17 Burst results for "Rupert Everett"
"rupert everett" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"All both. We had the same reaction to this the Entertainment Weekly cover. We take a look at it. The cast of my best friends wedding. On the cover of Entertainment Weekly. And we just wanna start singing the moment I wake up and Cameron has pretty much retired. So for he really has just amazing. It's it's they've done this. They've done this in years now. I absolutely love it, and they all look gorgeous. It's that was such a fun movie. We loved it. I still remember when Cameron Diaz yellow dress in the airport, but little cute scarf. None of what they share. Here's really news. They all for Rupert Everett, German Moroni. Julia Roberts and Cameron. They all love the experience Anders stand while the movie means so much to people Cameron brought up her sister-in-law, Nicole Richie. It's one of her favourite who made Cameron go to Chicago with her. And go to all the on site locations. That's a fan. She is in love it. And then they remember they reshot the ending to give Kimmy her hormone share the memories of some of that. And no sprays joy gives us a classic. Julia. Roberts moments when they're talking about the karaoke scene, and they shot it pretty much live with Cam is Kimmy sounding like crap and mica falling more in love with her because of it. They did it and. Because it just went from being incredibly ridiculous and embarrassing being incredibly moving and Jewish like you need to watch this movie again. Well, and if you want another it, it's just really a fun movie. Everything about it is fun. She's a food editor from New York their best friends forever. Her in Maroney. That's really when I fell in love. Listen to Rachel says Robert says, I after Rupert Everett said, you know, this karaoke went from ridiculous to moving and joyous. I need to watch this movie again, I don't remember feeling isolated in my plotting. I had you and so anyway, that's why she was so good net. Because in her mind, she was on Julianne side. Yeah. You know, she thinks Julianne should have gotten the guy. It was such a good movie and Rupert shut it down. Anyway at eleven eleven..
"rupert everett" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"And while we were filming the show. I then like randomly bought like these very high waisted, pleaded Hugo Boss pants that. I got and war once and somebody was like that are you like? Dammit. Doing it. I started dressing like coke in public. It's just all of come off. Terrible you talk. Okay. No segues podcasts continues back. So your dad. That bar, but. This is dinner theatre back homes, bright. So you all talk frankly and openly about the book there's like there's a lot about your sex life in there. There's talk about coming out to your parents and them not necessarily being so surprised. I'm surprised they're still anxiety. And that's a big moment for anybody. Obviously. We're gonna be supportive. No. There was definitely anxiety. I think my dad was very much of the mindset that it was a choice that I was choosing. And then about a year later, he said to me, I was home from college. And he was like I haven't thinking about this. And it's definitely not a choice because when you were about four you wanted to be a solid gold dancer, and she was like an I remembered that and then I was like what I guess he was he was just trying to tell us back. Then who he was. So it was I'm happy that my father came came to that conclusion on his own. My mother took the more sort of. I think typical mother stands which is she didn't want my life to be harder than it needed to be. And she's also worried for my safety. And to her not defense. But you know, Matthew Shepard was murdered. Within the year that I came out. Right. So here she has a son who's roughly the same age who's away at college who kind of even looks like him. And I think that was really hard for her to rapper head around that I was like in New York City and also this adjust happened somewhere. Like is that is that going to happen to you or you're going to be safe or you're going to be okay and actually safer? Yeah. But I think that was a big. But those are the two big, you know, I think they're big reactions, but everybody was very supportive. I gotta say did growing up. Did you have like role models? If when you kind of started to become aware of your own sexuality when you look at the arts and said, okay, there's a path for me for a young gay actor to not be defined by that and to have all that you wanted out of a career or no. Not really. Yeah. I mean, I gotta say I gotta say, yeah. There was not. There weren't really. I mean, there was the sort of one off actors that would like the Rupert Everett's that popped up second. And that's not you know, he talks about it very openly feels like that really did affect his career. But that was very sort of inspiring moment to have somebody who's actually willing to say that. And come out publicly. But no, I didn't really have anybody specifically with with the whole picture in mind that came much later. So I think what I was more focused on was just professionally because again, I wanted to be a musical theater actor, I was focusing on, you know, actors like the Jonathan to Kujat Susan the who's Tommy and Brian D'Arcy James who's Titanic like you folk I was focusing on like, that's the type of thing that I wanna those are the roles that I wanna play, but in terms of incorporating personal life into it that didn't happen for a long time is part of the reason why you're like so Frank and open about like, the sex life to also in the book to kind of tell the story to young men or women and sort of see like, you know, they can apply to sexual it's to whatever..
