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Episode 216 The Yarn Wall - burst 03
"I just posted actually my personal page. It was a bunch of lunchbox metal lunchbox Back in the eighties enough. And i didn't have one. I think it was one of those things that i wish i could have. Had the only the cool had in here. I am brown bagging. Wishing that i could be as cool as somebody with a metal lunch pail. Yep would you have ghostbusters or possibly m- ask you know mask the like transformers or the the how. Now you're not talking about eric. Stoltz nano not share them on my god. Sam elliott and eric stoltz with giant. Was that kid's name ricky. Or here's good don't remember hissy his mug on a service. Yeah i i no longer want. This
"sam elliott" Discussed on X96
"It was Spencer Davis when they recorded that song. You haven't mentioned that weight. The only one I'd let David Lee Roth time last week was telling me All very confused. It is risky. If Gina it's not confusing yourself kissing on Steve would would. I don't know anything about Spencer Davis. And he's the one that died. I just told you about Spencer Davis. He was 81. He formed the band Davis Group. They had three hits with Steve Winwood singing So you're telling me after What you're telling me here is as usual. You don't listen to a thing. No, I just think you're hung up on Steve Winwood, and he didn't even die. You're the one who keeps bringing up. Steve would now we've got a texture asking. Did Sam Elliott dy? No mite is Emilia? Did you watch the that ran during the World Series for No, because it was during the world's No. I found it too confusing. I couldn't. I couldn't want watcher that was too confusing. I thought, What is this? Is this an ad for beef? Wasn't it? It was an ad for Joe Biden. It wasn't a never beef because if it's Sam Elliott, I'm thinking it's beef. Is it Biden? He's what's for dinner. Is that what they you've got? You've got the calming soothing Speaking to the seniors, voice of Sam Elliott telling him to vote for Joe, but I'm confused. Does he want us to vote for Joe Biden? Nor does he want us to eat beef? Yeah. Both actually That's confusing. I think, with Sam Elliott ever in a band I'm just wondering why you don't think he did. I said, I heard a little bit of that Add and he didn't sound well. Sam Elliott is older. Here's oldest Spencer Davis. Spencer Davis was 81 when he died in Los Angeles, Gina Spencer Davis died in Los Angeles. He was 81. Let's see. 76 Sam Elliott, seven. Oh, Here's a picture of Steve Winwood and his brother Muff Winwood. Why do you have to get the name off? Now? That's confusing to me. You think my office is real name or a nickname? I don't know. Let's look, it could be a simple as his parents hated him. Oh, yeah, Here's. Here's why it's muff because his real first name is Mervyn. Mervyn like the story. That's a really lame I can't go by Mervyn! Mervyn. Just call me Mum. Call me Mum. I'm prone to accidents. And my name is Mervyn. So call me, Ma. You know, I muffed it his way. Ah, well, anyway, Steve and Steve Winwood, one of the great voices of all time, I think, Is he still really stuff? No, but muff was named after because now I've gone down. Oh, I almost said that I probably shouldn't have gone to the low. Don't just What is that? What's wrong with that? TV character called Muffin, The Mule, a British TV character. That's what you do. That's you know, that's one of those things. Jean When you bring up a fact like that, I go. You are always curious where people's nicknames come from. That's a thing with, you.
Super Bowl Winners and Losers
"We are going to move to the super bowl silly Ravitz segues for kids and Super Bowl commercials. I want to get your thoughts on the Super Bowl commercials and we're gonNA start with the top five commercials. According to add meter k the number one ranked commercial was GPS groundhog day featuring Bill Murray number two was smart. Pock number three was Google Loretto. Don't wear the man used Google Assistant to bring up memories of his late. Wife number four was Doritos the cool ranch which featured a showdown between Lil NAS and Sam Elliott and coming in at number five was rocket mortgage is comfortable spot featuring the guy who plays aqua man so yes so. Let's lead it off. Ron Gross. Yeah do you have. Do you have a stand out our favor. Overall thoughts on Super Bowl ads. I thought they were pretty good this year. I'm not one that eve cheer says says glued to the TV. He can't wait for them. But you know I always keep keep an eye on them and this year I think they were pretty good. Some fell flat for sure. The Google and boy that got me ahead of had excused myself fervent tended. I had some allergies needed to clear up routine because that was that was pretty emotion. Crush me. Yeah it was. It was tears. I you know I got glossy eyed. Yeah I got a little I got a little. I thought the second half commercials were much better than the first half. I like that list. That ad meter sure who had meter is or how they rate these ads but I did like I liked all that they they mentioned. I thought the Alexa ad from Amazon with Ellen Generous and Porsche Rossi drowsy. I thought that was very good. I like that the idea. Do you have like how do we live before we could just kinda ask Alexa. And they kind of went through different historical funny situation. I thought that was that was that was a nice ad that basically sleep pointed to the value of this but also spoke to the brand the brand power of Alexa and Amazon in general over. Okay I didn't I didn't think any particular the super funny Although I did like the the Bill Murray ad for jeep was pretty funny. Love had to explain to my daughter's because they didn't understand who bill Mary was and what ground home so I smacked pack made me laugh the most I think or maybe smile that was that was clever right I would. I would watch that again. I actually whereas most of these I would doesn't doesn't appeal to me to watch again so in terms of the business impact. Is there one of these as that. You look at what I did. I think that did the most for the business one that I particularly had a little bit of discussion in my family because because it was environmentally focus was the Michelob.
