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Ariana Grande is the highest paid The Voice coach

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

01:51 min | 7 months ago

Ariana Grande is the highest paid The Voice coach

"Ariana grande is now if the highest paid coach ever to be on the voice. Let me give you all the dish. So arianna surprised everybody. When she announced she was joining the voice as a coach is going to be joining blake. Shelton john legend and kelly clarkson forsees in twenty one. She said that she's honored and excited to be joining. The voice family has been a huge fan of the show for a very long time. And you can't wait to go head to head with these incredible coaches and get to meet develop and no. Some new artists have fans will be excited to a does really melted down. She's going to be replacing. Nick jonas. This is a huge for the show an nbc. Let me just give you a few statistics here. Just you figure out how big ariana is on spotify. She's the most streamed artists of the deck. She has eighty two million followers on twitter. Which just is to give you. A comparison is almost double blake. John and kelly come bind myself. Says a telling me she's making the most of anybody on the show. Kelly at the moment makes the most she makes fifteen million dollars. They wanted to get her show. Particularly american idol was coming back. Very smart blake. Shelton ends around thirteen million dollars. Adam levine about the same member and miley. Cyrus was on the show. She got about thirteen million dollars to my sources. Tell me that they don't know the specific amount but they believe that ariana grande day could be getting twenty to twenty five million dollars a season which puts her on par. With what katy. Perry's getting at american idol.

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"rami malek" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

02:41 min | 7 months ago

"rami malek" Discussed on Daily Pop

"Was answering. Dating app bubbles question game. Are you surprised when celebrities admit their marriages are not perfect. Go and wet my mouth up a little bit right. I like the truth. Yeah me go. Hand is not perfect. We wouldn't have so many divorces exactly exactly my issue with people who are happily married. Our marriage is perfect. When you say those things especially to people who are in your friend groups. It gives them unrealistic expectations about their own relationships and it also creates this little veil shane. Yeah that people don't have the perfect relationship because the people around them seem to always end up in the perfect relationship. And i love honesty and what people like. Aren't you married. kim. And i said because one thing is i. I have all my girlfriends. Tell me aware the best shoes are. Where the best restaurant. I have never had a girlfriend saying. Oh my god you get married not one but they will say. Oh my god you have to got to see this movie. Oh my god. I love her. I want to be like oh my. My parents are the only one that was like because they found each other. But that is rare as we know in this world. If you marry your best friend. I believe if you even get married a little younger because as we get older but i like honesty and i'm so glad that she said that and i think there was an article that someone said. Stop saying you know. I'm happily married right. Yeah actually it wasn't l. In fact this new article says it serena's doing the right thing and everyone should stop saying you're happily married. The writer says if couples were honest about the challenges of so-called whetted blest we'd be better off It was really interesting. I read the whole article. And it's very relatable. My i wouldn't say i'm open about my marriage problems with the whole world all the time and i've talked about several things that shannon i have thought about on this show multiple times over the years but But as far as like my family goes and as far as like my close friends go. I'm brutally honest about it. And they're brutally honest back. And i think it helps us because a lot of times. Maybe we're having these fights because were in the young children fees and so it's really helpful to talk to my friends who went through this phase and say oh. Yeah honey yoga. Yeah we went through that. Yeah we were sleeping in separate dribs off. Consider yourself happily man. You know what i consider myself like married but at the i mean i consider myself mary. That's silly but i don't.

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Serena Williams Admits Alexis Ohanian Marriage Is Not Bliss

Daily Pop

01:54 min | 7 months ago

Serena Williams Admits Alexis Ohanian Marriage Is Not Bliss

"Serena williams is getting real about her marriage. Listen marriage is not bliss it can be if you work at it. I learned that love is an amazing feeling and if you have an opportunity to fill it then it's a special thing. Serena was answering. Dating app bubbles question game. Are you surprised when celebrities admit their marriages are not perfect. Go and wet my mouth up a little bit right. I like the truth. Yeah me go. Hand is not perfect. We wouldn't have so many divorces exactly exactly my issue with people who are happily married. Our marriage is perfect. When you say those things especially to people who are in your friend groups. It gives them unrealistic expectations about their own relationships and it also creates this little veil shane. Yeah that people don't have the perfect relationship because the people around them seem to always end up in the perfect relationship. And i love honesty and what people like. Aren't you married. kim. And i said because one thing is i. I have all my girlfriends. Tell me aware the best shoes are. Where the best restaurant. I have never had a girlfriend saying. Oh my god you get married not one but they will say. Oh my god you have to got to see this movie. Oh my god. I love her. I want to be like oh my. My parents are the only one that was like because they found each other. But that is rare as we know in this world. If you marry your best friend. I believe if you even get married a little younger because as we get older but i like honesty and i'm so glad that she said that and i think there was an article that someone said. Stop saying you know. I'm happily married

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"rami malek" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

01:54 min | 7 months ago

"rami malek" Discussed on Daily Pop

"Serena williams is getting real about her marriage. Listen marriage is not bliss it can be if you work at it. I learned that love is an amazing feeling and if you have an opportunity to fill it then it's a special thing. Serena was answering. Dating app bubbles question game. Are you surprised when celebrities admit their marriages are not perfect. Go and wet my mouth up a little bit right. I like the truth. Yeah me go. Hand is not perfect. We wouldn't have so many divorces exactly exactly my issue with people who are happily married. Our marriage is perfect. When you say those things especially to people who are in your friend groups. It gives them unrealistic expectations about their own relationships and it also creates this little veil shane. Yeah that people don't have the perfect relationship because the people around them seem to always end up in the perfect relationship. And i love honesty and what people like. Aren't you married. kim. And i said because one thing is i. I have all my girlfriends. Tell me aware the best shoes are. Where the best restaurant. I have never had a girlfriend saying. Oh my god you get married not one but they will say. Oh my god you have to got to see this movie. Oh my god. I love her. I want to be like oh my. My parents are the only one that was like because they found each other. But that is rare as we know in this world. If you marry your best friend. I believe if you even get married a little younger because as we get older but i like honesty and i'm so glad that she said that and i think there was an article that someone said. Stop saying you know. I'm happily married

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Jared Leto on new movie 'The Little Things' and being an Oscar winner

