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James Bond is back with the first 'No Time to Die' trailer
"Since the beginning of the end for Daniel Craig's James Bond Street was up for the upcoming James Bond movie well done come on to bond to a total of two yes no time to die is Daniel Craig's fifth and supposedly final turn as the British spy and in the trailer we get a first look at rami Malek is the villain licensed no kind of dies out April
No Time To Die: First trailer for new James Bond film debuts
"He's back and ready for business Paul James the first full trailer for no time to die the twenty fifth James Bond movie was posted today and Daniel Craig is back as bond in his final outing as the British is by the film also starring Oscar winner rami Malek is due out April
No Time To Die trailer puts James Bond back in action
"Know time to die the official trailer drop this morning and it looks good the world is arming foster the we can respond west of the seven I need a favor the only one I trust in this this is the twenty fifth bond film and it brings bond out of retirement for one last mission with rami Malek is one of the
Renée Zellweger, Judy Garland, controlled and created (and fed drugs) by Hollywood's studio system
"AIR the new biopic Judy stars Renee Zellweger as the singer and Hollywood star Judy Garland during the final months of her life Judy Garland was forty seven when she died in London in nineteen sixty nine I film critic Justin Chang has this review Academy Awards voters can rarely resist a celebrity impersonation judging by some of the star turns that have won Oscars in recent years these are just performances their jaw dropping feats of mimicry Gary Oldman is Winston Churchill rami Malek is Freddie Mercury the new film Judy is being sold along similar lines Renee Zellweger is Judy Garland to judge by the breathless hype that has greeted the movie so far the approach seems to be paying off what makes Judy unusually fascinating for an otherwise standard celebrity biopic is that so worker isn't Judy Garland her transformation is impressive but hardly definitive even with the help of a dark wig and skillful makeup and prosthetics she doesn't exactly disappear into the role of the beloved singer and actress who captivated the public in movies like the wizard of oz and meet me in St Louis but even if you don't always believe you're in the presence of garland Zellweger nearly makes up in raw emotional commitment what she lacks in verisimilitude her intensely felt go for broke performance sometimes runs the risk of overwhelming this sturdy screen adaptation of Peter quilters stage play end of the rainbow. Judy begins with one of several flashbacks to the teenage garland on the set of the wizard of oz showing us how the industry created and destroyed her in the same breath her body an image or ruthlessly controlled by the powerful MGM studio head Louis B. Mayer who puts on a strict diet and gives her barbiturates amphetamines setting in motion the substance abuse problem that she will struggle with for the rest of her life but most of the movie is set in nineteen sixty nine long after her Hollywood heyday and mere months before her death at the age of forty seven Judy is now broke and virtually homeless dragging herself from one crummy Ellie club performance to another we meet her eldest child Liza Minnelli at a house party and also Judy's third husband Sydney loft who takes custody of their two young children well she reluctantly books a gig at the talk of the town night club in London although she's devastated at being separated from her kids Judy has little choice but to work overseas were her fans can still be counted on to turn out in full force. in London Judy's depression and insomnia quickly take over she pops pills skips rehearsals and nearly misses opening night but when she stumbles into the spotlight and starts crooning by myself and the trolley song her confidence come surging back and she enjoys having an appreciative crowd again. one night after a show Judy feeling lonely the friends an adoring couples Stan and Dan and joins them for a late dinner at their apartment in a touching scene damn played by Andy Nyman reminds Judy how much she means to her many gay fans sweet this you can't seem. sometimes I spy to get out there.
Rami Malek, Olivia Colman win top Oscars
"At last night's Oscars. Rami Malik won best actor for his for trail of Freddie. Mercury and bohemian rhapsody. Olivia cold invest actress for her role in the favorite,
Rami Malek and 'Bohemian Rhapsody' Win Big at 2019 Golden Globes
"With a look at some of the awards bestowed Sunday night at what some call the pre-oscars. Here's USA radio's Chris Barnes at the seventy six th annual Golden Globe awards bohemian rhapsody the saga about the rock band Queen which could have easily been categorized. As a comedy musical. Ended up winning the year is best motion picture drama enact Karami. Molly won best actor in a motion picture drama for portraying, Freddie. Mercury. The band's frontman. Thank you to, Freddie. Mercury for giving me the. Lifetime. I love you, man. The real, Freddie. Mercury died back in one thousand nine hundred ninety one while green book the account of a true life road trip through the Jim crow south could have been competing for best drama, it ended up winning the award for best comedy or musical and Christian bale. Tacoma, Golden Globe for best actor in a motion picture comedy for his portrayal of former VP Dick Cheney in vice for USA radio news. I'm Chris Barnes
"rami malek" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Queens. Biggest hits were in the seventies and early eighties like bohemian rhapsody. We will rock you. We are the champions and another one bites the dust, but those records have endured beyond their time on the charts. We will rock you, and we are the champions became popular chance at stadium sports events. Freddie. Mercury was a very theatrical performer with a big personality. He died of complications related to aids in nineteen Ninety-one Rami Malek's performances. Freddie, Mercury is a big contrast to his starring role in the TV series mister robot as it withdrawn hacker with social anxiety disorder that start with a scene from bohemian rhapsody. It's nineteen seventy-five. And Freddie Mercury. And the members of Queen are in the office of a record executive played by Mike Myers tacking about the record. They're about to release, Freddie, Mercury speaks. I recall the album a night at the opera. Are you aware that no one actually likes opera are like Opal? Do you? I do. Don't misunderstand otting. It's a rock and roll record the scale of Oprah the pace of of great tragedy. The wit of Shakespeare, the unbridled joy of musical theatre musical experience rather than just another record something for everyone. Something. Something that will make people feel belongs to them mixon rest with cross boundaries will will speaking bloody tongues. If we want to. Rami Malik welcome to fresh air. It's so much fun to watch you as Freddie Mercury. How did you get the part of, Freddie? Mercury. Did you ask to addition? Or were you invited? I was invited. Which is feels like a very rare thing, especially when you're on dishing for someone as magnificent and icon ick. As Freddie Mercury I was do shooting mister robot and the producers Graham king Denis O'Sullivan called me out to Los Angeles. And I knew what the meeting was about. So I started watching as much archival footage as possible sat down in their office in about five six hours later, I left that office being told that I had the job something that I did not quite believe driving back home. But I guess as append out. I did it was singing part of your addiction. It ended up being part of that audition. I warn them. I was not a singer. I told him don't play the piano. What I do when I'm out on dancefloor could be considered something having to do with rhythm. But probably not. I ended up flying myself out to London because I wanted to be prepared. It was never officially Greenland yet at this point. And I started practicing everything singing, piano. I started working with a movement coach because I knew that one day we were gonna do a proof of concept, which means they were going to take me to Abbey Road. And film me singing is Freddie, and they had a camera on me as well..