"rupert everett" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"I wear hearing aids. So it's obviously particularly personal for me. I was thinking if you know if I went to. A film on. There was someone being portrayed wearing a hearing aid out love that. Because I just never see that on film Noah near enough. Would I mind if that wasn't deaf? No, not really what I prefer it. If they were. Yes, obviously. So it's really tricky complicated issue. She says she didn't take the role. She wants to move side letter deaf. Actress come in, but other actors Simon Callow kind of tongue in cheek wrote in he's playing Christmas Carol should he not play because tiny Tim is disabled on Cape launch a little more seriously saying that she will defend the right of actors to suspend disbelief an end to that world of a different character. I'm basically play anyone and it's difficult to argue against that. That is what being an actor is about. I think to be fair he had to this actor Jamuna. She says actually, what would what we wanted to move roles for people with disabilities and diverse actress to come through the system, I think that's of course, the, but it's been a fudge. It's bit of adult. It's it's a funny topic. Isn't it especially interesting to see Simon Kelly popping up there? I remember speaking to him here on monocle twenty four some time ago, and we were discussing oh. What role gay people should be allowed to today in Hollywood in Hollywood filmmaking. Some Callow, of course, famously gay married to a man lives here in London we were discussing Rupert Everett and how the difficulties he had in his in his career. And of course, back when Rupert Everett was was trying to make it in Hollywood. And of did make it in my best friend's wedding. It was all about him wanting to play roles that weren't gay. And now it feels like it's sort of flipped around just a little bit. Where you've got this expect expectation that any any roles that gay or any roles that are trans will be played by actors that that fit those descriptions in real life. I mean, they reasonable easy answer as you say. But it's a it sent certainly an ongoing debate. Let's move on now to the guardian moon gardening. I'll let you explain. Yeah. Moon gardening niche, basically, China, you know, they'd recently landed on the docks on the Foucault. I'd of the moon on what they did. That was started gardening. Amaze me on a small green shoot is now growing on the moon. It's the first time humans. Of done biological growth experiments on the lunar surface. I should say this is within a small bucket like kind of container. So as not just on on the surface. But what they've done is. They've got potato seeds and fruit. Fly eggs what they hope is the plants will end grope right oxygen for the flies. And then the flies will obviously produce manure which will feed the plants is the idea, and it's quite exciting. Quite interesting. You know, if we want to live colonize, the moon, or whatever we need to see how these plants grow in low gravity circumstances. But they will always need to be within this container for a couple of very obvious reasons. One the massive amounts of Kuzmic radiation. And Secondly, the temperatures which kind of forgotten on the moon surface vary from minus one hundred and seventy degrees c right up to over one hundred degrees c so we're not gonna see anyone out with gloves on a pickaxe, whatever it is digging away. On the moon's surface anytime soon on certainly not may I'm not a fan of gardening in the best of times. China's thanks for taking us through today's newspapers. You're listening to the globalist.
"rupert everett" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I mean, you you've talked in a number of interviews about helping openly gay limited your opportunities in Hollywood. Do you see a change today? I think there is a change. I think I think the I mean everything's up for grabs. Now, this isn't a very exciting time and definitely change is happening and. And hopefully things will go on moving. Personally. I think you know, gay just need to be able to play straight parts. I don't understand why all the straight actors can go and play gay parts, and everyone just assumes they know how to do it. But somehow in the mindset of the powers that be this doesn't work in the other direction. They always blame the audience. They say, oh, the audience wouldn't accept it. But I think this is not true is to do with the mindset in in. What remains of the boys club of the people in power in the executive branch? And that has to that is the thing that still I feel needs to largely change. I'm sure this is something you've experienced yourself. Absolutely. I it does it make you reflect on that. I mean when I told people I was interviewing you today. I was excited talking about Oscar Wilde and people still referred to my best friends wedding ring to a lot of the roles and you had in the in the ninety s how do you reflect in that time? Now, do you like thinking back to that time? But it was a very exciting time. And a number leave time for me. It was like it was one of those kind of dream come true type of times in one sense. The I could catapult myself into such a successful place for my best friend's wedding. And that film went so incredibly well for me. But in one sense, a the you can only go so far playing the gay best friend. I mean, you have to kind of be able to come up with something else along the line. Otherwise, the audiences will get booed, and I think to graduate to any other kind of role was seemed to me. To be impossible. And then as soon as my gay best friend role seemed to fail that was when the lights kind of snapped out. I I don't think that's something. We talk about enough. We had jesting Bateman on the show a few weeks ago Justine Bateman played played Mallory. And I think it was family ties. I believe which is a show. I I didn't see right. And she wrote this book most recently about becoming less famous, and I had never really heard anyone talk about that before becoming less famous. She's she wrote she wrote a book about at one at one point people walk down the street and yelled at her character's name, and then one day, they didn't and how unsafe sometimes you feel when you're when you're less famous and all the things you get used to that you that you don't want to you got used to what it's like being dead. And that is the greatest opportunity of it'll because in one sense you become like a ghost or poltergeist. You'll still screeching around the curve does apply power. But everyone's looking straight through you. And all the ideas, everyone thought was fabulous when you famous they're bored. Stiff by in your new. Persona. And I think it feels exactly what it feels like being a ghost. You're kind of trapped in the world, and you really have to die. And I think that gives you an enormous opportunity because dying to yourself is really one of the great possibilities and starting over. And it's happened to me several times and each time. I found it his pin immensely fertilizing. Actually, it's like we keep on coming back to Christ revert this what we're doing. Dying in the resurrection. I can only imagine also that it was nice to work with your friend, Colin Firth again in this film. It was wonderful and also call in and Emily and Tom Brady with people by giving their names made the financing of the film come together. Finally, because particularly call in actually because he had become so successful in the last five years if he hadn't shown up the film would have collapsed. And so I will always be very indebted to revert. You've been very generous talking today. Thanks for your time. Thank you very much Rupert Everett directs and stars in the happy. Prince you can catch the film in select.