Popcorn with Peter Travers

06:38 min | 9 months ago

Jared Leto on new movie 'The Little Things' and being an Oscar winner

"Hi everyone. I am peter travers. This is popcorn where we tell you. What's going on at the movies. And i saw terrific movie right now called the little things. This is a movie about two cops played by of all people in washington and rami. Malek in search of someone they think is a serial killer in nineteen ninety los angeles and this guy that they focused on is played by my guest today. jared leto. Who usually gives them a run for their money in terms of letting them twist in the wind deciding whether his character is guilty is he. A serial killer is he not. I've got to tell you jared that this is one of my favorite performances of yours. It's it's like a co lassic kind of movie villain that we don't know if he's guilty of what he's accused of but we know is guilty of something definite strange character but he has humor is playful. He's all those things that make you remember character. So did you feel when you first read the script. No i said what is this. I don't wanna do this. I is was actually buy those my response. I thought you know. Maybe i should explore different territory. You know. I played a kind of than the darker side of the moon. A bit and You know. I thought maybe this wasn't the right thing to do And then after talking to john lee. Hancock and i realized that there there could be an opportunity. Here's he seemed really open. I said if we're going to do this together. I'd like to to to kind of use it as an exercise in transformation to to really try to sculpt this this this wild man albert's pharma Into something quite unlike anything. I'd done before so he seemed really game And the prospect to working with denzel washington one of my heroes and then rami malek in the mix. It was just couldn't say no. And what i love about you. Working with them is that yes albert. Your character trump really tries to drive the both of them crazy and with a kind of zen deadpan. That you have yourself you know. There's i don't want to say there's a little of you albert but there's there's some of it in. Yeah sure i've been. You know you you take parts of yourself. Other people Experiences that you've had and you kinda just build this collage you know i it with. Albert's parma was head to toe from the walk to the voice. I had different color is different knows different teeth. I had some other prosthetics different way of carrying myself and it was quite exciting to put this guy to life and to really take risk and push things right up to the edge And hopefully not crossover into absurdity But yeah he is a bit An un unwittingly unknowingly zinn. He is the voice of like maybe a soothing yoga teacher or something does. There's one i don't want to spoil any platt detests. But there's one point where they both taking you to the police station in la. It's an interrogation room and the phone rings and albert says is that for me. You know quite a quite innocent with it. It's that kind of thing that he's open to sort of any moment until he's ready to spring with something that will make denzel crazy. Sic chrissy i. there's nothing more fun than you know. antagonizing the other characters in the film and for spar he knew he uses that as a tool a likes to keep people off balance off center and humor is one of the ways that he does it and it was quite fun to show on saddened to bring all kinds of different Ideas for ad libs and improv and John lee hancock was amazing. Because you know he was the writer as well but incredibly generous with the opportunity to improvise ad-lib and he really just let me go to town. Would you haven't worked with denzel rami before right. No no no. I had an an. I didn't know them Either and i mean what was kind of fun as well as that didn't do any rehearsal like for the interrogation senior talking about that was the first scene with all three of us and the first big seen it was quite intense and intimidating Exciting there was a lot of pressure and it was explosive on sad. It was it was there. Were fireworks going off. It was really exciting to get in the ring with those guys. Everyone came prepared. I think we all knew there was an opportunity there and we all took advantage of it. Well you know all you have oscars so now. Nobody can ask you to do anything. You don't wanna do right. You just hold that thing up. You can take it with you that day. You want you could certainly a casa damage with it It is a you know. Denzel washington said the other day. You know trophies the they it's like when you're a prizefighter that the belt you won the last times not going to help me this time in the ring and Is true you know you you. It's beautiful thing to be acknowledged and winning the oscar. Was you know. An unforgettable highlight of my life and share that with my family and my friends and supporters Through my life was a really special thing. It doesn't help you when you're sitting opposite denzel washington and you've got to

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'The Little Things' stars Jared Leto, Rami Malek, Denzek Washington is a stirring crime thriller

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:42 sec | 9 months ago

'The Little Things' stars Jared Leto, Rami Malek, Denzek Washington is a stirring crime thriller

"Denzel Washington Rami Malek and Jared Leto collide in the little things a mystery premiering today on HBO. Max, a jaded detective tracks a serial killer in the San Fernando Valley. It must really like my car. Do I was the trunk space. Denzel Washington gives a complex performance as a cop willing to bend the rules. Unlike his idealistic deputy, Ramsey Malik during a cat and mouse game with Jared Leto's creepy suspect, writer director John Lee Hancock has been trying to get a script made since 1993 feeling like a nineties thriller like the Silence of the Lambs. It's a shame it wasn't made back Then, as we've since seen the same concept done much better in seven Zodiac and prisoners. Still, I'm a mark for this John Rush trying to solve the case, even if we've seen it

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"rami malek" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"rami malek" Discussed on 710 WOR

"S O. Rami Malek is playing Safa and here's a little snip. They put out He's the newest way both educated people to make the world a better place. I just want to be a little Tidier. I think he's going to be good. He is. He was tremendous in that movie, and I know it sounds like a village that we just want to eradicate people. That sounds pretty good. It does. You know that movie was supposed to come out like in the spring. You know they wanted in the theatre. They don't want you to be watching this at home because you know, the bond movies is really all about the stunts. You want to see it on a big screen. But who knows if you'll be able to see it? November? I won't be surprised against the late a second a third time. Into what was the fact you saying the other day that he you know, he's looking at the end of next the end of 2021 for people going at the theaters? Yeah, so I don't know. You know, I know people. Now we're down a down and out. You can't. You can't quote anyone anymore. You can't quote Faust. You can't quote the FDA. The CDC because it's all become a political storm. Right? You don't You know everybody is taking their side and that's who they believe. You know, So you wonder what you know It is so so interesting. We're talking about Dr Oz that he's so hopeful about this vaccine being available, maybe by the end of the year. The question is, who's going to take it? Who's going to roll up their sleeve and take it? Because if not most the most Americans don't take it, then it's not gonna be effective. Well, I can't imagine job are. Let's say he won't take a regular flu shots, so I can't imagine it's going to take over. You're not taking it too far. I'll take two I'll take. I'll take a bullet for you, Joe. No flu shot. I don't know. I might be shamed into what you guys made the other day. Both Riedel and Lynn got on my case, and I know and the doctor came out was a doctor. Cattle. That's right. Dr. Kaplan called me an idiot. Right? Well, yeah, that's telling. Well, you know, we'll have Dr Gregory Poland from the male clinic on tomorrow. We'll let him pile on. Gideon will prep him before the show from the dock. Did you see the something with Kanye West? You know, I did. And I teased I I'll set it up by saying Is this good news or bad news? So go ahead. Take it away. You know, Kanye West is you know our next president is in a classic of battle with his record company. You know, we've seen this over the years. Remember, Prince, you know, emancipated himself by because he couldn't on his own record ship. He became a symbol. Remember that whole thanks to move on so Kind of what's happening here. Kanye says He's not going to make any more music under the Universal and Sony label because he says they're not treating him well. And he went on this epic Twitter. You know, Twitter, you know, would tweet out to eat is one. Thank you. Twitter rant, you know, with with just some great tweets, one of them seeing The music industry in the N B. A R modern day slave ships on the New Moses. That's one the Internet for me Yesterday. That was a classic one on how much money is he made the claims and one of his tweets Yesterday, he claimed to be the second wealthiest African American in the country. Hey, deleted that later. I don't know if that was because he's not butt or it was contradictory. To what the point he was trying to make a horse and he is a billionaire. I mean, well, I think we're close to it. Anyway, so he may be. He may be right about that. But this classic battle with the industries that I'm not gonna make any more music until out of this deal with Sony and Universal. And again, I ask the question if there's not going anymore, Kanye Music is that good news or is that I kind of like Kanye? Yeah. Good time for latest news with an update on the market. Good morning to you, the The man who may take a flu shot one day and only hope job, Arlette Good morning Land well, less than a week before in person. Learning begins in the city 55 school employees of tested positive, the mayor Blasio says. School's going to begin on schedule. Even his, he warns more people could get Corona virus. Some people will test positive. And those folks will immediately get support. They'll be helped Teo get home to safely separate the contact tracing will go into effect right away. And after two weeks Those professionals will come backto work. And they'll complete the entire school year to Blasco says 17,000. People have been tested so far. The positive rate just 0.3% big change to this year's Thanksgiving Day parade. You won't see it. Oh, you'll see it on TV, but you won't see it in person. It's completely viral. The parade will essentially happen in front of Macy's. With no people in the spectator's both there will still be balloons, but the annual inflation ceremony has been cancelled. Actually close. They're going to inflate the balloons. You just won't see that either. Connecticut governor Ned Lamont says People could now be fined for not wearing a mask in public in Connecticut. Could cause people anywhere from 100 to $500 same finds could be imposed on people who organized or attend large gatherings. President Trump is blaming poor forest management for the wild fires out west. During a trip to California seem to scoff off the idea that global warming was to bless, Start getting cooler. I wish you'd just watch. I wish science. Agreed. Think Sayings knows, Actually. Yeah. When it warms up, Joe Covert 19 will go away. So yeah, that's that's That's my science guy. The president says the Satans do a better ignoring me. He chose just ignoring. Okay, Well, please acknowledge that the wildfires in large part were started deliberately by human beings, and neither is global warming. I didn't say they were but once again, you know, but you don't know what they said. They were exacerbated by God. I didn't say I didn't say global warming started them because You like Michael Riedel do only hear what you want to hear. I said that the the intensity of not only the fires, but the storms in the Atlantic are exacerbated by climate change. But you don't agree, and that's fine. That's your progress. Speaking of the climate here, Lego is getting rid of its plastic bags inside their toy sets. They were called out by kids Cos his beginning next year, they're going to use paper bags. The plastic ones will be phased out over five years, like kids wrote to the company's saying, Hey, make the change because plastic doesn't break down and hurts the environment. Little little snowflakes making changes here. You don't believe that. Of course, there's nothing going on. Why do I need a flu? Shot? Another another science genius here, Joe Bartlett. Ah. Lego is also looking to change actually material they used to create these plastic toys. But they have.