"rami malek" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast
"Thomas lafley who says easy? It's to be rope. Marshals nine Daniel day Lewis, Marion Cotillard Penelope Cruz, Nicole Kidman, Sophy Laurent, GD, Dench a. Yeah. I remember seeing that came off the back of Donatello is winning and all SCA, which doesn't narrow it down. Actually, does it. Because when every brings might only wins an Oscar, I think it was after Lincoln. It was a really remember really the time Daniel day Lewis is agreed to be in a rob Marshall musical this is left field. And it did not to him. We got another another one for the council Victorian. A mover said such a pity if he take scene by scene. It's good. But as a whole new fee, it just doesn't make sense. So confusing and over the top at another one with Michael bender will Lord did we didn't think of this earlier premier Theus? But how's it gonna amazing suppose so fast bend, Shirley, thrown guy? Pearce it yourselves, Sean, how still couldn't save it didn't mind premisses time until the last alien came out. And I hate that so much actually. Spoilt for me for me. Got others on the list missed out his a good one from Sinead O V. I don't know if it's the west ever or anything, but I feel like a low her definitely does. That movie combine the considerable talents and Chom of Emma stone. Rachel mcadams. Bradley caper Joan because it's gonna ended up being the end product did is baffling and let us not forget that ever stone played anchorman. She's since come out and apologize quite. He's. This is a decision that was made several people. Yeah. Okay. I also just want to briefly to psychosis. Think this is another one for potential shelter is all the king's men or collateral says Alexander, unfortunately for her Kate winslet's in both. Here's another interesting one. I'm not saying whether Kate Winslet is or isn't the best actress in the world, you know, sometimes she can be amazing. But anyone who's anyone who say one Oscars and then Don really appalling films trend, isn't it? One of my absolute favorites is Eddie red main with deep patera sending off to bed quasi. We everyday not though. He's absolutely nuts. -solutely acts the monk is out of that. He sat Sammy me. is save lying. Levels. Really knock any film that has Channing Tatum wearing eyeliner either. Can you really? Just before we move onto this week's. Also, just briefly readouts letter. I'm sure we got this through the post from close Mun from Lewis island. It may be an Email in reference to behavior actually 'cause we talked about behaving around. She last week. I think I may be in the minority when it comes to human wraps it because I really enjoyed it. No show. You will be because you know, it's doing all the boats off his people are enjoying it. A now it has its flaws skipping over the other members of Queen is flu and it hints. What Freddie's thought Hebron may say? Roger Taylor story. The other one and it hints at what Freddie's lifestyle is like without ever going to full detail. I accept do agree with those criticisms by enjoyed the film the songs and Rami Malek's performance on a separate. Could I ask you do have a separate the art from the artist when watching a movie? What is what this means by that? I guess ignoring the context of what the office has been up to. I don't think that's something. I have ever really prescribed to because I think it's almost impossible to separate the two. I don't personally. But if you believe in something like onto theory, if you believe in something like that. And that influences like kind of what dictates how a movie is. You can't also just be like butts. They may have done some bad stuff..
"rami malek" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk
"But the interesting one here's Romney Malik for bohemian rhapsody because prior to seeing bohemian rhapsody based on what I've heard is that he he was basically a shoo in for a nomination. Could wind up being a front runner to actually win. Then I see the movie I fall in love with the movie, and I walk out. And I go update my goal derby rankings, and I take them up a couple notches, then all of a sudden, the general consensus hits the web, and that completely changed everything. I still think he is getting the nomination. But I think his chances of winning have been reduced to zero. If Romney Malik wins best actor for bohemian rhapsody and bohemian rhapsody stands at like, a fifty something on rotten tomatoes. Have have we in recent history ever seen something like that happen? Even if the movie hits the ones that making a ton of money and being a major crowd-pleaser I would have to go back and check the tomatoes scores for like the acting categories and actually see if critical response sort of plays a factor in and who gets now man who ends up winning. Yeah. I just don't think it's it's not his ears. It's Bradley Cooper's year. Whether he wins or whether Vigo when it's one or the other. There's no way. I don't think Romney Malik, Freddie. Mercury was going to top Bradley Cooper into stars. And I know that you liked bohemian more than the stars. I I I enjoyed Bohe. I mean because in the conversation with bohemian rhapsody. It's like I can't tell you guys that bohemian rhapsody is the best movie to hit theaters this year at this point in time. I can tell you it was my favourite viewing experience year specifically because of how I walked away from it. All right. Effect not prohibit number four comes from Facebook. Stephen grant writes in honor of Halloween, what would be the one zombie based film, you'd get people to watch. If you could only show them one that definitively conveys what's on bizarre..