"rupert everett" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Who reads a lot. I bet you've had a list of your favorite authors. Just in the back of your brain people, you return to over and over again, just because you love the stories that they write for Rupert Everett, the writer that tops. His list is Oscar Wilde Rupert Everett has played some of Oscar Wilde's best known characters in films like the importance of being earnest, which I found out is not one of the Ernest movies and an ideal husband, but in his latest movie, the happy prince Rupert gets to play Oscar Wilde himself, it's something that he's done before on stage. But this time Rupert Everett also wrote and directed the project as basically a dream scenario, this film, the happy prince takes you into the last few years of Oscar Wilde's life after Wilde's time in prison convicted on a charge of gross indecency, which more or less. Method crime of just being an openly gay man when I talked to Rupert Everett from studio in New York. I asked him what it is that stran- him to Oscar Wilde so often over his life. And it turns out it's that last chapter that last chapter of Oscar Wilde's life has a lot to do with it, I suppose because of for me, he's a kind of patron Saint or a Christ figure almost. I think first of all, obviously, I I'm very attracted by his brilliance as a writer, but more than that. I think as a gay man, I feel that he's a kind of Christ figure for for the gay movement. And and for that, I find him very inspiring and moving and generally entertaining character a Christ figure not just in in his inspiration. But also the dying for our sins way to write kind of because in one sense, I think he very much sacrificed himself for for immortality and to create the road towards gay liberation. Do you? Remember the first time you read Oscar Wilde. I was read Oscar Wilde by my mother was very small, and she read me, the happy prince, and I must have been privy five or six or maybe seven, and I remember it very very well. And it was a great eye-opener because I think neither my mother nor I probably understood the text Burt because I came from a rigidly conservative family. They ruled in the military or in the navy, and we weren't the kind of people who expressed feelings very much. And so to read the story about love and suffering in the price of love. Was a complete eye-opener. I I looked at my family with new is thought they must be there's more to life than just this is the kind of work. It's it's almost like a a good television show or a great book. And then as you get older, you take more from it. Right. Yeah. I think I think the for me more than the work is the character of Oscar Wilde, that's that's the thing that I find most inspiring. I've loved being in in the place, and I've loved reading de profundis and the ballad of reading jail, and and the picture of Dorian gray more than that. I love his life and particularly his life on the skids. This this idea of kind of rockstar because he really was one of the first famous famous people he was cooled the most famous man in London and the idea of him on the skids and. The turn of the century. Paris is incredibly romantic to me. I think we're having more and more conversations about the reality than endangers of fame than ever before. People keep adapting Oscar Wilde's work. Do you think there's something especially relevant about his work or him today? I think his story is relevant today because he really did suffer for being himself. And you know, if you look at this story, my story of my film, really is only halfway across the spectrum of today's global gay experience because in but three quarters of our planet. It still a daily life and death challenge being gay or lesbian. No transgender. So in that sense. I think he is very relevant. Always Rupert Everett, you referred to him as a couple of times as a patron Saint as a Christ like figure, can you think of one thing that specifically you learned about yourself through Oscar Wilde, well, I think the thing that I learned about myself making the movie and in the years it took to political toge-. Was I think I had much more to nasty denied ever giving myself credit for having made the film. I thought my good if I had known that I had this kind of mountain goat kind of out before. Maybe I'd go further in the world. I think you've done. All right. Thinking about Oscar Wilde and getting ready for this interview has has also just made me think about how we value are. Now. I mean, you mentioned the picture of Dorian gray, which I think is probably the best shot. We have at as sort of a unanimous, universal work of Oscar Wilde's is one of those works that I think, you know, you know, the story of the painting, even if you don't don't know the details. Yeah. Even if you if you don't know the author, and it was hated when it was when it was first published even though now, it's considered a classic. I guess it's made me think about the art that we devalue now and how we're going to feel about it in the future. Well, what's so interesting about the world is what what grows culturally there's been done. And what diminishes you know, some things that we think are absolutely amazing. The time me nothing one hundred years later, and particularly for example in the in the time of wild. There were certainly other playwrights and writers who would just as popular as he was. And we don't know about any of them now. And