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James Bond is back with the first 'No Time to Die' trailer

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

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

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Renée Zellweger, Judy Garland, controlled and created (and fed drugs) by Hollywood's studio system

Fresh Air

03:32 min | 2 years ago

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.

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"rami malek" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"rami malek" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"What movie did rami Malek win Best Actor for in February it's that one as we near my city which eighties movie was the highest grossing film of the decade highest grossing film of the eighties back to the future incorrect good try excellent movie and not just one of one to those are great Michael J. fox and who is the guy you know the great actor who played the town's Kian taxi what was his name Iggy I think it was the full Burt Lancaster anyway good try Jackie very good thank you got to write which is one better than a laser contest with making progress it needs so be listening tomorrow morning during the eight o'clock out for your shot to win a grand we're gonna start with that question the one the last person got wrong visit W. ABC radio dot com for contest rules and to learn how to play so yes that was that's encouraging what did they tell you that program was a hard one I could tell you that you did you did you did was eat T. which I happen to love what is a million movies I looked in the eighties I would never think of the tea party big director okay is somebody big eighties movies so I know that was the answer that was that but we'll start with that tomorrow and so we'll see how you do yeah very exciting may I want somebody to win once a little and it really the questions that they're not that they're a couple you might that that that may be insurmountable to most people I don't know a couple but for the most part the questions are easy given the problem is you don't get credit for getting seven out of ten and numbers seven eight nobody's going to get these nobody unless again your the guy from jeopardy well we work with the delta or this is what this is when they'll get them when we get to that question it's a role and we get get it wrong right repeated the next day that's when it all happened so it's inevitable it's just a matter of time if you got a way to we could get number yes how quick is this going to happen I think was season boy I don't know so listen yesterday in the in your home borough Sydney this a creep education commissioner we have this KKK Carranza it KKK Carranza to convene a meeting at Richard is it any what it is Dick I like yeah this deck he actually convenient meeting about not allowing Asians into how this too many Asians the high schools they pass the elite test and there's too many of them that we got we got a change that we're gonna change the test and the the minister number of Asian so he has a a meeting there yesterday attended by our friend assemblywoman Nicole Millia Takis she was there but there were no Asians in the meeting there were no Asian the old representatives from Asian groups so outside he tries to leave there at this I is thirty one in bay ridge and they tried to leave he's got a a a a a chauffeur driven car pay but for for by you and me anyway the Asians of people protesting surrounded the car and what a little move and this screaming for I love it and I only wish that they had done a flip the car over would have been nice would be great he you know he's not even subtle no he's not so I mean you want to talk about old institutionalized racism and a and a racist a political official this is the guy exactly he he's just as blatant about it and gets away with it in this city not in bay ridge maybe not in bay ridge hopefully none and the call I hope she gave an earful yesterday when when she was there during the meeting this guy might as well have been wearing what will you know one of those white white hats yeah what does white the KKK has the son of a **** but there you have it and and mirrored the blast your came out that a Quinnipiac poll he's the least favorite politician in this in the state that was obvious so you would think of president trump could have been up there because it's New York state now only because bi partisan they hate the Bastille yeah trump the Republican still love him so he can put it like spell it and his is probably going to be a of a deposit on hat with Hannity tonight but this poll is problematic for him in making the next debate him and Kirsten Gillibrand they pull less than one percent in this latest the Quinnipiac poll that they're gonna count towards whether or not you make the next debate.

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"rami malek" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"rami malek" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Hard. We worked all week. I'm not performance everything that you saw the way that it was shot the way that they push the piano out. You saw them. The piano together. And and. Onstage. No in show all of that. That was all him from a performance perspective. It was so important to both of us that we were connected. The entire time. I mean, look, I've I've had my arms wrapped around Tony Bennett for three years touring the world. I mean when you're singing love songs, that's what you want people to feel. Are you having affair with Tony Bennett? Great. I saw the I saw the sit down, and I thought she handled it well, and that's what we've been saying for days lighten up people are acting. They're acting. But I, but I love the first thing that she says is that social media is the toilet of the internet. Yeah. So he's annoying though. And it's a total of the internet, and you get that thing or the handle you have to flick the handle because it keeps you running. I know I wash my hands after I post something on Instagram. New Oscar winner in the next JAMES BOND movie. The you want that now I do. Take a break right now. Listen, there's a method to my madness. I don't even want to get inside that head. Exactly. I know there's room. It's Romney Malik going from, Freddie. Mercury. And now may become the new JAMES BOND villain for a movie that has not doesn't have a title yet. Just tentatively called bond twenty-five, they're going to call them crazy is that baby man who used to have giant teeth. Maybe not simply a little guy to for villain. You think that you'd want somebody a little more imposing a little more odd job like this? Lies. The rub that's going to call him. The rub therein lies the rub because not expecting it. In yet. He's crazy. I was up late. All right. When we come back. You've had electroshock therapy last night. Whistles and electroshock therapy in the lobby expensive. It was after the show to buy three thousand people. Starbucks is unbelievable. The line. All right. Eight seventeen. We'll come back in just a moment. Stay what you have at eight thirty. We're gonna the latest on the North.