Rami Malek's response to question about Freddie Mercury being a gay icon doesn't go so well
"Ones. Dan Reynolds, who's the front man for imagine dragons, okay, and Marcus Mumford who's the front man for Mumford and sons stays are those are pry guys on my list. I had Bono on my list axl rose in his prime with guns and roses roses. Unbelievable. George Clinton with phone. Fuck Adele, parliament, he's like a ringmaster basically when he's states because there's just like fifteen musicians Robert plant, Mick Jagger, cr- the late. Chris Cornell Soundgarden was phenomenon Anthony Keita's, Anthony Keita's great Chuck d with public enemy sort of a different type of group, but he's like Brandon flowers from the killers. Okay. Yeah. I mean, those are those are all great frontman WADA, really good frontman. So the movies bad. It's about twenty two percent or song. I know does he sing? I what I'm not sure about this Romney Malik actually side that we I would hope that he doesn't only because if you try to sing and get yourself compared against Freddie Mercury. You're gonna lose. Yeah. No question. That's just set yourself. That's
"rami malek" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Wacky. Phoenix Jonah hill. Don't worry. He won't get far on foot. John you have thirty seconds about this. It's the new film from on San it's probably returned foam for him. It's very likable comedy drama about a real life cartoonists to John Callahan. Play by Phoenix who is an alcoholic who gets into a car crash, and it is left to be in a wheelchair for the rest of his life. And it's all about him recovering from that crash. But it was learning getting through L call it's almost twelve step program and cover from out Colosseum. And lending bit more by himself on his friends and family phones. One second to spare. Well done. And I point out as well, let if you haven't seen a lot of John carpenter's, great movies on the big screen and a lot of them are being released this weekend in cinemas across the country before coming out on Blu. Ryan four K all stuff among them have escape from New York. You've all seen nine lay live in the greatest longest fight scenes in history. New seen that got the fog fogs amazing. Everyone loves the fog, and my personal well, my favorite, but one I'm going to shout out prince darkness. If you haven't seen that I think it is carbon tres last great truly great movie. It is really weird, but very very good. So from our point of view, the posters of been designed by an as if no one illustrates, and he's really a new dimension to an freshen del still classic wipe Clayton. Those kind of things absolutely. Check them out check them out. And of course, the best film in cinemas still. We can all agree is, Jerry, Butler and hunter killer. We can all agree that and that is it for this week's empire podcast. Join us next week for more film related fun. We'll be joined by people forgotten. I should go there. My favorite. They're really good. Figures who have this Simon Pegg Nick frost. Together. Introduce until it was it was glorious until it a spacious occasion until we meet again. It is good by John Nugent. Goodbye goodbye from Helena. Nls. I've encountered. Molly Gibbs for this. A hat to know. I mean. Yeah. James isn't here. But you can catch him every Monday on the pilot podcast cutting up it out. Mark if he did. Come out. Yeah. Ooh. James? Get an ARCHE. Ooh, scary. Only you're about to leave. You can summon up. What is? Do you have a parting message for the listeners at home? What can I point has been lucky genuine family when I joined it was kind of fresh out some meeting working in the publishing industry, and what can with you guys? And sounds like I'm talking to you. It was really humbling experience to see people who have so passionate about what I do. They knew talking about of so much knowledge about film. I had to pick up quite faucets. Learn about film, and yeah, it's been nice to be with you guys. And I I'll miss out the most really kind of that the knowledge and the the Holly that you have full what you do the passionate is insane. I think they're going to live with anyone like empire Apart puff. from empire. So yeah, it's been a fun ride. I think is is I just keep supporting him pause much as you can Zayn designed for. Yeah. Just I guess just keep them in film supporting impose much cannon. Yeah. And enjoy enjoy film. Enjoy. All of this podcast. It before. But you're you're an amazing guy really talented, and it's very very, we're we're very very sad -sego because you've been tremendous part of the team for five and a half years, but go go. Yes. Yes. Free now. Wow. Beautiful. Sound like? Neil independent horizon sambas. Mrs. You're very kind to say. Okay. Thank you. Bye. Gibbs. And by for me, I am off to pick. Only gives up rap big bear hug an tournament side down shake him like that the thirty pieces of silver emerge. Was going somewhere else? On the bump show. Thanks for listening by.
"rami malek" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"I hope it's a comedy. The title carrots Lynn, which is funny that he's going to goals. Name to main clemen place, Colin Keith Reddin, less funny. Leila ones. This is this is a kicker plays Rudny von Duncan Steiger. That's true. That's get isn't that come on that scale. But yes, so it's it's if the greasy strongly. Kim Newman in his review says the greasy strangle was more of a gross out serial kill Horo, maybe. And this is kind of a mutant film powered by obsessive desire as he puts a very good by putting it's less colty. It's says less Greece. There's less gross out stuff. It's still fucking with like, it's really strange, and it set in a very specific world's I really love the sort of aesthetic that they have. It's just this sort of, you know, Salai Lee strange seventies eighties. People have very bad hab facial hair. There are people who, you know, look like they shouldn't usually be on a cinema screen on a cinema screen, but it it's a sensually. There's a sort of shaggy dog story about s-, you know, a Bank robbery that goes wrong. And there's a bit of a love triangle between free characters. It's it's it's it's an old one. It's one of those things when you. Private press screening at like nine o'clock in the morning and two of the people, and it's just feels like this is not a nine o'clock in the morning. This is a film you wash ally Charles or something you've had a few biz. And as a misfit to it because it's just strangest. It's film you need to watch with an audience. I think that's precisely though when we want the greasy strangler. Do remember remember that? Yeah. Yeah. It was very excited by this. Morning. I recall afternoon, we had just watched moonlight just seen moonlight full hand. From that to this. But it's it's it's it's a tricky one. Really, I think if you hated greasy starting than you'll probably going to hate giving with Flynn if you lights agree strongly. The way and evening. It's it tests. Your patience is a lot of drag jokes dragged out that it's it's just quite all. And. No, no, always in a successful way. Perhaps. It's very long. I feel feels like it's way too long. But again, it's just like unique, and I'm really happy to someone like Jim Hoskins allowed to make movies in the way that he does. So, you know, it's it's very hard. It's very dependent on the kind of person you are whether or not you like this. I had fun with it. And I think. Invest with this because I feel like this other carrot says they will fit into so. Yeah. There's a couple of pop-up in in this film. Joyful way. Let's hope that there's more films in this sort of really strange confusing wolves that he's built four stars in for an evening. Beverly Loughlin frequently in dispatches also at this week. We have the hate you give. Yeah. This is the station of the young adult novel starring Amanda stem Stemberg based on the novel on the is it's really ready to get actually this is this is basically about star Carter a young girl living in a deprived. Mostly African American neighborhood who witnesses one of her childhood friends being killed by a policeman being shot by policemen. And she then is put in an incredibly difficult position. Should she testify or not she she suspects that nothing will be done? If she does testify she fairs that it won't matter. But it will nevertheless bring down the world upon her head, you know, from sort of racist people who wants to defend the corporal circumstances to the drug gangs in a row neighborhood. Who don't approve anyone speaking's the police in any circumstances lead in this case by Anthony Mackie's king? So it's it's kind of a drama really about her choice. I won't does. She do. How does she react put in this impossible situation? She's fantastic. Thankfully, Regina whole as her mum. And Russell Hornsby's. Her dad are Berlin. It's really strong family unit, and you get reinvested in these people's well-being. It's quite a long film. I think north of to ours. If I remember correctly, a kind of earns the time, she spends on character rather than just on sort of incident or playing things up, and yeah, I I really like to to good stuff. Sounds. Great sounds really cool. The hate you. Give is already came out Monday enforced ours for that..