"sam elliott" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"If you're going to have a boy named Sam Elliott I was thinking how turned on your during that Doritos commercial the great great do you think you think Sam Elliott's very and she can have grapple out I'll expand I've that's fair and it's a good trade off so which one do you like better Matt bear Drake or rob Kendall Drake why the name Kendall is cool yeah how about really how bout mac Kendall during math you mad and all right there you go the kid goes by his first name Matt bear will forever be the name sake not really you never know I mean I like my my my life my name is Robert yeah I call that my grandfather and my father but everybody knows be as Bravo that's my grandfather said that that's what that's the thing is that I go by her middle name when Harry met her middle name I wonder what the odds are of people choosing to go by the middle name or their first names probably very low percentage of people really they go by the middle name I hope so because it is a huge pain huge huge pain yeah and I always tell people like in doctors offices where they know me by my first name I'm always like just please just don't don't let anybody that you know do this to their kids I can name them something knowing that they're going to go by the middle name because it's just a mom was your mom's by listening I'm sorry and so you didn't choose no yeah parents gave you if you're a new it like they knew going in that I would be known I did because I like that name better but they just like the way that the first and middle name sounded together in the order that they chose it's just don't do that to your kids that's all I'm saying to you Jane yeah I'd like to close on a I just have a moment personal business here at personal a point of personal privilege yes thank you I do not have the flu this weekend yeah we did and I thought maybe it's because I was I really wrote her and I said rob sick Keating get a flu shot raising but I yeah I'm a little upset that I feel like you were both rooting for me to have the cheering for me I wasn't rooting for you get the flu just like eating is now you get a normal person might you might have turned into the flu but luckily I have incredible high stamina has use that like a I'm done by showing off in a day early with just some Advil a heating pad was poisoning Advil fix your food poisoning yeah that's not have any that were at CS I don't even know let's see below a fact take bill for that because that's not a stuff I mean his bar for that that's basically what you get over it if you have food poisoning anything you'd like to promote well tomorrow will be doing another episode of the market is a common sense castle yeah Wednesday and I believe it's going to be about how empowered it is to get up on a.
"sam elliott" Discussed on WTOP
"Choice this Sam Elliott's moving old town road for dear readers over here in the bay or stick is to and nobody tell me nothing and Jimmy Fallon and John Cena plugging Michelob ultra working out so some products overall fox sold seventy seven national commercials at five point six million dollars per thirty second slot watch the ads on WTOP dot com Jason Frehley WTOP news some guy we both went online and caught a few of these now there's a Mr peanuts Mr peanut our you know planters peanuts and it's like an action scene and Wesley snipes isn't are they not gonna air that on TV now I can hear that would now it's a crash scene in there I did it was in poor taste given the Kobe Bryant situation so they're not airing now and so that's that's only available on the US all the Jimmy Fallon commercial and what's he selling well isn't it terrible that I do not that's always the way with the Superbowl ads we'll have more we'll talk about him after they've aired in the big game Sunday I know that the song doctor Jerry Seinfeld is working on a new comedies or rather new comedy book scheduled for release in October Seinfeld has organized a book by decade going back to the nineteen seventies when he was a college student and stand up comic no word whether library copies had booked and will read it but you might find it on the shelf next to war in fees one wonders if war and peace would have been if highly acclaimed as it was had it been published under its original title war what is a good for his previous book sign language did sell over a million copies in nineteen ninety three it was really brilliant of those writers to come up with like a very aggressive law enforcement type but he goes after a library book for Java lousy and that's what I missed laughing so much so a couple of big social media network say they're gearing up for the twenty twenty election to try to cut down on misinformation we've got more details ahead for you on WTOP it may be winter outside but inside the dollars expo center season golf magazine is three days only January.