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Rami Malek, Olivia Colman win top Oscars

Investor's Edge

00:10 sec | 2 years ago

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,

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"rami malek" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"rami malek" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Head of his second summit with North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN President Trump tells us state governors at the White House Sunday we've given up nothing the sanctions ruined everything's on. But we have a special feeling, and I think it's gonna lead to something. Very good. And maybe not I think ultimately it will. But maybe not and I'm not pushing speed, but we're not removing the sanctions, President Trump will meet with Kim Jong UN and Vietnam this week Rami Malek wins best actor at the Academy Awards for his portrayal of queen's, Freddie, Mercury in bohemian rhapsody cast. I love you. You are my equals. You are my betters. I could have never been here without you, pay me and rhapsody lead with four Oscars. Best picture went to green book Roma and Black Panther. Both won three awards. Spike Lee won an Oscar for best adapted screenplay for black klansman. I'm John trout. Question. Do you have a health insurance plan? You are not happy with will Bethany. And Jason thought they were stock their plan just kept getting more expensive and Bethany favorite doctor didn't even take that plan anymore. And then some for instance, church told them about medishare with our previous insurance. We were paying twelve hundred dollars a month with meta share, we now pay around six hundred dollars a month. Yes. They're paying six hundred dollars less per month. And that's a pretty typical savings with meta share. And they actually like medishare more house able to go back to my original. Doctor absolutely loved, and it's just been an absolutely beautiful thing being a part of meta share. Yeah. So they pay a lot less, and they like it more. No wonder meta share is growing so fast..

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"rami malek" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

12:27 min | 2 years ago

"rami malek" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Skier Lindsey Vonn. The all time leader in women's World Cup wins announced today she will retire from racing after this month's world championships in Sweden, breadwinner bowls next AM, seven sixty talk and breaking news now live from the valley view casino and hotel studios. This is the breadwinner. Fresh off of a defiant defense of infanticide. Governor Ralph Northam of Virginia came out and said he's deeply sorry for the clearly racist and offensive photo on his yearbook page, but he ain't going anywhere Hayes. He is not resigning is not bailing out. He is not hitting the bricks. He's not disappeared. None of it. None of it. If they couldn't drive them out with the weird infanticide defense that he laid I don't know that they're gonna get rid of them this way. But in case, you didn't know democratic Virginia governor Ralph northbound's medical school yearbook page does not high school not junior high school elementary school. This is not from the nineteen forties. This is nineteen Eighty-four. And this is a medical school yearbook. Which means theoretically, you are twenty five twenty six years old when you graduated medical school just around the if you're hitting hitting senior eighteen twenty two to college and then twenty-six for for medical school democratic Virginia. Governor Ralph Northerns medical school yearbook page continues contains a picture of a man in a Ku Klux Klan hood next to a man wearing black face. The image of north eastern Virginia medical school yearbook. Page was first released by big league politics and quickly confirmed by the Virginia pilot and the Washington Post he graduated from the school in one thousand nine hundred four in addition to the photo, the yearbook page contains three pictures of him, and the quote, there are more old drunks than old doctors in this world. So I think I'll have another bear is they write it. What is wisdom is spellings now? No. But that's the way he says it beer buyer bear. It's not been confirmed. Whether north is either the man in black face or wearing the Ku Klux Klan robes. I don't know how you'd confirm that. He's in the in the Klan robes. Like, I don't know how you would. Because you are literally you've got two holes and an alcohol those lips look a lot like Ralph Northerns lips those eyes. Look like his is John you've looked at this picture. Yeah. I think he's the man in black face to because the jaw line is very similar since we're going to be forensic here for a minute as friends because we can be with a hazy picture of the yearbook from nineteen Eighty-four. This doesn't surprise me though. Well, north apologized for the clearly racist and offensive photo. But said he would work to regain the trust of Virginians Virginia. He's done. They're gonna run them. Now, here's what he says. Earlier today. Website published photograph of me from one thousand nine hundred four medical school yearbook in a costume that is clearly racist and offensive. What that says he? Published a photograph of me from nineteen Eighty-four medical school yearbook in a costume that is clearly racist and offensive a photograph of me in a costume. He's sort of saying he's one of the people in the shot. He's admitting. I'm deeply sorry for the decision. I made to appear as I did in this photo and for the hurt the decision caused then. And now, you weren't sad for it. Then you put it in your yearbook dummy admitted to it the behaviors not in keeping with who. I am today and the values I have fought for throughout my career in the military medicine and public service. I want to be clear I understand how this decision. Shakes Virginians faith in that commitment. I recognize it will take time and serious effort to heal the damage this conduct has caused. I'm ready to do what that important work. The first step is to offer my apology. And my absolute commitment to living up to the expectations Virginians set for me when they elected me as governor. Now, here's a question to, but what happened with the guy in the Florida state government that had to resign because he was photographed back in two thousand six he was a white guy who was in black face and had an outfit on and he went as a Katrina victim. Oh, I don't remember this. This is last week. Oh, this is like literally you can look it up. This is look for Katrina victim, Florida official car. I don't wanna say he was the secretary. I think it was the secretary of state of Florida, Florida. Okay. And he lost his job he resigned because he was mocking African American woman as a Katrina victim. No good. Okay. I think he's the guy in black face in the picture. Yeah. Personally. I think he's admitting to do. And the question is here. So here's a question for you. Does he stay or does he go? I mean is is this is this now, you gotta go, ma'am. So you got you gotta go. You gotta go you do. We gotta hold this to a higher standard. Here's what bothers me across the board. I mean, it's offensive you. Nobody. If you don't have the sense to not put that in your yearbook, even if you did something stupid like that. And I'm not calling for concealment of anything. But even if you did something like that that's a problem. Like, I. I don't recall ever in my life ever appearing in black face or clan rope. Like literally, I don't think it's ever happened. In fact, I'm about ninety nine point nine percent. Sure. It's never happened. I have been the victim of being out too late one night and had sharpie drawn on me and various parts of my body. Yeah. Nothing nothing like terrible. But enough to make me feel like an idiot the next day. But you decide you're going to put on black face. And you're gonna stand next to somebody in a Klan robe. You decide you're going to stand there for a photograph of the act, and then that photograph is going to go in your yearbook, which is a public document, essentially, and you're twenty five or twenty six years old. You are. Well into adulthood. So this is not I am eleven and I'm an idiot or I'm fourteen or even seventeen at an idiot. I mean, they were about to put Cavanaugh in prison for what he allegedly did to somebody who couldn't remember him doing it when he was seventeen. Let that sink in for a second. But this guy has Khalili established is clearly established himself with the bona fetus as being pro infanticide. So that helps him off any any trouble at all from the left or does it Eric empowering, what do what do you think about this this? This is really insane. I'm actually kind of disgusted about it. And to be perfectly honest. I think everybody getting up in arms about a person putting on makeup. Now. Now, granted the makeup and the and the cost him were completely tasteless. And yeah, he was a jerk for doing so but to. Equate that with signing a Bill that said, it's cool to dismember a viable baby. Yes. Notice that I did not say the word feed tape. Correct. He actually used the word by the way when he was talking about it. But yes, go ahead. So and I find it absolutely repellent revulsive in any other our word, and plus another couple of choice words that can sit there with a straight face and say that it's okay to. Born a baby when it can be living outside of the. But he didn't even say aboard he said after the babies delivered a decision could be made about what to do about it. And and the thing is I've been on this story for three straight days three or four straight days that we are. I right. Yeah. I it's it's insane. I mean, but but see I think he bought himself enough credibility that now he doesn't face the penalty. You see what I'm saying? Because he's defending that point. My my point is that you've got people saying that it's okay to kill a child and commit infanticide? Right. And then you've got when Nancy Pelosi talking about it. She doesn't understand. She doesn't hurt she plays plead ignorant about comments. And then she goes and say says that the Democrats doing the Lord's work and the Republicans are in Scott. I don't know what larch she's talking about when I'm certain it's probably not the one from up above. Well, said my friend. I I don't know either. I appreciate you being out there. It's frustrating story. And I'd like to continue the conversation and get more people's thoughts on this. Because I mean, this this is just. Somebody sent me an Email. Tim sent me an Email, and he said, I don't care. Tim says I do not care. What the cause is he needs to lose his job. Because if we take him out off of black face. He can't continue to push the abortion Bill. He was pushing. So there's this guy saying I don't care how they t- you up in a basketball game. They want you to get a double T. So you're in the showers and you're out of the game. Ron lemay? So what's going on? I always agree with you on almost everything. But I'm I'm gonna be different here. Lenny Bruce, Mann all that he fought horse can say what we want to say. Or losing all that? I totally disagree. That gentleman should be in trouble for that. At all, you know, people need to lighten up sticks and stones will break your bones. But words will never you. Yeah. This this whole thing about what you're allowed to say what you're not allowed to say the Newspeak from from George Orwell's here today. But he hasn't been he's not speaking. He's he's appearing in a photograph in a yearbook as a twenty five twenty six year old man in either black face or a Klan robe. He's the governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia. And that's this is problematic because this isn't a fifteen sixteen year old person. And he's not Lenny Bruce. He's the governor of the state who didn't have the judgment. He's a medical doctor, and he didn't have the judgment in one thousand nine hundred and not to not engage in that behaviour. I guess so heartily disagree. We have the freedom to have whatever kind of Hebrew. We want or not. Hurt Ron and says good with Klan robes and blacks, as I I don't know what to do with this. I'm just saying he's twenty five years old. We'll take a break. I don't have time for this. Amazed by that actually something he said he didn't tell a joke. It's a photograph. And he acknowledges he's in the photograph, which means either in a clan robe or he's in black face. Your mileage may vary. Coming up Kyle crass ca from CBS news sale. He's gonna come by our award winning sports director. He's got a really special special event coming up here. And he wants to talk about it. And I wanna talk about it because it's an opportunity for this most generous audience to get involved stay there you want to hear this. It's the Brentwood herbal show AM seven sixty talk and breaking news. Jim shaw. That's got headlines. 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Rami Malek and 'Bohemian Rhapsody' Win Big at 2019 Golden Globes