"rami malek" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"That's good in that, you know, getting a wide audience to look at this film about a gay hero. And on the other hand, it's bad because it's not in any way, challenging them or in any way, confronting them with any sort of, you know, rough corners rough edges, but you know, I think I think this would be a decent size slash big hits. It could fill the credit showman gap in people's lives. I think just because of the effectiveness of this live bits the music itself. Run Rami Malek, I think as going to carry it to that sort of audience. But but yeah, whether it does Justice to Queen story. That's that's a whole other discussion. I think there I'm Terry the other day she says the BBC four documentary on Freddie, Mercury. It's still the one to go four. If you want to know more about him as a person. But yeah, we give it three stars three stars. Which was always say on the podcast is a Queen Dacian. We don't see a requiem. No just recommendation three stars in for Bahamian rhapsody and move onto the darn toilet debut on the big screen at least of Garth Maranghi himself, Matthew Holness, and if you haven't seen dark place, I strongly urge you to do so is one of the greatest. Yes. Six episodes half hour comedies producing the last twenty five years in this country. It is absolutely sublime seek it out Garth Moore dark place. I won't say anything else. Just see laugh channel. Chunnel full YouTube. I don't all the. Some clips from a now he's being tweeted them going the wrong aspect ratio. They've corrected it, and he's very happy. So amazing. Yeah. We didn't have room in this week on the podcast from the homeless. I'm hoping that we can find time down the the next few weeks to get him in. Because he's a fascinating guy. Really smart really knows is onions. But this is possum is debut and resign mentioned Garth megastar places because I think you might watch that and think, oh, this is going to be a chuckle fest is going to be a tongue in cheek Roenick heart and ain't no John Nugent to know. It's knows no. It's really dog place. You might say to genuine dog place. Yeah. It's it's it's interesting, isn't it? I remember an example of somebody who's parody genre to make serious entry in that show. And it's I think it's really impressive. It's it's a very foam is nothing funny about two very unsettling extensively. I guess the plot is you Seth in this very English little town, and we have on the news sort of in the background a fourteen year old boy has gone missing. And it's sort of unclear what happened to so we follow this, man. Philip played by Sean Harris who in in across the film. It's not quite clear. What's happened to this missing? Boy, I'm where the Philip is involved in some way shot in a very sort of unconventional way. The editing is quite sort of like, it's never quite clear. What's real? And what's notes possum of the Thais? Oh, is this gruesome spiderlike puppets that he keeps in a bag in the bag? But also, maybe not puppet, maybe it said alive. Who knows? So it's I thought was really impressive. It's someone like, Sean Harris Iowa. So he was he looked out to place in a big Hollywood blockbuster. He looks completely in places perfect film. He's got he's got great face for horror. He's sort of mixture of vulnerable kind of creepy and. Particularly. E come back of the throat cut up a little bit high pitched and. I really works and giving you that sense of unease, and if the whole film, there's no real sense of breaking out from that. You'll once you're in you're in you didn't always going to go you've pretty beautiful poetry that goes through as well. It takes you a long, especially with the music as well phonic workshop first feature film. They votes on. They've been going since nineteen fifties..
"rami malek" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"But he is he's radiating good. And an otherwise it does sometimes feel a little bit. You You know? know? Pick one a one very much a Trump through the sort of the famous moments on the sort of he eras that you think must have happened. The one thing I would say is that obviously there was some controversy because the the first trailer focused on Lucy Boynton Mary Allston who was at one point girlfriend wear engaged. And then they obviously he was gay. And so they broke up on. So, but she did remain a close friend and confidante on the film, first trailer focused on her to such an extent, it seemed to be straight washing his entire life. And she is still a big part of the film as she was a big part of his life. The film makes no bones about the fact that he was gay on that he was out, and, you know, having a lot of rockstar style fund with people, but also dwells on so little. That is rather sidelines. So it's weird film because I felt like with actually lying about anything. He did it would be hard to make less of it. Feels like a film made by his friends who want you to think well of him at every stage in his life, and that's fine. But I think we can all love him, even knowing he was difficult sometimes even knowing he did some things that were, you know, hurtful to those around him, and even knowing that he does things that were harmful Mussa voltage himself, and I feel like the film dawn plays some of those elements to such an extent that it feels it still feels a little bit straight washy, even without actually technically being that it I felt it was very coy about that side of it not just outside of his life. But other things as well. I mean, there's there's it's such a PG thirteen so such a sanitized. Version of mercury's live. It is mercury story is called Bahamian rhapsody about Queen. But it's really about, Freddie. Mercury. And the other three guys are all fine. Everyone's good one of them shows the young kid Tim from drowsy park plays Joan deacon the group's bass player groups as player and. Good. What the hell I didn't know until the credits my Toby Stevens epiphany from last week. I really should go into these movies. But. But. Me. I thought the music is fantastic. It's great. You know, I like a lot of Queen stuff. So it's all good. But there's some really strange decisions in this film. I wanna see if it was written by cliff notes because it just felt like it was a quick glance at -pedia page feed it into final draft screenplay, and that's that's the process behind it. And there's I mean, there's an element of that. But I did think it was quite charming at times. I thought the interaction in the band was sweet actually Gwilym Lee is is the yes, also really important is Brian. He's just really likeable and that that can help both the selling both selling point on the problem of the film for me that feels very cozy like came this thing that's going to be a really big Hayes because there's nothing to challenge. You know, your dad who has the best of Queen type, which as we all know any type left in a car for more than four nights turned into Quinn Equipment. type. It's a good omens joke. Craigslist. Before. But you know, you're you're kind of your non who still listen to your best of Queen CD than is gonna is gonna find nothing particularly upset her in this film on one side..
"rami malek" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"I think if it was earlier on I would have had more pause. What what really worked for me and the entire cast and crew I think is the subject matter prepared us because no one was out there kind of just, you know, checking in and clocking in. I guess is the right phrase, we all had done so much homework in came in so prepared and then. Obviously, we're playing a band, and and that kind of relationship took over the boys, and it it began to influence every other aspect of the set. This was a very very tight Nick group. And we had a absolute legend in Tom Siegel. Who is our? Yeah. Our DP who continued this cohesive vision for the rest of the movie and Graham king and Dennis O'Sullivan. Our producers were there every single day had Brian May, you know to talk to throughout. So when Dexter came on. It was just just continuing what we were doing and had a had a great time with decks because he's obviously such a talented actor in you know, that that was another way of working with with a director who. Communicates from an app perspective of of having been an actor. Yeah. Still is was was something that I found very helpful. So Romney's been an absolute pleasure. Thank you so much. Thank you. My pleasure. Okay. So and that's now talk about the film, which he stars. It is behemoth rhapsody is the long in development bio pic of Freddie, Mercury. And Queen who believe sold a few records are to over the years ought to be making this one. It is this is directed interested enough by Bryan singer. Now, of course, he was fired by FOX, which is if you to go on the production, but he gets full credit despite the Dexter Fletcher came in to finish the film off. So that's oversee in the background in the background. But what do we make the Phil? Well, so it is a very kind of straight head bio-pic. I think you know, there's the flashback from the key concert moments through, Freddie, mercury's life. It's honest. They like walk hard never happened. But I it's a fairly serviceable quick run three, you know, Freddie, Mercury in particular. But Queen is a holes kind of rise to fame as stadium rockers. I don't know where they hair rox stadium. Rock one of these both of those possibly may have invented both. They may have the film is I think that's quite a good job of explaining. You know, what was different about them? What was interesting about them? And how they made themselves standout achieve the levels of success that they it's also really good on their live performances and getting some of the Tristan those across and a lot of that is down to Rummy. Malik fantastic performance. As Freddie Mercury. I think he's he's obsolete. Wonderful. He is the the key weapon in this films selling points..
