Potter book before it's even published even if there are things we love about her this movie only works if the audience believes that working maranda priestly would be pure hell. In order to really dig into the specifics villainy I called an expert. That's right. An expert on villains. My name's Corey Sullivan, professor at New.

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