"sam elliott" Discussed on WTOP
"Me about this matter twenty eight degrees this morning and it's thirty one in Washington and twenty seven right now in Reston it's seven eleven minute disturbing video appears to show a stun gun attack in Fairfax county school a boy in a gray shirt can be seen being shocked with the weapon at Oakton high school later the video appears to show multiple boys grabbing a restraining the victim as he's hit with the weapon again the principal of Oak Hill high sent a letter to parents yesterday confirming that a student was assaulted on school property last week NBC for reports said Fairfax county police are investigating the video of that incident is founded WTOP dot com construction of a long planned capital crescent trail tunnel under Wisconsin Avenue down to in downtown Bethesda will likely be postponed for a lack of funding but plans for a street level trailer moving ahead the capital crescent surface trail project is funded the first phase involves adding a separated two way bike lane along parts of Bethesda Avenue and willow lane with a safe crossing at Wisconsin Avenue this will also include this like a track along with mine Avenue here from Miller which is about a block south of his Avenue up to my gun related project manager Matt Johnson said at a public meeting we are committed to opening that you're wanting twenty face to plan for next year would extend the trail along and through Elm Street park Michelle bash WTOP news it was back in July when police in Maryland began confiscating Maryland driver's licenses that I've been recalled because of real ID non compliance now those who have their licenses confiscated would be protected under emergency legislation introduced this week in the General Assembly those drivers would have ninety days to submit necessary documents to the motor vehicle administration during that the drivers will be exam from being charged with failing to possess or display a driver's license if pulled over for another violation seven twelve now we're just three days away from Superbowl Sunday some big celebrities will appear in the much anticipated commercials that day this year's Superbowl ads include MC hammer afraid to touch is piano with cheetahs on his fingers wait okay this Sam Elliott's moving old town road.
"sam elliott" Discussed on AP News
"The late actor Patrick Swayze is the subject of Sam Elliott's next movie Ellie at least today's birthday around up it'll be seen in the documentary I am Patrick Swayze about his costar from road house watching Patrick it'll be out later this month Sam Elliott seventy five today Anna Kendrick's working on a sequel to the animated trolls movie we might all the trolls and if we don't stop trolls world tour will be out next year Kendricks thirty four today an X. files star Gillian Anderson play British prime minister Margaret Thatcher in the Netflix series the crown as far as returning to the X. files which rap last year you were done with Scully yeah yeah yes now are you happy with where she was well that's another covers Anderson talking with the news she's fifty one and that's our birthday around it for August ninth I'm Bob Kessler a man collecting bat droppings for money was trapped for almost four days when he became wedged between rocks in Cambodia police say Sam Boris slipped while trying to pick up the flashlight that he dropped in a small rocky hollow bat droppings are used as fertilizer and poor farmers sell them for supplementary income in Cambodia they sometimes try to attract bats to their property for the purpose Cambodia's fresh news reported that when the man didn't come home after three days is worried family began to search form his brother found them in a mountain jungle nearby and alerted the authorities it took two hundred rescue personnel about ten hours to free him by destroying bits of the rock that had penned after scandal erupted over frequent use of government planes the speaker of the Polish parliament said he's resigning although he insisted he did nothing wrong speak America since ski said his resignation would take effect on Friday the scandal was threatening to damage the reputation of Poland's right wing ruling policy law and justice ahead of parliamentary elections in October the speaker was revealed to have flown by government jet from also to his home city in one case his wife was reportedly the sole passenger he explained he simply flown often in order to meet the residents of small towns far from the capital.