"rami malek" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"And now Brian May. And Roger Taylor have come in and worked Freddie's vocal into huge chunk of this film. The majority of which I think the the world will be very pleased. But there are moments are moments in the film where you can tell it's using live with it's not necessarily the performance sections, though when when onstage states and he's singing to people to singing almost an impromptu. Singing, right. Feels like it's you there's there's an amalgamation of voices. Yeah. Okay. So you there's quite a compendium of of Queen hits in the movie. Is there anything that you didn't get to sing or perform that you were a slightly disappointed about there's no there's no flash. For example, in the in the film. There's no flash flash. There is I mean, there is so much throughout the film. As I grew to be the fanatic that I am now, I call myself, a Queen fanatic. I can't you know coming in every dancing. Well, what about this? How can we incorporate this on what about these moment? One thing. I did that I did early on which was really useful is I took all of the. Songs that Freddie wrote and wrote out his lyrics, just as you see what he was underneath everything. Because obviously that's coming straight from his soul. Yeah. Yeah. So in getting to know, some of the less lesser known, Freddie. Mercury songs I kept saying well, can we put this in we? Of course. Yeah. Of course flash. At one point. I said we we should move in between scenes with just flash every time as joke. Yeah. Right. Every scene in the film that would be a different movie you mentioned earlier on. I mean, you're clearly somebody went into this ferry prepared and fray determined to turn up day one. Knowing as much by Freddie and feeling much off ready. I guess as you possibly could. Now does that it's not something you've always had through your career? Or does that come from the experiences growing up as an actor where you're you're doing a day playing gig or something like that? Maybe you haven't been prepared as you would like do you think do not again? Well, no, I've never I like to think that have come come prepared to every job doing it. I don't wing it. No. I I find myself drawn to roles that would never allow for winging to be an option. I mean, they've yeah. I I enjoy playing very complicated. Individuals and it's not only doing Justice to to Freddie and honoring Freddie, but there's a a legacy there, and and people millions of people who have a relationship. With him that respond to aspects of his life and his personality that they can connect with. So there's no option to to wing it. When when you know something like that of this weight is on the line, and that goes for any role because I'm if someone appreciates the role. They obviously connected to it in some way. And I take that responsibility. It it it too heavy one for me. Yeah. And and for me as an actor, the the preparation is one of my favorite parts of this gig. I love I love the moment to moment being in front of a camera and collaborating never, you know, of course, bringing spontaneity to to every moment. But I think the greatest moment of spontaneity calm when when you've done a substantial amount of homework, we have. Stuff to to draw upon is there, and then you can just let loose and what better way to let loose on camera than by playing, Freddie. Mercury. Something about you. I I. Try to usually harness. What I'm doing in front of a camera because I'm very aware how well camera picks up on every single nuance. In emotion, you're feeling and add say one thing I had to get used to Freddie is how big and bombastic I could be in front of a camera. And I remember I remember Tom Hollander came up to me one day after shooting seating. Are you always this loud? Think about the character. No. I'm definitely not always this allowed. That's amazing. I have to ask about the the the director on this movie started out with Bryan singer Brian left the project towards the end of production, Dexter Fletcher came in as an actor. What's that like the crossover from directed to to rector? Does it? Give you pause or do you just take?.
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"Which is a bummer. It does feel like more of a business decision than anything else. I feel like if Disney didn't have this new streaming service that they're about to unleash on the world that it wouldn't have been the same decision. I think you know, the the mobile net flicks shows sort of moderate quality, I think, but I I haven't seen the new series of. But I've heard is it's pretty decent moments. I think just seems like Disney just sort of consolidating their assets on just Just so so they've they've got really. a really powerful offering when they launched this new streaming service next year. Some people have been speculating that the L follow will happen in the comics where the I'm fist, and and cage comics selling that. Well, so they just team them up to make a Harris for higher GIO. And so that may they might be one season where they finished those stories in sort of team up season. Could be cool. Yeah. They were much better together in the defenders. Exactly. Yes. Spicing is a kind of a little bit. You know, they feel a little bit second tick compared to that. I'm On terry. a little bit. Nine fist in particular. But, but but together, I feel like props this something a bit more compelling that I think on the will only know for sure once find out the fate of the other shows there are still three in play at the moment. So there's daredevil Jessica Jones and punisher and there's been no talk about punish the season two. But they can just sometimes just drop these things go. Here you go we presume it in secret. But I don't know it does feel a little bit to me like just watch the space. But it does reveal kind of Ruth aside. The Netflix didn't think that they really had. I always had this. This idea of Netflix is being sort of benevolent home for TV shows at once you get a show at Netflix. You're set up for life, and you have multiple seasons and everything's cool. But they can't keep up that pace of programming. No, they can't they really can't. Speaking of Disney. Big changes in the Disney animation Pixar division as Ed capital has announced that he's stepping down as president of both. He's the kind of. Pixar funder who isn't as talked about as the other two, but he is an absolutely crucial figure, he's he's a technological genius. First of all. But also, he's always had an interest in story. Like, he gets credit for the tech side of things. Maybe not enough for his creativity and his his artistic ability. I think as well. He did I believe I'm sure people right in tell me, otherwise if I'm wrong, basically, invented texture mapping, which is basically wrapping texture around us sort of wire shape in an key computers. Yeah. One of the most important things you can do and that's basically early on in his career. And that was you know, and then he teamed up with John Lester, and then they Lucasfilm computer division, Don to find Pixar. He's let them to astonishing success ever since. So yeah, he's stepping down he'll serve an advisory role until the middle of next year stepping down at the end of this year. And yeah, we'll be massively missed I think was doing. Now's you move it on. So he's retiring? As far as I know. He's just stepping down. But he retiring they're calling it retiring. So okay. I think he's probably hit his target and is h q. His book, by the way is a favorite good insight into how you build a company like Pixar and still manage to pay more than lip-service creativity. It's called creativity Inc. Creativity inc. And it's available right now. That's wonderful. Another plug. I interviewed him a few years ago when he came in to talk about the book for the apple filmmaker series of you Google at you can check it out as a podcast as he fascinating guy. But very quickly idea of net. Flicks game the Toro has announced his first Dr to'real project post winning gold guys for the shape of water. And it is a stop motion animated version of Pinocchio..