Radio Night Live with Kevin McCullough

01:01 min | 3 years ago

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

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"rami malek" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"rami malek" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Movies. Because I don't care about him. And then I'm like, oh, he's talking. He's a jerk. But I know that he was a bread. I didn't know that. Yeah. I did not know that either Liz Cheney and this stories on our website at chicks on the right dot com. Liz Cheney had a response, and she actually linked to an older article about how he was arrested for assaulting his own mother and sister. Yes. And her caption read, Satan, probably inspired him to do this too. Yeah. And that's the thing is that's how I know him really from that story. I remember him from that story. I remember when he played what was he playing? Yeah. He was he was the Batman the Batman in one of the Batman movie. Yeah. And I just remember him being arrested or something are being all, you know, he was a wife beater and a mother beater was right after he took after that one crew member and they leaked the audio of him chew in the guy out threatening to have him fired one week after that. Yeah. He sounds like a delightful, man. Yikes. Yeah. So that was really though, I mean that was the political moment of the night. Right. I mean, that's when that's when we were reminded that Hollywood hates Republicans. Yeah. I guess they're gonna make a movie about Mitch McConnell nabbed. Yeah. That'll be a a turtle place. That is not. Okay. Again, you have to type right? I mean, you gotta make sure that the real thing plays that person Zarrella. It's not it's not right now. I did see a bohemian rhapsody which won for best picture and Rami Malek who played, Freddie. Mercury was so good. He's got it down. And it was and he won. And it was great to see.

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"rami malek" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:38 min | 3 years ago

"rami malek" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The interview we're about to hear was one of the most popular interviews on our website. It's with Romney Malik the stars in the movie bohemian rhapsody as Freddie Mercury. The lead singer and songwriter of Queen the title of the film comes from the title of one of their most famous songs. 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 withdrawn hacker with social anxiety disorder that start with a scene from bohemian rhapsody. It's nineteen seventy five and Freddie Mercury in the members of Queen are in the office of a record executive played by Mike Myers. Talking 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? Do you? I do. Don't misunderstand darling. It's a rock and roll record the scale of opera the pace of of great tragedy. The wit of Shakespeare. The unbridled joy of musical theatre musical experience. Yeah. Rather than just another record something for everyone. Something. Something that will make people feel belongs to them mixon. Ras will cross boundaries will will was speaking in tongues. If we want to. Rami Malik welcome to fresh air. So much fun to watch you as Freddie Mercury. How did you get the part of, Freddie? Mercury. Did you ask to audition or you invited? I always invited. Which is feels like a very rare thing, especially when you're dishing for someone as. Magnificent. And I think as Freddie Mercury I was still shooting mister robot and the producers Graham king and 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 a panned out. I did was singing part of your addition. It ended up being part of that audition. I warn them. I was not a singer. I told them and don't play the piano. I do a minimum amount 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 green lit 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. So they wanted to see my physical interpretation as well. So I had to sing to prove that at some point in the future. Whatever I was doing would sync up to the way, Freddie, sang eventually. I don't think anybody really wanted to hear my voice as much as they would love to hear Mr. mercury's. Yeah. All the music credits in the movie at the end of the credits are attributed to Queen. So. So you sang as you were filming Beth amusing that we're hearing is actually, Freddie Mercury and Queen. It's actually in the Malcolm ation, I will say the large majority of it is Freddie Mercury. I went out every day and sang at the top of my lungs because that's the only way to match what he's doing. He's giving everything one hundred ten percent always and in order to sink it up properly use bits of my voice in the beginning. It will lead in with my voice, and then pick up for the majority using, Freddie, mercury's voice tops entails as you. Call it what I quickly realized was no one can sing. Like, freddie. Mercury. And nor can I it's very difficult to get my voice up to those high notes at some point, my voice breaks, and it breaks pretty quickly when I'm trying to ascend. What Freddie Mercury can do? There's actually a. Scene where you're at the piano singing sketch of Bohemia in rhapsody, and your voice breaks is any of that you. Yes. Some of that is actually me we have an incredible sound engineer named Paul Massey. On their who found ways to I think deceive all of us. But there are parts that are me. I think the the parts that break. Yes. That would be considered roaming now. Should we just hear that fit? Sure. Okay. Let us know if you can tell which part is you okay? You got. So this is a scene from the movie Bahamian rhapsody where Romney Malik as Freddie Mercury is at the piano in his living room singing Bahamian rhapsody..