'Miss Bala' Movie Director Interview On Gina Rodriguez
"Border. KPCC podcasts are supported by. One brothers pictures, presenting the sole fli authentic. A star is born. Starring Bradley Cooper, lady Gaga and Sam Elliott in their Academy Award nominated performances now nominated for eight Academy Awards, including best picture invested Apted screenplays. Kenneth Durant of the Los Angeles Times calls it passionate, emotional and. Fearless. An af I calls the film of stellar achievement in its own universe for consideration in all categories. Welcome back to the frame. I'm Steven Cuevas sitting in for John horn today is Thursday. And that's when our weekly newsletter goes out. It's a great way to keep up with the show and with headlines from the world of culture, and we always have tips for how to spend your weekend you can sign up at the frame dot org slash newsletter. And now as Sundance continues this week one alumni from that indie film fest is poised to release a major studio movie, Catherine Hardwick, directed the action film is bott- up which stars Gina Rodriguez. It's based on a Mexican movie of the same name from two thousand eleven Sundance audiences were introduced to Hardwick sixteen years ago through her first films thirteen then came we deal with FOX Searchlight's ended job, directing the first twilight movie in two thousand eight when the frames John horn recently caught up with Katherine Hardwick. She took us back to that time when twilight was struggling to get off the ground. Producers took it to every studio in town. And nobody thought it would be profitable. Because at that time. There hadn't been a big movie. It was live. A young female character like that. So they just didn't think it'd make any money. And finally this upstart studio summit picked it up. So we because it wasn't considered a blockbuster. People didn't think it was going to be successful. A kind of got to make it like an indie film, couch included. Of course, Kristen Stewart, and Robert Pattinson the movie grosses almost four hundred million dollars worldwide. What do you think happens after twilight because it is so successful? And yet, it doesn't seem to really benefit you the way it might have some other director and also it didn't really benefit other women directors either. Because the next word twilights were all directed by men. And then the two divergence were directed by men and the hunger games were all five of them directed by men. So they, you know, they realized there was this great formula that story a novel written by a woman, you know, about a woman. And in our case deranged by woman it worked, but they didn't keep going in hiring other women, and didn't, you know, really offer me like tons of other cool blockbuster BAAs abilities or to any other woman until I guess until Patty Jenkins. Finally, you know, busted out and got to make wonder woman about miss Bala. The film that he's coming out. Very soon was a movie that you had
"sam elliott" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Sick of being. Give me a little variety much about Boston fan. I mean, never be over it. Hello. Hello. I love this show, by the way. Thank you so much. You make our day that ever see the show the ranch. I love that show the ranch. Yeah. Never seen it. What's it? All I like, your voice a lot. Like what you're all about. What what what's the Rancho about John, ashville culture? And I forgot the old said enough for me Sam Elliott Sam Elliott is saying. As it gets your comes out, and he prank Sam Elliott. And he's like, okay. Sam Elliott, you thought you're getting a tax return. Well, here's some guys on the IRS, and they're going to take it a jail. Like, what are you talking about taxes every year by account Murray? Does it and that's why is he got to be Murray? That's kind of antisemitic. It I got an account. I've seen it before. It's a good show. That's pretty good. Thank you. Hey. Elliot, right. Like, no, actually, I was actually very disrespectful. He's a natural is a national hero. I'm Sam Elliott. I was a cowboy hausky. No. That is bad. Why is he so gurgling was talk? Same Elliott on voice grid gurgle. There's no difference. Gurgling? I'm greg. Guys ever. We we we need to hang out. Do now. I mean, we we could we're open to it. You sound like a cold, dude. Do I got gorilla glue? Walker and king Louis, I hang out share you guys. Make my day every day. I want to give back. Well, certainly pricked up when you said goo that's for sure. And yeah, we'd love to try your Goud. How how how good is your how strong is your same lady? Lady grower from for twenty five years. She's from California. It's perfection. You can go to a distillery to be there for six months to a year. Perfectly packed. Every single time is your goose sticky. Yes, afghan. It's very sticky. Is it hard to choke down? Because sometimes I find that sticky. Goo is really really hard to get down my throat. Can you get mix with king Louis, and it's makes it a perfect blend? And what do you call it king? Louis. Goo king Louis is eight times. Oh, gee, Cush time just draw Royal that he's talking about John. You wanna you wanna go go to on one and try this guy's Royal goose afternoon. I'm not opposed. Where do we do this do this in your garage or something? That's that's what I thought about you. He's got a TV out cold snacks. Polls goals, but I'll come up to where you. No, no, no, no, no. We'll go down to Naples. All right. I gotta kill killer. Pac man. Down. You know, fun. And I'm I'm one hundred percent series. I would totally go hang out with this guy weekend, which what's your name again, sir? I'm Frankie I told you HBO Frankie a time ago. Wait, hold on. We gave you a nickname HBO, Frankie. Why do we call you that? I if you guys are talking about some girl from HBO, and I told you about or. Shoe is a lesbian and she sounds legit. Cricket on the one girl on purpose because she wasn't a lesbian. Oh right now. I remember HBO Frankie HBO free access to women. Do you have a Naples? He's just got to kill her serious. Oh, look at port loaded with six billionaires live there. Like a sugar mama because I'm happy in relationship and all that. But I'm always looking to improve my financial situation. I would be more than happy to be a houseboy a kept man if you will for one of these broads like about fifty sixty years old. I know you're the eighty and up range now eight years old because that's right there apparently older guy would watch that. Oh. Be more marketable commodity. I mean, my God might not be as good as yours. But. Yeah. Joey flashes. So good at bone TV. He's already got a king Louis the thirteenth effect and attributes chart hold up. So I want to see what he's gonna do for me, John. We we got to sleep there because it's gonna make us more relaxed than sleepy more sleepy than happy and hungry and you for. What are the amenities like at the pad? You gotta you gotta hot tub or somewhere. We can relax. Okay. I. Outside. If it makes it perfect Jesse for fear every shield time. He's got an HBO Frankie as a at. This guy is my guy staying here bunk bed. Kazaa I'll say John over who gets to be on top. I got three extra bedrooms. Everybody gets real bad. Real you down. You get your own bathroom south come on. We'll do a whole week. They'll get ISDN lines..