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"Expensive that we don't own. So please go for gopher what do you mean we actors? Film ready Christmas in recently. Well, recently. Recently came up in hostel the hostile to. Film film. We the new join English three. Yeah. Oh, my friend filled the sting of the cutting room scissors. I was meant to be in the will of first hostile Nick nine. We're in a in a scene in blitz. And we were we were we were playing journalists and neither visit any. So we have to point. And then ask this person something oh God. And they cut that scene entirely. So and now he's. He's he's going place bounce back. Needless to say. Nick, driving barefoot the Dundee. Raises believe he is around some point. Well, that's exciting news. Isn't it? Exciting now on this is this genuinely surprise me. So last week we talked about how Netflix canceled iron-fist there's going to be no invest season three and everyone kind of went. Yeah. All right because I don't think we'd watch the second season was better. But clearly not enough people want to see season two. What's the problem in this week is that Netflix Lynn also went onto council, Luke cage, and they said that the so it looked like a season three renewal order cage was formality. And then in something like a forty eight hour period discussions between marvel Netflix created differences that oh just went completely different directions. And so they decided that it was best just to pull the plug now. What do you think about that? And do you think we've seen the last of Luke cage one theory? And I think there may be something to this is that marvel and Disney are cleaning house and are going to bring these characters back. They're launching their streaming service next year Lorena narrowly, forty announced going to be some marvel content with low key and scarlet witch limited series as well. So it would make sense for them. Why would they want to see some of their characters on another network slash streaming giant? So they'd be bringing them back and maybe doing a here's Fajar type thing. Yeah. I mean, this is looking like the the golden age of being able to see most things with signing up for millions of different services is coming to..
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"So that's COPA seat. Been on his heart powder is different film been. Yeah. Hot powder point. Yeah. Yeah. No actually remember seeing that. Yeah. People people with Lesley Manville. He's starring in. Looks very unlim- Niessen. At least unlike his recent. Yeah. It's it's basically they are an absolutely as the title suggests normal couple who don't go on rampages of revenge typically love each other and have built a life together over many many years, and then she gets a diagnosis of breast cancer and its effects their relationship and their lives. So that looks to be more getting in touch with his acting ability than his, you know, are you saying that he's not acting. I'm saying that he's spending more time in there's other films between acting stints kicking ass and taking names. People by Lisa and Clinton labor and who the good vibrations which came out a few years ago under Northern Irish. So I play. What? Sticking long. Since I've been back home that I've forgotten people say over there. That I really do need some feta. People say, how's your mother is? Your mother mother Marky. Mark says, no. Say Hello to your mother for me. Worst. Keep let keeper let what about you. Let. Litz like that, you know, buzzfeed's. Keep the far within you burning bright. Hear this one. I'm used to say this to be all the time your heads Marley. Marley head some Molly never understood that meant. Bob, Molly Jacob Marley comes from marble suggests that your head is sold glass and his buffing of worth in it. Knock your melt in one. No. But I have heard mushroom your mush, man. Does hungry now. All right. So let's do nothing lose shenanigans. Anything else happening in the world of movie news. Yeah. There's a couple of things actually I don't bring anything, by the way. He's come empty-handed his own party. We can give you something. I've noticed that. He's been slacking off the last few weeks. I checked out. John. I have some sexy released they news. We'll get excited. State changes in the slate. Just that one the woman has been delayed. I believe seven months. It was to be released November twenty nineteen and in June twenty twenty you have won a prize and. There's a saying that they they put the movie where belongs in the original of some release date of of the original. I'm sure it has nothing to do with five of the Star Wars. His outs. Christmastime twenty nineteen probably. Honestly, these things movies burn themselves out now within four. So wonder woman would have been made all his money by point. Nba? Yeah. Yeah. I yeah. This is this is also so they can make the movie as good as it can possibly be sure it's been a long shoot for that one. I hear I don't have any information. But I believe it's been quite a long shoot. And it's it sounds like this moving parts guests I'd say they probably be filming until December. But. I don't know. That's coming completely out of thin air over. Sure. But there's a lot of stuff to to to do the special effects. They have to fix Chris pines face. Yes. It's too beautiful that actually breaks screens. Really does do something big Alcott's face as well. The who wants to? Look at those two for two hours nightmare. The interesting thing about this is it goes into the slot that the six billion dollar man once had this. Mark will bugs remake of the six million dollar, man. This is so that six billion dollar man now doesn't have a release date which sorry shooting. It doesn't have anything. Marky, Mark, perhaps that doesn't need anything. Has a pretty tight schedule. You know, he's his no time said v. Film into three showers. No word on. That's incredible. His say film six. Perhaps between opening mail and spending time with family, whatever. Free four hour showers. Smell that much? A lot of work. So we do that we act do. Talking about. Lost your mind. Anymore?.
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"Is completely clean slate and have something really fun and capture this spirit. Really, the only genuinely could film in the fun size. I would I would wait you. That's a bold statement. It's supposed saints. The first one five right in the rest, some are in three two and three. I think Vinci's the the meal magician here in a way. I mean, he wasn't vote with four which role Marshall and five which was going. You'll come running SPN Sandberg. Thank you. Just think for ski brought some some real visual flair two to three which are bunkers, but. Yeah. Elliot stories they saw a captain Jack very much as a as a sort of Figaro characters so sort of trickster character. And that was the archetype they were going for when it worked brilliantly. But if everybody was a trickster, which is essentially this the point we got to buy the third film. It just got confusing. I find and so I feel like if you're going to have a that's fine. But then you need some straight arrows for him trick or her and there were no straight IRAs anymore. Everybody was bent as it were. It's a thing thing until it becomes more of a solid thing despair. Too much precisely. Yeah. Other good writers. We shall see. We shall see anything else. New trailer today for from coal pursuits. Then if you've heard about it. So there was a film in two thousand fourteen called in order of disappearance was drafted by Hans Petter Moland, and he's now directing a remake of his own film, and this is an English language remake. So. The film had Stephens thaws. God's playing Neal's Dickman goes on revenge for the death of his son and Liam Niessen is playing Nells cokes Mun, really. I'm I'm not not making making this this up. up. Given the news dick rumors about big limb. Cokes Mun pretty much on the nose by knows. I mean, the one that is. You can see Chris generally wiggling, his eyebrows right now. Staring at me again. There's just a lot to unpack that name isn't there? There's a lot if I just call them kneels the tripod. It's another Liam Niessen. You know goes on the rampage sort of maybe, but maybe a bit lighter. And also he's in a snowplow. Particular set of snowplough skills..