I think I think there'll be a lot of things like that coming from today because actually this is an era kind of of trash you think in many respects. Yes. I think some of the commercial art, for example, if you look at the Britomart of the nineties and the turn of the century. I wonder how that will endure in one hundred years, I wonder how you know on mainstream Hollywood would endure one hundred years, I guess enough Popstars will be will be will we still be able to sing a song of which which which songs we sing? Now. Will we still be singing around campfires? You know, when the apocalypse hits we had no we have no electricity. Averge? Better do all right. I guess there's it makes you wonder how many Oscar Wilde or walking amongst us right now, perhaps one hundred years from now, we will be still talking about them, and in our business, for example, you know, in the movie business with the TV businesses so much progress that product going towards the people who have to choose it on choose what to make that you look at them, and you realize halfway through conversation that you might be setting yourself on fire, and they wouldn't really notice because you know, there's the so much so much too much going on. There's I think our brains are over excited if you're just tuning in. I'm speaking with Rupert Everett. He's in a new film about Oscar Wilde a particular chapter of Oscar wildlife, it's called the happy prince, and as you may have gleaned if you're just tuning us is Rupert is a very big fan of Oscar Wilde e every meaningful figure in his life, and which makes sense because he wrote and directed and stars in this film and Rupert. It's it's interesting to talk to you about this. Because I feel like you've embodied so much of Wilde's work in the past. I mean, you were in onscreen. Adaptations of an ideal husband in the importance of being earnest, however in this case you play wild himself. So can you compare a contrast playing wild himself versus playing one of his characters? Well, I think a lot of his characters. Lied to him the the characters that I've played were Lord Henry Wotton in the picture of Dorian, gray. And then in his character. We see the whole shop edgy. Slightly decadent side of wild. And then I played also in the ideal husband another character who is also quite edgy. But then ends up having a kind of heart of gold, and that sort of leads one to wild too. And then, of course, both algae and Jack in the importance of being honest. Give us a real insight into how all those famous conversations that we hear was so exciting at the cafe Royal in the in the end of the nineteenth century how how they were. So I think for me playing wild. It was very very useful to have done all these plays and writing trying to write wild to recreate my own wild din dialogue. I think that was very useful to on the other hand, I think when when he hits my film. He's considerably changed. Really? He's been to prison. He's come out of prison. He passes briefly through a kind of phases a born again Christian, and then gets bored of that. And then runs back to Lord. Alfred Douglas and really with this act destroys whatever chance he has of ever. Rehabilitating himself to tell us a little bit more about where Oscar Wilde finds himself and in your phone because for people who aren't necessarily definitely with his story. Well, I guess people who aren't that familiar with the story they should know that wild went to prison for gross indecency, which was for being a homosexual, basically he had two years earned with hard labour and the day he came out of prison. He left England forever to live in France. And he arrived in France with every single good intention and also this kind of Christine fervor that quite soon burnt out actually only burnt out probably because as soon as he got to France, he found English people everywhere, and these English people since he'd been so famous recognized him which is quite a thought because it's not recognizing through TV or photographs is recognizing from etching. Things and theater programs and things like that. And but he was recognized and the English thought it was within the rim. It to are the having removed from restaurants or to spit on him or give him chasing ran towns for fun. And he realized pretty quickly that liberty was actually going to be another kind of torture and other kind of prison in in the film and so much of what we talked about. Today is Oscar Wilde struggling with his own celebrity as you mentioned he goes he goes to France, but he can't escape his own fame. He's bullied a lot publicly for his own fame. And we start to wonder as you watched the film, whether he crossing that line between fame and infamy. You have an interesting perspective as opposed to an Oscar Wilde biographer, and that you've had your own brushes and life with fame and celebrity to making this film and learning, but Oscar Wilde make you reflect on that relationship what my relationship with fame. No, not really. I think making the film, but Oscar Wilde made me just think really of my position more if anything is attempting to to be in this business as as a homosexual man really think the inspiration. I find from him is is how how complex it is certainly historically to to work in a world is rigidly heterosexual is cinema, for example. And so that is is the parallelism mostly found with Oscar Wilde, d do you think do you think that's changed for actors today?.