"sam elliott" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"We'll pick it up later. But that's how close it came to you not being in the movie. Uh-huh. Responsible Bradley for everything that happens in this movie. That's amazing. That's the most important thing to understand. There's no, Bradley. There's no movie this movie could never have come to do what it is with somebody else that the head ever with the last netter too. I just wanna do some big picture just closing first thing that kind of comes to your mind. The response this movie, you we can gauge it from reviews, we can gauge it from the box office. I wanna ask have you ever felt a part of something remotely like them? You know, what does it? I've had good fortune over the years to work with some really talented people both in front of and behind the camera of have nice notices over the years. But I've never had anything this thing that fucking title and never seen anything like as a lifeguard. Astounding. Right. It's down did. So in Toronto wept. Soon as film. I was at a couple of you know, stages the earlier when I saw as I walked out with the fuck it was given. It was thrashed. Granted it was a first assemblage. But there were new relationships or new characters in in the second one. It was really all Ghada and Bradley. And it was beautiful, and it was the music, but it wasn't the rest of us. Toronto. So all that stuff came back in the resolve these full blown supporting characters and the relationship between Gog on Bradley had been polished to have and a music and been brought to what it was it. It just destroyed me. I walked backstage. Stephanie said you okay. I was weeping man because of the story or because you realize. All there. And I realized that I was a partisan really fucking unbelievable. Right. And what a gift this man had given me. And and the music the music, just the music is as brilliant. And every you know, I don't know. I could just sit here for the next hour say how incredible I think to film itch, but dance your question. No, not even remotely ever been involved in like this and don't expect that ever will be again. Well, what you've called like a title of this rising tide has lifted everybody everybody is being celebrated rightly the movies tremendously successful, Bradley Gaga. Everybody's talking about. But we should not forget in this. Same Elliot, Scott. A creek choice nomination a sag award nomination. Right. Any number of critics awards and various things, and we still got a few more weeks of this thing. So the question is how does it feel to insult as you know, everybody's always kind of known about. About you. And I think it's often for a lot of people like I know that when you come on. There's a good feeling I like this guy seen them forever. But to actually have people sort of stop and appreciate yes. It's about this role. But it's I think it's also about the body of work. Right. So what is that like to have that happen hasn't? You know? Kind of recognition where you know that it's from the heart, and it's not bullshit that somebody's giving you. You know, it's a wonderful thing. You know again. I just rather gave me pretended something I'd never done before. And I think that he was keen on doing that from the beginning. Remember him telling me that made I wanna see play this guy. That's as bitter character. You know, he headed mind in the beginning. And he had to goods, you know, Bradley, the ask all of us to trust him in the beginning. He asked me that night when I was walking out of that place. He said man, if you just trust me big lead to did this, and if you can trust somebody, you can get at the truth, and that's the search Gog goes on that forever. Looking for the truth Bradley's as a filmmaker and as an actor too. And that's the most fun when you can get at the truth. And if the audience believes what you're pedaling to them. Last question in this moment, which is got to feel pretty special if your dad's see this, what would he make of it all that's tough one. If you go from the answer, I know it'd be very proud of me, maybe.