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"rami malek" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:56 min | 3 years ago

"rami malek" Discussed on Fresh Air

"I exited and was in living in the San Fernando Valley surrounded by such a diverse culture, we grew up surrounded by a Latin community of Filipino community, African Americans everything Asians, there was everything around me. And so I felt diversity. But then there was also this feeling of a world that I was estranged from in this Coptic commune. Unity that my parents were very involved in also went to to Catholic school at one point. So I couldn't quite wrap my head around everything that was happening. So quickly to me in terms of the world. I lived in and the faith. I was I won't say imposed upon me. But something that born into born into. Yes, did you have a hard time explaining to your fellow students in Catholic school that you weren't Catholic? That's a very good question. Yes. I did. Yeah. I didn't didn't know how to explain that. When it came time to do confession. I wasn't going to be participating in that. I had a lot of explaining to do. I felt as a kid I was born here. But my my brother, and I really didn't speak English to about four or five. So it was it was quite difficult to assimilate. I mean, my name seems very easy to pronounce this Dana age not for everybody. But at that time for the first ten years of my life known pronounce my name is Rami. So it was very difficult. I think forming a sense of identity, and perhaps that's why I gravitated to creating so many of my own in private moments of creating characters as a kid did people think your name was Ramey. They thought it rhymed with Sammy. So Sammy Rammie, oh because your brother Tammy correct only took me till high school where I've found the confidence to tell everybody know my name is Rami you known as Rammie for for years. It's very upsetting thing to think about that. I didn't have the confidence to correct anyone at that point. Did your parents speak English when you were growing up mostly Arabic, but yes, quite a bit of English. My. Dad was very extremely well read. And yeah, my mom and dad spoke English, and we split time at home speaking between air, bacon English. Do you know why they moved to the US? You know, I think. Look they lived in in in Egypt was a majority Muslim country. I think it's under ten percent that is Christian their Coptic Christian. And I don't know that that was the exact reason, but you know, might dad saw an opportunity and his work introduce him to to the west, you know, he was a travel agent and had a very specific vantage point into the west and western affluents in lifestyle and he loved American films as a kid. So I think there were there was a various curious aspect of him who who wanted to see a part of that realized for himself. You know, you mentioned that Coptic Christians are very much in a minority in Egypt, which is a predominantly Muslim country six Coptic Christian pilgrims were killed in an attack Egypt. That ISIS claimed responsibility for I don't know if you still have family in Egypt, but have their lives been changed in recent years, both from like ISIS, but also how the pro democracy movement after the Arab spring kind of failed. No president else. See runs the country so much family there. And it's quite sad. I keep up with everything that's happening with them. And and you know, these shootings these bombings these attacks. It's it's difficult for a family that has. Has has a history of going to church on Sunday, and seeking refuge and shelter and praying for their families and for their future, and seeking that type of solace in a place that at any moment might be bombed or someone might come in. And. Come in. And. To be quite brutally honest gun. Everyone down is is something that is a reality that they live with and quite a incredibly sad thing to think that they have to endure on the Sunday's that they used to cherish so very much and the shocking thing too is that some Americans have lived through that or been killed by such acts in the very recent past. Yeah, I mean it destroys me when any any active violence is taken. And you know, this one is something that is very close to me. I'm I'm very alerted in in a with a relationship that is so immediate that it makes my heart starts to pound right now thinking about it one of the predict..

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"rami malek" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

05:25 min | 3 years ago

"rami malek" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Terabytes child pornography serve to your four hundred thousand users. Personally, man, I was hoping it was just going to be some Bedia sems- stuff. You realize how much simpler that would have been. I didn't. Did. I understand what it's like to be different. Very different to. That might done like an expression of sympathy. But right after that Rummy Malik character is offered money by the coffee shop owner to cover this up and Elliott Rami, Alex character. The hacker says that he doesn't care about money. And it turns out he's tipped off the police and has he gets up to leave the coffee shop the police get out of their cars, and they start walking in to bust the coffee shop owner, it's a it's a great scene in kind of hooks you right at the right in episode one. How did you get the part of mister robot? You weren't very well known at the time. I mean, mister robot is really what made you well known. Correct. That that I got the part actually auditioning with that very seen Sam 's male who is the creator of mister robot had seen me do a mini series. That was from Stephen Spielberg, and Tom Hanks and called the Pacific, and at some point I came in with another hundred actors or so and did my best and kept coming in and coming in until finally did a network test and got the role, and I never thought that I would be the lead character in any show, and this proved me wrong. How did you prepare yourself to play someone who's brilliant hacker? But also has serious mental health problems and a very very deep, sadness and loneliness. I mean, even wondering if you talk to therapists, not about your own mental health issues, but about his. I did I ended up reaching out to a psychologist name Jenny Maury. And I asked her if there was any way we could have sessions where we will talk about Elliott Alderson. And let's talk about schizophrenia. Let's talk about dissociate of disorder. Let's talk about social anxiety. And I never quite knew exactly what Elliott was dealing with to start off. So I wanted to cover all the bases. I read books on schizophrenia read, I read books on everything. I watched anything I could get my hands on of someone who was dealing with any of these issues and. I just I tried to absorb as much as I could. And she was incredibly helpful to the point where salmon I would have conversations, and I I had so much insight into it. He he would ask me. How are you? So informed on this. And I told him I've been talking to a psychologist who deals with this all the time. And after a while he said could I have her phone number? I said sure and eventually she was brought on as a consultant for the show. Oh, that's great. That's great. Well, what what is it been like to stay in Elliott's mind for several years in in his like, you know, depressed anxious social, anxiety kind of mind. It was taxing not gonna lie. There were many many hours spent in that mind frame, and it's very isolated lonely place to be he's profoundly alienated. He has an incredibly difficult time talking to people even being physically close to people spent so much time viewing the world from behind a monitor and keyboard, but at the same time he's able to to have some sort of resilience and pursuance to go out and say, I want to change the status quo. And in fact, I wanna go when step further I wanna save the world those things. In themselves. When you when you bridge them together for such a complex life that it. It's difficult every night to to walk away from that and jump back in into my own shoes. He hides under his hoodie whenever he's in public. I'm wondering if you've got an interesting responses either from hackers because he's a hacker from people with mental health issues or from hoodie manufacturers. Before we did the pilot..

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"rami malek" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