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"At some point. We riffing on on his idea of goblin that did MAC and cheese. I'm we would discuss the physiology of the goblin and does the does the MAC does the macaroni manifest in the God one. The But. cheese or or that you different organs, and the goblin create the MAC and cheese or do you feed the goblin macaroni and cheese sauce is his is what's inside of him in cozy macaroni and any bombs at up anyways stuff like that? Which which? The thought that he has to separate organs that generate grows. Macaroni type Najah lls crates. The such he's lake sauce. But the scene in the movie where that happens. I wanted him, you know, this sort of idea of the scene as he has just had the most traumatic experience of his life, and he walks into his home, which now feels like an alien landscape, and that is magnified by the absurdity of this thing on television. It's like the universe slapping him in the face with this lunacy. You know, originally, we're just gonna try to find an actual commercial air that gave that feeling, but at some point after talking so much about Jeter goblin kind of fell in love with with the. Maybe we can find a way to actually make this commercial. But we had so little time. And all the department has stretched so thin that we thought, you know, we have to outsource this. I'm we're both friends of this. This amazing filmmaker called casper. Kelly who I think has made one of the most stunning short films ever made too many cooks. Oh that guy. You've mentioned that that's going to be sticking my head for the rest of the Speedo. Yeah. And so we call them, and we're like we have a thousand dollars or something make cheddar Godwin commercial. And then he said I can do that. Weeks later there. It was. I sent him. You know, I just made like a look book that was essentially just photos of googlies, film, gullies and photos of MAC and cheese. Just to get the exact, right? Look for it. We sense that the link between too many cokes. Yeah. At the screening last night. And if it's kind of interaction with the. No casper was nice enough to give me the original cheddar goblin when we met at Sundance, and I was very moved by that. And cheddar goblin lives in my home. G gee, cheddar goblin does. Anyway. The school for the film is is Johan Johannson still. Still strange that he's he's not with us anymore there through the year. There have been a couple of films coming out of the Mary Magdalene early. The was the Johan school and his his music brings so much to Mandy into the atmosphere and feeling of it, can you tell me a little bit about what it was like working with Yohannan. How did you guys kind of create the the soundscape really Mandy I didn't know what to expect from from him before before I talked to him, and you know after only after chatting with him on the phone for fifteen minutes. I realized that she really resonated with one of the same thing that interested me, then he grew up in Iceland, listening to heavy metal and stuff like that. And you know. Was just so passionate about about about about the move. Even just from everywhere the script, really, really. Imagine what he wanted to do. I I wasn't sure at first because I thought scores are quite austere. But after talking to you realize that he's also interested in exploring disintegrating, sonic textures, and the most important thing, I think to both of us was that it wouldn't be a pastiche of old style. More like an interpretation of them in a kind of strange disintegration of them like a disintegrating rock operas them. And you know. Yeah. I mean, I felt I felt very kindred spirit and him, and I feel like we're only scratching the surface. Yeah. Looking forward to doing more with them in some meals with them. Is really an amazing soundtrack Athena's woolen, especially among all the amazing stuff that he's done that will definitely be be remembered, and especially contributes to the whole atmosphere and tone of the film. It's an amazing piece of work. I feel really honored at Navan..
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"For the third time and suddenly was overcome with the motion, which I find interesting, you know. That's good. I'm trying to make films that stand up to repeating things that reveal themselves over time, especially the the experience of of watching Mandy such a hypnotic film, everything from from the way, the visuals and the and the sound mix and Johan Johannson school comes comes together. I think especially it was my first time seeing it last night. And is overwhelming experience on so many levels. What film stand out the the are an experience to watch the half that overwhelming kind of sensibility to them which films made an impact on you in in that way. I feel the film that really hits me in that similar way is is the shining. Every time. I see it feels like a completely. Bolan rattling emotional experience for me. You know, I actually had a went and saw that movie once repertory theatre had a very very bad sound system. There was no base, but extremely piercing high notes trouble. And I think it triggered announced flashback ME. And I start seeing myself as Danny? And and and and show, Yvonne, Jack Nicholson's my as my parents. And it was it was exhausting intense emotional experience. And the film is just so visually driven. Making black ramble might goal was to make. Translate a transformative moment sort of audio visual experience almost like a musical in a way and satisfied enough with. The result of that. I wanted to go further with it on mansion and really a rock, bro. I mean, I think it's like the most metal thing. Mandy, three three, and you talk about about acid flashbacks, and there is kind of LSD in the film this theme and an apart- point. And also, I mean, the visual style of is is very tricky and intents and everything's based in strange colors, how go about taking those kind of conceptual ideas, I'm making them on the screen drugs in these films like their comments like mythical catalysts that plant transplant transit transport. Your characters kind of mythical kind of states of mind and mythical realms. Yeah. I mean, I did I did in high school. I smoked lots of weeded mushrooms and ashes and stuff like that. But eventually after friend of mine passed away. Startup those trips dark, and I became aware of a gaping hole in my heart. And that's all that I would feel when I when I would do drugs and so. What was initially positive? Late knee experience very dark and some kind of like suspicious of idea of. People using those substances for prolonged periods of time to cheat some kind of enlightenment, I think. Turn. Gonna start eating with somebody. You know, if they depend on too much with those experiences. Yeah. Kind of turning dog for. Yeah. Do you Channel Nine's, Phil? Now is film. You'll jerk these days. Yeah. I mean. Yeah. You know, it always was, you know, I think you know during that period. We're trying to, you know, Blitzer eight myself that kind of lost. Track of that. But it's been kind of nice to just kind of. Really? This this film is it is maximum cage. Anybody, but who you think could have pulled this off? Did you always have him in mind? How would the film of function differently? Yeah. I don't know. It's weird to think, you know, like if you paint a painting one day after you, actually if you see a painting. On the wall painted a day later with all the colors different, you know, strange thought, and these things are so there's so many dispirit factors that going to make a movie that it's like, you know, if you make a week, so many things could end up being different potentially, you know, as far as cast and stuff like that. But originally, I I wanted him to play the villain, Jeremiah sand and. I'd gotten feedback that this was a possibility. So I wrote rewrote Oliver dialogue for him at him with him in mind. And then I went and met with them. And he said, I don't wanna play Jeremiah. I wanna play red Miller so late blindsided by that. But. In a way, if you hadn't thought of him for the character, or you just didn't think Nick cage, you'll be the lead in inland movie. Yeah. You know, I hadn't thought of him for the character. And I just I just. I just. Sort of fixated on the idea of playing, Jeremiah. And I'm kind of you know. Kinda fall in love with that idea. So when he said..