"sam elliott" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Came in. And he was performing any was singing singing for us or something? I mean bodies really the dead because what would the age difference? Proxima B, Bradley. Yeah. Twenty years. So. Could be. Why did Bradley's version of Jackson speak in the way that he does with that kind of deep draw think he'd just the decide do that that lip of heard Bradley big to quite a bit? But I'm not sure that him the one to speak to I think that he felt like because they were brothers issued have a similar tone in their voice. You can go. It wasn't gonna go that wasn't gonna be. Bullshit me. Right. But the other thing is is I think that he just he copied the voice. Now when he says to he's he says, you know in that again in that first scene where they're talking about the dad and their head to head. He says, you know, he's never had a voice, but you can fuck a right? Didn't have anything to say this to out the that's it's brutal. Brutal. New York Times review that you referred to earlier. They did have that one comment, but they fought it very quickly with the following quote in one of the finest scenes, Bobby just wordlessly drives away from Jack. And Mr. Elliot, let you see the ferocity of the brothers love, and they're paying in is that have begun to water in a stone face that will shatter close quote talk about that was gonna be one of the most emotionally demanding scenes. I don't know how many takes you just one. It's pretty to the first two where do you go mentally to seem like this? Yeah. And it was the end of that arc was in that beautiful art between the brothers that you know, it was really just mortar throughout this incredible tale. It was Gog on Bradley on that credible. Read. They went on all that brilliant music along the way all those other supporting people along the way. And it was just the final stages of that whole thing. I know, but we do get to see you again. Because somebody who I think you've maybe came to know as Stephanie right or maybe that I don't know. It sounds like that's how you referred to her lady Gaga where the scene basically at the end on the floor dealing with the picking up the pieces. What did you make of working with her again like share very unconventional performer? I would guess both in a fit like a newer. But it was from afar, it was until you know, we got to work in a hotel room when day NS are coming and going. Yeah. So I didn't really know her will. And that scene in the script was originally and redux clay. It was the dad come into comfort the daughter, which meant total sense story was that wrapped on the film. I rep the day that we did that Shane driveway. I got a text out of the blue. But a weekly. Ter- from Bradley. We texted a lot where we're doing film or prior to most of but during a little bit, including when I looked like you want to be able to exactly that was that was an awful period. When I didn't I really there was a moment when I said that can't do because the ranch was not gonna relationship they weren't gonna let me, and and they were going to cello and own it was that opening sequence that I started with that was my first day work magin how clear doing it in a parking lot at the Greek theater. How can just surrounded it with trailers? And people I walked in there men. I didn't know a soul. Good knew. There was Bradley barely knew Bradley, and there was fucking lady Gaga. But isn't that amazing how life I mean came that close? I don't know. How Bradley got help to finagle it? So that you didn't have mugger lectu, Royal tips. I'm not gonna let you go. The next day. The changes Gadul the ranch just know who got the ranch. Our Warner Brothers said the civil do lit..
"sam elliott" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"She said I haven't kissed another man since then. With the most that too. So now, she gets the set on the first day of the eighteen days shoe with a thirty one year old director and somebody she'd never met before you and the first day they asked for the the big kissing scene. Kirsch shooting in front of her house. I'm dropping her off when she told me she'd never kissed a guy over them. Very nervous fun. It was a beautiful little. It was Blyth was this wonderful to work with the sweetest of women across pes- with maybe in. Brett was totally up to you know, he just got it out of everybody. He knew what he wanted us. One of those guys just knows what he wants knows when he gets it. And again good enough to get into premiere at the two thousand fifteen Sundance film festival. So you've got grandmother you've got a see you in my dreams there and the hat trick. Joe swan ver- sticking for fire all at the same festival. Are you sort of looking around saying how did I wind up at the in the situation? In course, quite a moment. No, we're gonna moment said three movies. It was cool. But timing's everything I guess and means a strange thing and relationships because then the next big hit is the hero where you're back two years later. I think with bread. When we went when we did, I'll shoot them my dreams. I don't think blow was keen on doing the marketing into the game. As I recall, and I ended up traveling with Brett a lot Britain. I'd you know, we'd knew each other. But we didn't know each other as well as we came to know each of which been a good month on the road and traveling at a lot of meals together shirt, let a plane rides together had a few drinks together. And just got to know each other. And he and Mark Basch is writing partner road, this grip. The first time when I gotta look at it was called iceberg. And it was a downing. How close it was to me in some ways. Well, we should some ways