"rupert everett" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"No one loves Neil Patrick Harris more than Neil Patrick Harris. I'm kidding. We love it. It was so happy to have him here. Let's talk about books talking about TV shows talk about magic. Let's talk about everything that you talk about with Neil Patrick Harris. Vote n. p. h. welcome to the show. I'm I'm an acronym. How are you? You're an acronym. So an acrimonious. So you're not an e- got yet, but you're an et I just an enemy of an enemy EMMY a Tony have Emmys and a Tony. So Tony. Told him my favorite story. I was doing the red carpet at the Grammys in in Los Angeles, and I'm interviewing you for entertainment tonight. Nice and Madonna walked up behind us and she was up next in the middle of the interview. You said to me these words, I guess this is where you asked me to leave. Stay. Any woke pissed off. Really. I just assumed I feel a little out of place at the Grammys. Do you know what I mean? So I wouldn't Madonna's in the house. You kind of like Gaga or something. You just kind of gracefully an interview, the people of imports? Not her. I've interviewed her before. She said terror. Just like your accent. One. I can't tell where from as a beast, never interview. All right. I didn't movie with her. Which one? Why do you ask me these questions in the morning? My next best friend, no, my best. It was Rupert Everett and her and I played reverts friends who and my boyfriend had died of aids and we got to sing American pie at my boyfriend's funeral. So I got to sing American pie while crying with Madonna. Okay, bucket list moments. Then she was nice. They were lighting her in this movie. Very particularly to make her looks really great and in doing so they would put a shaft of light where is work to make her eyes standout, but in doing so, then she really couldn't move much in at the scenes because if she moved up down left to right, the light would notice it. So every scene, if you see in the movie, my next best friend, what's it called? It's called the next best thing. The next best thing Google. Patrick hal. No, she had to stand there the things to get to, but we've got about the book and it's so important. Talk about the book. Next of all, we must talk about how I met your mother, how many topics on our show have we ripped off from your show. So we nice, thank Carter bays and Craig Thomas, they created that show. What am I favor? It shows I've seen in a long time in of itself. Produced cried. Yeah. I mean, it was a one act piece of theater that was involved involved magic and a great guy named Eric don't. Guardiola played played here dean square theater, and it was amazing. Time. They did that ending. I have to know. You're a magician..
"rupert everett" Discussed on Keep It!
"You have a show that appeals to a specific group of people, and so to listen to the other noise when like I've seen people who have seen like they liked insatiable. So like just listen to them. Also, I've not seen diet land. I know you're obsessed with it. Is it comparable to diet land? No diet lends a little bit more darker. Evidence actually stars of that late. Oh, there's, you know, there's also this Jack Whitehall nonsense, which is the issue of once again, people are conflating it with people being mad that they cast a straight actor as gay role where I think the problem is that they're casting him as like Rupert Everett in my best friends wedding only in like the nineteen thirties, and by the way that needs to be preserved role an amber, we redo it. Here's my interesting thing about this situation because I feel like the conversation is slightly wrong. I think obviously from time to time you're going to have straight actors playing gay roles and the opposite. I know there's lots of issues in casting connected with this, but there was an anecdote recounted in the in the advocate recently where in the seventies Rida Marino was in a place you want to twenty four called the Ritz, and another major role in it was a loud gay character. They had originally cast a gay actor and he kind of wouldn't play it shall we say loud enough or like, you know, bright enough. And then they brought in f Murray. Abraham who later won an Oscar for Amadeus. And he's Yup, great performance. And he, of course, played it to the hills. He's like if I were a gay man, I'd be like this and here's, I think the problem. These roles are secretly written for straight men to go crazy with them and not because there's actual authentic gayness in it. So I think it's more a writing problem than a casting problem. Yeah. And you know, it's also the fact that you can have street men plan gate haircutters. You know, if the reverse also happens from time to time, which is like what they were talking like, trans, actresses and actors. We're talking about what Scarlett Johansson here. Like if we were also going up for the same roles, she was going up for then this wouldn't sting so badly..
"rupert everett" Discussed on The Rewatchables
"Yes is this is suggested by my wife who loves Rupert Everett in this because she's always wanted the perfect gay best friend does every woman. Perfect, gay, best friend, whatever it is. He like the dream gay best from this movie seems great. I have a great gay best friend. I'm pretty happy with him. So I don't feel like I need whatever it, but it's a, it's a great thing to have in your life. And my wife's greatest ideas was was back in the days of friendster. They still have friendster. Now it's gone. It was like a basically friendster tender type of thing where it matches up married women, like my wife with a gay best friend that they're looking for. So it's like a match. It's a matchmaking service it. She's like, I would subscribe to making person guy who pretends to be gay on the service movie. He has to reveal to her. He's learned so much and like they're too close and he has to reveal these not actually gay actually in love with her. We just created another net flicks on steal it. The ringer. Yeah, we're Coppard that at the ringer. When did, when did they stop talking when did when did cameras officially cut Julia Roberts out of their lives after the honeymoon so. So on. By the way were never talking again. Yeah, yes, you don't. They try to make it work for like two more visits. The only thing I would say is that the candy ass character does seem a little savvier than she lets on. So maybe she's trying to kind of slowly. I don't know if she does a folk opera nation like you can never speak to him