04:45 min | 3 years ago

"rami malek" Discussed on Fresh Air

"That's get back to my interview with Romney Malik who plays Freddie, Mercury in the new Queen bio pic bohemian rhapsody now also stars in the TV series mister robot. Freddie, Mercury was born in Zanzibar and grew up there. And in India before his family immigrated to England Rummy Malik is American the son of gyp shin immigrants when we left off. He was talking about trying to understand and convey who Freddie Mercury was I had to mystify him somehow and the way to do that was looking at his background. I thought to myself. Here's a young man immigrated to a country defied all obstacles to do what he loved, and that was one thing that that I could understand not to compare myself to him in any way, shape or form. But I am a first generation American my family came from Egypt and saw a better life for their children in the US. And you know, obviously, like so many people they would have loved for us to be doctors and lawyers. My sister is a doctor. So she fulfilled that aspect, but it was very difficult to convince anyone that I wanted to do this. And that I could do this. Did you feel like you were going to be letting them down if you failed that that they came here in annot already born when they came here, but still they probably knew they'd be having children are more children and often with immigrants the idea is it's for the children. So if you failed as an actor would you have been letting let? Them down. Did you did you feel guilty for even trying for an acting career? It's good question. Yeah. I did feel guilty and the only way to compensate for that was just to to give it my all. There was one moment. I was in my apartment that we were living in four of us in a two bedroom apartment, and I was I would wake up early. I was sleeping in in the living room at that point. And I had a stack of Manila envelopes and every morning would get up and put my head shot and resume in the Manila envelopes. And remember, my father one day standing next to my mom, saying we have very Tanegashima, son. And I don't think that he knows that I heard him. But I heard that and it gave me that extra boost I needed to just keep going, and I. I would take those Manila envelopes at his delivering pizza would put them glue them or tape them to every pizza box. I would send out I would keep them behind the register of the fast food restaurant. I would be working at and if anyone even produce Oriel came in they were getting a head shot and resume in there to go back. Did you did you deliver pizzas to like famous producers directors? I did get an audition out of it once and I did. Yeah. I did was for commercial and of still kept in touch with them person gaming the audition. Did you get the commercial? I did not. What was it? For an EMS. Well, I will tell you one day. I did get a call. I got a call from Maura Casey who was a casting director for the Gilmore girls. And she asked to speak with the Romney Malik agent. And I said speaking, and she said, well, can I talk to about Romney Malik coming in and for a role on the Gilmore girls? And I said, yeah. And she's in who am I speaking with? I said this is he and she said, you don't you don't have an agent do. No. But we can work on that. And she started laughing and she said well. Well, are you are you sag or are you part of the Screen Actors Guild a nice as of yet? No. But that's something else. We can we can work on as well. And she kept laughing. And she's like, listen, you're cute calming when you get a representation, and I said, I said, listen, we're we're doing all right? We're having a good time. I see that the scene has only three lines and how about giving a guy break, and if you're laughing now chances are might have you laughing in the room, and she took a few seconds. And she said, you know, what can come on? I couldn't believe it. I could not believe it. And I went in on that day and later on that night..

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"rami malek" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"rami malek" Discussed on Fresh Air

"I had never worked that hard in in my life on one particular piece of filming every day. I spent hours with a movement teacher named paulie Bennett. And I always wanted to keep it very spontaneous. But at the same time honor this fantastic performance that he and Queen gave. And it's like you said there are things he does with that microphone. That is defy what the mere mortal can do he whips around with it with you know, violence at times with elegance. He uses as the era guitar sometimes right in front of one of the greatest guitar players of all time, Brian May so as Brian May is crushing on guitar here is Freddie Mercury air guitar in. And he's still a magnificent thing to watch. It's so compelling. And only he could get away with that. So I was wondering when you're onstage. First of all, did you film the Live Aid concert at Wembley? And were there seventy two thousand people in the audience was that like footage from the actual concert. That was like put in in a seamless way to make it look like you are performing to the audience that was actually there in nineteen eighty-five. Where's the CGI? Like, what was the setting who is actually there? Wimbley doesn't exist at that. When there's a new Wembley stadium. Just it doesn't exist. We recreated it on an airfield just outside London. And we did bring in fans actors to be to be Queen fans who actually work weaned fans, and I thought, oh, that's that's terrific will have a lot of support. But at one point I thought well, what if I don't live up to their expectations. This could be the worst thing. I maybe should've just got people. Who have never heard of Queen. And I could have given them a great show. So everything felt daunting. From that perspective. We did have some point thousands of background actors their supporting actors, but never, of course, seventy two thousand that would have taken up the entire budget to be able to do something like that. And logistically would been impossible. It takes guts, if you're Freddie Mercury and you're performing in front of an audience of seventy two thousand people in this use stadium. And you're starting your set by sitting at the piano, alone playing a few chords that everybody knows that they're already going crazy because of that. And then you start singing solo for while before the ban comes in did the confidence where off on you. I don't know how confident you are as Rami Malik. But did you become more confident embracing your Rami Malik south after having embraced, Freddie, mercury's confidence? There was a moment where I stepped on stage in. Sequin Leotard that leaves nothing to the imagination. And at one point. I said, listen if you're going to play man who Iraq this thing out like nobody's business and made everything his own and spontaneously combusted in the most magnificent way on stage, you better own this. And I'll tell you by the end of shooting we came to another concert sequence. And I asked Julian day the costume designer. I said, you know, that the sequin Leotard he said, yes, I said, do you think you can make that for me in ruby red? And he laughed. She looked at me said, well, we've come a long way have. Another thing. We should mention is your teeth. He had what four extra teeth and in his upper mouth, and he had, you know, very buck teeth as a result. And so you had fake teeth that you use made for you by a famous like Hollywood prophetic teeth designer what was it like for you to wear them?.

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"rami malek" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

04:43 min | 3 years ago

"rami malek" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Okay. So the final note his. Voice breaks. What are we hearing? Gosh, the majority of that is obviously, Freddie Mercury. But somehow they've they've found a way to to me in there. And I can't I really can't tell you feel so seemless to me. And that's I think one of the greatest aspects of this film is even I watch, and I cannot tell now I just want to reiterate that the majority of this. I mean, so much of it is Freddie's voice, and I'd never want to ever step in and pretend that I let myself to so much of this. So now that you've taken singing lessons or you more comfortable singing. No, no. I say, I'm more comfortable dancing, more comfortable being onstage. I enjoy the piano. Now, I find it meditative at one point plate upside down in the film. And I thought oh of all the challenges you're giving me here page twenty and the stage direction safe, Freddie, plays bohemian rhapsody upside down, and I thought come on give a break. Did you not play at all? When you started. No, I'd never played peon. Never touched a piano. I had to learn the guitar is well for crazy little thing called love, which didn't make it into the film. But everything was it was like going to a conservatory of music every day one hour to hour spent singing, two hours PNO for hours and movement in choreography. It was it was fascinating. It was Bella going back to school. So what can you play on your own only bohemian rhapsody, and we? Okay noodle every once in a while. So I'll call those original works. So beaming rhapsody is book ended by a busy like a a reproduction of the famous Queen performance at Live Aid in nineteen eighty five. And for people who don't remember or were in alive. Then that was this you've benefit concert in nineteen eighty-five for for the benefit of people suffering from the famine the opium and your performance. There were multiple stages for this. The Queen said your performance the Queen performance wasn't Wembley stadium in London to an audience of seventy two thousand people. So you as Freddie Mercury had to reproduce that performance. No anyone can see that performance on YouTube. It's easy to see. So I know you had no problem watching the actual Live Aid performance, which is considered one of the great performances in rock history. So I'm sure you must have studied at moved by. I move including learning, Freddie, mercury's microphone technique because he he he'd basically be handed the mic on the stand. But not not on the base. So is just like the the poll with the Mike on it. And then he'd use that as a prop, you know, starting around on stage and using it as a, you know, strumming like it was a good tar putting it across his his groin as if it were a large phallus, you know, of all the other actress. So tack to us about like studying, Freddie, Mercury during the Live Aid concert. And and also like how he used the microphone. Well, I walked around London for about two months with this half. Mike, and I think now when you say half Mike does that mean like the poll with the Mike on it like the correct? Yeah. You walking around with the Mike owner. Yeah. Walked around with a mic attached to it. I just never wanted to lose focus of what I was doing. And that was a very constant reminder. Sometimes I would tuck the microphone into my backpack. But otherwise, you just look like you're walking around with a piece of metal. And that's quite scary. These days as it looks like a weapon. Exactly. So I kept a Mike on it. Just to remind people. Hey, I'm not out to hurt. Anyone? It was the first thing we shot Live Aid day one we came out. And it was it's that massive crane shot that goes through the audience and comes right up around the piano and opens to Freddie, Mercury myself playing him singing bohemian, rhapsody and. Talk about a baptism by fire..