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"Online dot C O M, and I will be creating an impossible cost as Royal? There's already another. I'm purple cast for the show. Confusing. She gonna stop leaping leaving. Okay, time now for a I guess this week panels coast mantis is not just the son of the director, George pinkos madhouse, who of course, the delights of first blood part two and tombstone films that got sadly no longer with us. But he is now a director in his own, right? And he made the absolute gone zone near instant classic. That is Nick cage going mad in Mandy, which is out on DVD on October twenty ninth. When is up Monday. What is that Monday, Monday, October twenty ninth? Thank you. Helen, I'm completely away with dates the moment. So there you go you can pick up on DVD entrepreneurs also still in cinemas, if you can find it in the UK and panels came into London recently, we sent a long Ben Travis tavern shot with him that touches on the the crazy stuff in the movie as well. But also gets a little bit personal deep about Cho's Mattis and his his life. So do enjoy so. Welcome to the employee, put casts panels. Kuzma, toss director of Mandy probably the strangest film in in a good way that I've seen this year. How you doing? Thank you doing great. I saw the film last night at the screening church. Union chapel in is Lincoln. Yes. And it was a really unique venue to see this film, which has lots of. Nncholas cage versus religious cultists, lots of intense scenes of battling chainsaws and battleaxes and all kinds of madness seeing film church, did you ever expect that Mandy would ever be shown in a church only in my wildest daydreams? King diamond concert or something. It was the church lit up with a in those lights. So I wanted to start by asking I is such a singular unique film is in original film. Where did Mandy come from was? It was a fever dream was a nightmare. There's so much rich imagery where does that come for the movie that came straight from my dreams like the black skulls? Born of a nightmare that I had strange abandoned farmhouse men covered black tar. Malevolent cruelty and moved very strangely. And after dream, I realize. It had to be. I mean, both is the my first black rainbow was a very long kind of strange process being born. In nineteen ninety seven my mother passed away. I kind of spiraled into a sort of self-destructive were taxes drinking. Self-destruction and ten years later, my father died, and I realized that I hadn't dealt dealt with my mother's passing at all. And I had to do something. Therapy and start purging the all agreed by suppressant. I had ended up having a moment of clarity. Where I imagined myself in that house ten years later still not having done what I want to do tempted to make a film. Jarring kind of realize Asian did that could happen that I immediately sort of realized that all my artistic sort of impulses, which I'd been served dispersing into various things like the toddler fee, and collage and stuff and and short films. I I realized that put all of those instincts that energy into just making film, and you know, for example, black rainbow. I had been working on a sort of conceptual art piece about fake new age religion. And I realized that belongs to the film everything longs. And you know, everything's flow more freely when I had made that decision and. I start writing lack rainbow was, you know, dealing with suppressing those emotions for so long my parents. And I think now looking back I realise I started reading Mandy at the same time almost as an antidote to that. Because that is so control. It's so much about these these. Underbelly the underbelly of feelings that. Consciously needed some kind of add to that were to raise me, emotional and outward. Canada eruption of these things. I think because furled like physio craziness, and like weather film goes in its final actually, the the this such a strong, kind of call emotion and pain to that was something that was really important for you to to grounded in that..
"rami malek" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
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Rami Malek is a 'legend' in new trailer for Freddie Mercury biopic 'Bohemian Rhapsody'
"What better way to prove that then Chewing on the women's knows and swallowing the tissue today's national emoji day everybody get out your phones and start, doing, things with little words that you can't. Express we are self both the classic smiley face with hearts for is and the thumbs up we're tied for, first place from Maryland Oregon up to seven states love on the smiley face with hearts. Fries, and the thumbs up did well in other states like Maine Vermont an emoji simple straight to the. Point but California's top emoji the one most used by people, in the state of California along with Pennsylvania is the they call it, the blessed emoji, which is sort of the hands up and little mistake no not praying hands It's not like that. It's like this the hands up altogether like you're like you're playing football but all your fingers are that's the, most popular one is what it says I've never used that one guest where guess what. Nevada's, favorite emoji is Poop poop emoji with the ice Yup On the, baseball seeing this story. Is trending. Locally the buzz surrounding Orioles infielder Manny Machado is at an all time high because. There are a couple of different places. Bob Nightingale had tweeted out this morning he expects that Machado will be. Traded to your Los Angeles Dodgers tomorrow he's like. The, Manny Ramirez of two thousand eighteen yeah but this guy actually has some future ahead of him and I don't think. Manny Ramirez head. That going for. Him he's he's young he's he's great he's in the middle of, a career year batting three eighty five. Twenty four home runs. Ninety six games the Orioles, are. Horrible horrible or Orioles are horrible horrible and. That's why they're trying to unload. Them he's got a huge contract though so the dodgers are going to try to stay out. Of the salary cap if they can and have you seen? The latest Queen trailer bohemian rhapsody trailer I'm gonna play a little bit of. This Enjoyed the show I also saw Lisa it? Is quick and then you need someone you Remmy Malik there. As as Freddie Mercury and the teeth Oli cow the teeth, in that video are incredible so we're. Gonna throw, the latest trailer for, bohemian bohemian rhapsody this is what they call official trailer. Number one. There will, be, more but he in that just in the trailers looks amazing all right coming back, swamp watch all, of what's going on in Washington DC big announcement from. The president today just some comments but a big comment about his reaction to. The reaction what, happened in Helsinki in his meeting with Vladimir. Putin will play those comments, we come back Amy king has an update on the news President Trump says he misspoke. And that he accepts the conclusions of. US intelligence agencies that Russia, meddled in the election you've just heard. Gary talking about that, but the president also says there was no collusion I have faith in our intelligence agencies also told reporters. At the White House this afternoon the US Russia relationship has gotten substantially better news brought to you by eight hundred no. Cup here's a been proposed. That would say a child cannot be treated as a. Criminal if he or she is under twelve years old instead of putting the child in the juvenile Justice system the kid would be. Veered toward gentler service agencies for help with questionable behavior supporters, the Bill say children under twelve are. Too young, to enter the Justice, system those kids who commit more serious crimes like murder. Would be. Sent through, juvenile, delinquency court a federal appeals court says a former inmates should be allowed to sue, county and the, sheriff's department for alleged mistreatment the woman claims she was. Shackled to a cell door for hours while wearing very little clothing without access. To food water, or a toilet a woman has been arrested. For a hit and run, crash in San Bernardino that killed a woman and her unborn baby the driver was arrested. Yesterday the woman who died last week. Was in a crosswalk she, had almost finished crossing The street when she was hit a climber is fallen to his. Death on a, peak in king kings Canyon National Park in central California the. National park service's officials got an SOS from a satellite device last Thursday one hiker was..