again. I think maybe she'll try to phase out a phase out, cut her from things. She might also play like the emotional like I was really hurt by this instead of the you're out, I think so it might take a couple of months, but I don't know, Helen do take you get rid of the late Barron's likely. Lesson that months, covet. Let's moving along. I think I think she tries to cut them off, but then she's in town. Julia Roberts one time because she has to taste stuff at some restaurant where they bring her the place over and she tastes it and they get together for one dinner at supercrew than never Saragan. Well, if you're Roberts, why do you want to stay in their life? I would if I were, I got back away now. I've been barest myself. He has no place for me. Like I, it's a wrath, I think also I don't really think that this character is in love in love with Michael and this now you know, that's the whole point is that she's an assistant. She gets infatuated and it's about letting go of people. I'm aware that this is the generous interpretation, but I don't actually think that she goes home and. Is like heartbroken for a year. I think she misses her friend. I think she's really pissed off that she lost think it's really awkward and uncomfortable and she's a shamed, but I don't think it's like true. I lost the love of my life, heartbreak in a romantic way, at least. Do they say married? No, no. I mean. Joshu Caribia character. I like Kimmy happy. Right. Kimmy is going to be happy when she dumps this traveling, sports loser. And I mean, here's what happened. Talk about us work. She has been well. She drops out of school. She's twenty two. She nearly she'll be. She says, in the movie that like she and her father have talked about how they both want him to work at her father's company. And I think within a couple years he is because the travel becomes too much and she has been supportive, but wouldn't he liked to do something for her? And then he's working in the he lives in Chicago all the time miserable, and she doesn't have the life that she wants. And yeah, that if also part. Does Julia Roberts dial on this movie the she ever get married? Yes. I think, yes, yeah. Over under Julie Roberts marriages to in this movie though. Just in her life. Oh, Julia Roberts the woman, though the. Oh, I'm sorry, the character. Yeah, I'm not to that makes sense. She has the panic marriage within about eighteen months. Quick. Divorce may be a year, meet somebody else. Because she's been able to in our cystic decides she needs to have a kid second marriage kid, and they get divorced. That sounds about right..
"rupert everett" Discussed on The Rewatchables
"I'm like, yes, bad people shouldn't win, but I don't know. Like I don't find it like so charming that I've invested so much Julia Roberts and she doesn't get our guy. I just not that into it Bill. So Mattis you to move on? Yeah, Rupert Everett. For. It's pretty, I kind of the. The Costa show you when a movie this movie hit some of the elements you need a movie takes off and people are writing about it a week later two weeks later, it's got the comeback movie for the star. It's got the second kind of other star. You can write about almost like the LeBron Dwayne, Wade in Miami type thing. And then the the break-up which was Rupert Everett who was around. I don't know what has he then went onto being the Madonna movie where they have a child together and Madonna falls in love with him, which is a movie that has not age while no least when this movie came out. There is like JAMES BOND stuff with him. Yes, it could be the first gay JAMES BOND actually would have been interesting. This is his most mainstream performance for sure. Yeah. Yes, fun. What what else is there? Anything else that it did he? I mean, he's an all of the period pieces. You know, he was in madness of King George. He was in the importance of being earnest. He's in that Madonna movie, you know he's around, but I think that this is the the big one. Kennedy's. I don't think it's apex was really good. She's really got an career PEX. Is there something by Mary, those a massive successful movie that probably had been nominated for an Oscar and made her gigantic star. And she started met Dylan and and got into the us weekly stream of things. I mean, her dating history is it's rough. No, I disagree the The president. president, what's rough because it didn't work out sharing it up..
"rupert everett" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly
"Was at the bottom of it but because it was to be for year and a half in russia because it was a kind of soviet style film where you had to start data known your va rate vague stop date all the other actors turned it down and they got to me at the very bottom of the list so i did it any of those thoughts on your mind knowing that you are someone who is openly gay who doesn't hide who they are did you have any concerns about being in that sort of world where that might actually calls much bigger problems for you then you had experienced before remember the winner i went to russia it was still in the communist era so there were doesn't you fail to frayed there were pretty controlled people nothing much went on in russia's i didn't i didn't think about getting in trouble but i find when i got there i mean it really was incredible one restaurant in russia in moscow you had to go to the irish shop to get food i got a flat in this building on the first night my next door neighbor burnt to death in his flat he was knocker holik and all his furnish was put out side building burnt out lamp shade in the burntout mattress of burntout armchair and this was i think august and then awesome happened in the autumn leaves fed on it and then the snow came and fell on the you just see the lamp shade then spring came the next year and the snow went and brutes growing up through the mattress of his bed and and you know it was a very extraordinary time wearing wondering about being gay wasn't an issue i mean being gay was being a criminal so those two places to beget you could go to the bar underneath the bolshoi where you could your risk meet gay people but the gays lived in these communities and they were gay and criminal because there was no other choice for them but to be so they're all i if you went with one you got everything taken afterwards and otherwise was the lou underneath the kremlin which was quite good cruising place to but that was doubted i picked up somebody once only right at the very beginning and took him home.