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"rami malek" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"rami malek" Discussed on Fresh Air

"So they wanted to see my physical interpretation as well. So I had to sing to prove that a some point in the future. Whatever I was doing would sync up to the way, Freddie, sang eventually. I don't think anybody really wanted to hear my voice as much as they would love to hear Mr. mercury's. Yeah. All the music credits in the movie, a at the end of the credits are attributed to Queen. So. So you saying as you were filming, but the music that we're hearing actually, Freddie Mercury and Queen. It's actually in Malcolm -ation, I will say the large majority of it is Freddie Mercury. I went out every day and sang at the top of my lungs because that's the only way to match what he's doing. He's giving everything one hundred ten percent always and in order to sink it up properly use bits of my voice in the beginning. It will lead in with my voice, and then pick up for the majority using Freddie mercury's voice, you know, tops entails as you call it what I quickly realized was no one can sing. Like, freddie. Mercury. And nor can I it very difficult to get my voice up to those high notes at some point my voice breaks and breaks pretty quickly when I'm trying to ascend. What Freddie Mercury can do? There's actually. Scene where you're at the piano, singing sketch of behemoth rhapsody, and your voice breaks is any of that you. Yes. Some of that is actually me we have an incredible sound engineer named Paul Massey on their who found ways to I think deceive all of us. But there are parts that are me. I think the the parts that break. Yes. That would be considered rahmael. She we just hear that bit. Sure, let us know if you can tell which part is you. Okay. So this is a scene from the movie Bahia in rhapsody where Romney Malik, Freddie. Mercury is at the piano in his living room singing Baheen rhapsody..

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"rami malek" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"rami malek" Discussed on Fresh Air

"And. Really mad. 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 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 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 are like do you? I do don't misunderstand diving. It's a rock and roll record with the scale of 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 make rest with cross boundaries will will speaking bloody tongues. If we want to. Malik. Welcome to fresh air. So much fun to watch as Freddie Mercury. How did you get the part of, Freddie? Mercury. Did you ask to addition? Or are you invited? I was invited. Which is feels like a very rare thing, especially when you're on dishing for someone as magnificent, and I contact as Freddie Mercury I was do shooting mister robot and the producers Graham king Dennis Sullivan called mail to Los Angeles. And I knew what the meeting was about. So I started watching as much archive footage as possible sat down in their office 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 singing part of your addition. 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 going to 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..

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"rami malek" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

09:40 min | 3 years ago

"rami malek" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The interview we're about to hear was one of the most popular interviews on our website. It's with Rami Malik who stars in the movie bohemian rhapsody as Freddie Mercury. The lead singer and songwriter of Queen the title of the film comes from the title of one of their most famous songs. 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. Let's start with a scene from bohemian rhapsody. It's nine hundred seventy five and Freddie Mercury in the members of Queen are in the office of a record executive played by Mike Myers. Talking 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? Do you do? I understand darling. It's a rock and roll record the scale of Oprah the Pacers 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. Sean will cross boundaries will will speaking in tongues. If we want to. Romi 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 audition 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 iconic is Freddie Mercury. I was doing shooting mister robot and the producers Graham king and 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 and 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 has it panned out. I did was singing part of your addition. It ended up being part of that audition. I warn them. I was not a singer. I told them and don't play the piano. 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 green lit 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. So they wanted to see my physical interpretation as well. So I had to sing to prove that at some point in the future. Whatever I was doing would sync up to the way, Freddie, sang eventually. I don't think anybody really wanted to hear my voice as much as they would love to hear Mr. mercury's all the music credits in the movie a at the end of the credits are attributed to Queen. So. So you sang as you were filming that the music that we're hearing is actually, Freddie Mercury and Queen. It's actually in the Malcolm ation, I will say the large majority of it is Freddie Mercury. I went out every day and sang at the top of my lungs because that's the only way to match what he's doing. He's giving everything a hundred and ten percent always and in order to sink it up properly use bits of my voice in the beginning. It will lead in with my voice, and then pick up for the majority using, Freddie, mercury's voice tops entails as you. Call it what I quickly realized was no one can sing. Like, freddie. Mercury. And nor can I it very difficult to get my voice up to those high notes at some point, my voice breaks, and it breaks pretty quickly when I'm trying to ascend. What Freddie Mercury can do? There's actually a scene where you're at the piano singing a sketch of Bahia Mian rhapsody, and your voice breaks is any of that. You. Yes. Some of that is actually me we have an incredible sound engineer named Paul Massey. On their who found ways to I think deceive all of us. But there are parts that are me. I think the the parts that break. Yes. That would be considered Email. Should we just hear that bit? Sure. Okay. Let us know if you can tell which part is you. Okay. So this is a scene from the movie Bahamian rhapsody where Romney Malik, Freddie. Mercury is at the piano in his living room singing Baheen rhapsody. Okay. So the final note his. Voice breaks. What what are we hearing? Gosh, the majority of that is obviously, Freddie Mercury. But somehow they've they've found a way to to put me in there. And I can't I really can't tell you feel so seemless to me. And that's I think one of the greatest aspects of this film is even I watch it, and I cannot tell now I just want to reiterate that the majority of this. I mean, so much of it is Freddie's voice, and I never want to ever step in and pretend that I lent myself to so much of this. So now that you've taken singing lessons are you more comfortable singing. No, no. I say, I'm more comfortable dancing, more comfortable being onstage. I enjoy the piano. Now, I find meditative at one point and played upside down in the film, and I thought oh of all the challenges you're giving me twenty and the stage direction safe. No, Freddie, plays bohemian rhapsody upside down, and I thought come on give break did you not play at all? When you started. No, I'd never played a piano. Never touched a piano. I had to learn the guitar is well for crazy little thing called love, which didn't make it into the film. But everything was it was like going to a conservatory of music every day. One hour to hour spent singing two hours, a Pia, no for hours and movement and choreography. It was it was fascinating is going back to school. So what can you play on your own only bohemian rhapsody, and we are? Noodle every once in a while. So I'll call those original works. Let me reintroduce you. If you're just joining us. My guest is Romi Malik and he stars as Freddie Mercury in the new Queen movie, but he Mian rhapsody. He also stars in this series mister robot. We're going to take a short break, then we'll be right back. This is fresh air. In the middle of journalism school, Chris Harlan. Dunaway thought to himself. I had always dreamt of racing. My bike in Europe..

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Rami Malek's response to question about Freddie Mercury being a gay icon doesn't go so well

Mason & Ireland

01:59 min | 3 years ago

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

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Rami Malek is a 'legend' in new trailer for Freddie Mercury biopic 'Bohemian Rhapsody'

Gary and Shannon

04:26 min | 3 years ago

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..

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