"rupert everett" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly
"Released in nineteen eighty five you say things started to get quite difficult for you then healthcare i thought i knew everything about how everything was meant to be done and so i think i was the easiest person but then i came up against somebody who had a more wounded beleaguer than me which is my director he really i thought was making my life hell and then i decided to try made his life hell to he won because then he told everyone after the movie i was impossible to work with no really and then he directed for weddings and a funeral straight after so if i manage to learn how to you know liquor in a kind of believable way i have could have possibly got in there but the chance but i definitely blue things for myself they're really had to go back to square one sometime later of course you have yourself out quite a career in europe those new amazing agent in italy who put films together and she i met her through susan sarandon and she took me on and she put me into three or four really fantastic movies kind of european movies and that's what i thought god i shouldn't i should really not try hollywood i try and become part of europe and your it was meant to be getting going cinematic ly nine hundred thousand nine was meant to be the year of european cinema so i thought well get in their early instead of having to compete with everyone over in england in america i'll be on my own basically is the only english speaking hopefully trilingual actor around and it was a really clever plan actually but the thing was nine hundred thousand nine didn't happen in the way that anyone thought it was and there was no european cinema language discovered and in fact what you discovered about the european cinemas every single country was so firmly entrenched in its own traditions and beliefs particularly the french one which was the the financially driving force of european cinema they were incredibly francophile and nationalistic and really didn't like any of the other cinemas but anyway i worked lot in italian french coproductions and then eventually those film going on in russia made by very famous russians radical sergei bondarchuk and it was to play an incredibly match oh cossack and those list of actors very long and i.
"rupert everett" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly
"Big old lumpy old lug i didn't need to be patronised about how i was going to kiss the leading lady just i mean it wasn't just wasn't necessary so i go into very difficult relationship with director and that really that film change the course of my career because i suppose one felt very punk you couldn't test rage at that point you can only test for it in about nine hundred eighty six think most people had any kind of sexual life they thought will quite possibly wants number was up and it made you quite snappy and intolerant of anything going wrong in your world so someone who was patronizing me in a way that normally on now i could deal with perfectly well i just snapped back i think that's when i got a reputation as being really difficult to deal with there are these these ongoing assumptions that we have about gay people working in the mainstream entertainment world and you've spoken about this very vocal in the past that there's this idea that if you are openly gay you can only play certain roles it as a gay character in a straight themed sort of story usually they can only occupy certain roles that are outwardly gay for example the gay best friend as you know all about from hollywood films from an early time you must have been very aware of that you must have known that you being an out gay man who's i assume was never prepared to or never even considered that they could hide this actually that was a governing part of who you were you must've known from an early from nearly point that this was going to be something that would be steering many.
"rupert everett" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I was very very lucky and this was nineteen ninety six i believe this was before will and grace for ellen came out it was before rupert everett my best friends wedding it was really before a lot of things happen that changed the the atmosphere but you didn't come out publicly when the movie came out why did you decide to not well publicly gay yeah well first of all i had lived i was out i'd lived and openly gay lifestyle from the time i was twenty one and it ninety ninety six you know it i know these the perception was i hadn't come out publicly i said to us magazines said are you gave away and i said i'm forty single and worked a lot in the musical theater you do the math what are you need flash cards this is not coming out i mean i was not i did not i was not denying it i did not say i had a girlfriend or you know i look forward to your kevin spacey interview whoa either so i i wanted to ask you must meet i remember really very clearly from i think this is so kind of how certain ridiculous the atmosphere was around this kind of thing then in 1997 they made a movie of love valour compassion which the toyota center now he played out a group of gay friends and you had pleaded on stage and jason alexander played it in the movie and he gave an interview when it came out and said something like i'm the first straight actor to play this role and in that got picked up is like jason alexander has ousted nathan lane right and i think i think the reason that i remember this so clearly is because of time i was closeted gay teenager and i was like oh god like anyone can blow your cover at any point this is terrifying like george can stand that can just come and say he's gay so i this is so i was.
"rupert everett" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"In the shade and somebody passed out and in turn passed out you know i remember this is the original film you know when i first went to new york in the late seventies this was it was at the time the most successful foreign film of all time and we played on the upper east side for a couple of years i remember seeing it the original film and just you know screaming and thinking what this is so fantastic this it's a french farce what it so it's subversive it's like that straight people are the villains of the gay people are the heroes and they're not victims and their you know there it's wonderful and and so i was very very lucky and this was nineteen ninety six i believe this was before will and grace for ellen came out it was before rupert everett my best friends wedding it was really before a lot of things happen that changed the the atmosphere but you didn't come out publicly when the movie came out why did you decide to not well publicly gay yeah well first of all i had lived i was out i lived in openly gay lifestyle from the time i was twenty one and it nineteen ninety six you know it i know they the perception was i hadn't come out publicly i said to us magazine said are you gave away and i said i'm forty single and work a lot in the musical theater you do the math what are you need flash cards this is not coming out i mean i was not i did not i was not denying here that i did not say i had a girlfriend or you know i look forward to your kevin spacey interview go so i i wanted to ask you is needed i remember really very clearly from i think this is so kind of how cernan ridiculous the atmosphere was around this kind of thing then in 1997 they made a movie of love valour compassion which the tow tents mcnally play about a group of gay friends and you had pleaded onstage and jason alexander played it in the movie and he gave an interview when it came out and said something like i'm the first straight actor to play this role and in that got picked up is like jason alexander has ousted nathan lane right and i think i think the.
"rupert everett" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Riddle me this give me the name of an openly gay mayo leading man who is that person there was a man named there is an after name rupert everett who was in my best friends wedding and our everett rupert which weighs rupert ever ever group went one way or the other because they're no there was an actor in the in the movie called the reverse one a got nominated for best actor okay and the other one look at look at look up uh mr christian look up the reverse a movie what's the mclean in it and see if there was a a guy now the only thing group across humane i remember network roth or get my rupert ron so rupert everett was in my best friend wedding he was really really good he's a very good actor very handsome and there was a piece i read saying will rupert everett become everett rupert rubric with rupert everett ever become whatever will rupert everett become the first openly gay male lead and i said now what did athletic say when i see a big republican it makes it difficult for me to suspend disbelief what do you think the average viewer feels in terms this spinning disbelief when there is an openly gay male lead actor kissing a woman sweeping were up having a sex scene really you asked me a lot of the viewer and apparently even hollywood understands that now i've heard that there are some male lead to are gathering the closet i've heard a number of rumors about those by talking about somebody who is openly gay the name that person who is a s openminded as hollywood is as probe lgbtq is hollywood is have they ever in a move in a movie or tv show casted in openly gay mail after has a lead new i'm sure it happened with me in wear and that's why kevin spacey played all these games he wants to be a leading mail male leading actor played a lotta more roles where he's plato of a man and i guess in in phnom how's the cars which i've never seen here theory good he plays the president ipr in either in a relationship into marriage now about about uh ryan cranston it's also smart career move i never have understood have somebody like julia roberts can say you can find republican between reptile and repugnant in the dictionary and think that that's malcolm harbour career.
"rupert everett" Discussed on WGTK
"She said why are you making that asumpta first at the first of all why are you making the assumption that there's something awful about being gay i never say that you you apparently feel that way since i said he was gay i didn't say he was hit with evil as that he's gay and she said whoa for you took to infer from his comment to larry king that he's gay is not fair he got klay can the issues of your watched of him on the air can i i said no to the north knows backstory i said no i don't like american idle and she said well he's often talked to american idle about how he respects women he doesn't like talking about though his orientational blah blah and i said all i'm telling you is the average guy i know would not answer the way klay can did on larry king live and it comes out the clay can wasn't that gay and so i was right and i mention that because as liberal as hollywood claimed that is as open minded as hollywood claimed that is riddle me this give me the name of an openly gay mayo leading man who is that person there was a man named there is an actor named the rupert everett who was in my best friends wedding and our ever rupert which ways it rupert ever ever group it went one way or the other because they're no there was an actor in a in a movie called the reverse one a got nominated for best actor okay and the other one look at look at look up up mr christian look up the reverse a movie what's the mclean in it and see if there was a a guy non oh only thing group across human i remember network roth right get my rupert ron so rupert everett was in my best friend wedding he was really really good he's a very good actor very handsome and there was a piece i read saying will rupert everett become everett rupert rupert with rupert everett ever become whatever rupert everett become the first openly gay male lead and i said no what it fox say when i see a bit republican it makes it difficult for me to suspend disbelief what do you think the average viewer feels in terms of suspending disbelief when there is an openly gay male league actor.
"rupert everett" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"An after name rupert everett who was in my best friends wedding and or every group which weighs rupert ever ever gruber went one way or the other two their know there was an actor in the in the movie called the reverse one a that nominated for best actor okay and the other one look at look at look up up mr christian look up the reverse a movie with the mclean in it and see if there was a a guy non the only thing rupe across humane i remember now rubric roth right get my rupert ron so rupert everett was in my best friends wedding he he was really really good he's a very good actor very handsome and there was a piece i read saying will rupert everett become everett rupert rubric with rupert everett ever become what we're we're we're effort with rupert everett become the first openly gay male lead and i said no what did fox say when i see a big republican it makes it difficult for me to suspend disbelief what do you think the average viewer feels in terms of suspending disbelief when there is an openly gay male league actor kissing a woman sweeping were up having a sex scene really you asked me a lot of the viewer and apparently even hollywood understands that now i've heard that there are some male lead to argue there in the closet i've heard a number of rumors about those not talking about somebody who is openly gay nicknamed that person who is a s openminded as hollywood is as probed lgbtq is hollywood is have they ever and a move in a movie or tv show casted in openly gay mail after as elite new i'm sure it happened with me win where and that's why kevin spacey played all these games he wants to be a leading mail male leading actor played a lot more roles where he played out of a man and i guess in house the card which i've never seen i hear is very good he plays the president ipr in he's in a in a relationship into marriage now about about ryan cranston it's also smart career move i never have understood have somebody like julia roberts can say you can find republican between reptile and repugnant in the.