not not like me because I'm like, I'm divorced and Catherine's plan. My ex wife, and and just to give people who have very solid relationship with Cleo whose my daughter. The one that I was Christian Ritter. Right. His his widow railing. Yeah. Basically, it's an aging movie star facing a terminal illness and trying to get one last great role. Settle his relationships. Great. All right. So as we basically come to the main attraction here, you're after that, I think doing some some TV series work. You're back with lily Tomlin and grace and Franky then you're doing another show for Netflix the ranch. How do you first hear about what would ultimately become? I think the fourth or fifth version of stars mourn. And did it strike you as anything particularly special when you did? I'm sure her about through agents as probably like a lot of people thought really another team. They're going to do another one. I've not seen. Oh, Bradley's work at that point and seen a few his films. Always thought cheese Christmans goes good videos in the a lot of silly shit there too. And I always wonder about that I've come to really appreciate the in all those actors that do that stuff because I think it's take something that I don't have been distinct some special thing pull that up and make it entertaining. I had just seen twice. I watched it twice American sniper. Which killed me. Because I I have that military bone in my body like a head that cowboy bone, muddy and Bradley was brilliant. When it opportunity came to meet with them in. Certainly you kidding me. With badly Cooper talking about direct his first movie. Right. And we had this back and forth where we couldn't get together. And finally did get together and went to his home when?.
"sam elliott" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"That's one of the great blessings of having hair on one's head. You can either work with or work without if you're an actor. I'm speaking. It's it's really changes ones. Look needless to say for share. Well, I want to ask you about what maybe five or six years ago happen that sparked this career renaissance that we're in the middle of witnessing right now. I don't think that's overstating it where you're getting some of the best part you've ever played you're giving some of the best performances you've ever given and people are being more appreciative probably than they've ever been. But it started kind of inauspiciously if I have it correctly because it all goes back to an adult swim stop motion animated show called robot chicken. How does that give way to what we're looking at now been very fortunate in career lately, particularly, but in the last twenty years, I guess voice overs? I got an offer to do this voice over for the adult swim channel to play. This totally wacky. Part and robot chicken jumped at it. I mean, it was funny. Really funny, and I got nominated for an EMMY for. Daytime nighttime early morning Demi or some kind of the day, and I go to this thing award ceremony with my daughter, Cleo, and we sat right behind lily Tomlin who was nominated in the same category for doing voiceover for the National Geographic channel every call on African elephants totally different than the reason there and she won in the category. And I remember going to or in congratulating her and giving her a big hug, and we had a moment just a moment and never cross paths with lily before so clear, and I went on home back to our worlds, and I don't know. I don't even know how long it was after that one night to phone rang. And it was Chris Weitz, and he said sorry for calling lit some late or some weird thing. But my brother's doing this movie with lily Tomlin. Once you read the script, would you read it, of course, I would I send men's grip on I read the script ship and. It was a bet as media role as I've ever seen given the size of it. But just went from ADA Z in my mind. Anyway, this is in what would become grandma and you originally when you getting the script being asked to play a biker with long hair, kind of which I didn't have I don't think I had a mustache. But had very short hair. Went and got together with Paul whites. Chris's brother F Brad read it, and we talked Eddie even called about a wig for the peace, and I but in the getting a mustache made. And then I start reading conscription that the guy a biker I talked to Paul about it. And so what if I could why is this guy biker? This is a lot. But remember mask you working bike? There's a sequence in their room working on a bike and on the page. It was cool might be cool lily at this biker in her past and an Amen. I don't wanna wear a wig for a movie. Anyway, I ended up doing it not wearing a wig and just played this pretty much straightforward dope smoking guy. So that goes eventually to premiere at Sundance, but at a Sundance by which time you've already made another movie, I'll see you in my dreams, which is kind of amazing when people realize it's a from thirty one year old writer director editor I don't know if he'd even made a movie before I don't few few little through bright. So he wants to make a movie about a widower and the guy. She now finds new love with and again, he's thirty one. But he's writing about people at that stage of life, and somehow gets Blythe Danner and Yuda believe in him groups group those very persuasive gunmen. Liberally? So that's an eighteen day shoot where you're playing in this case really like a a gentleman refers leading man was out now leading men rule right nevers through romantically. Guesses better way to put it and Blyth Danner who we had on this podcast at that time. It was just one of our first guest was saying that how much she loved working with you. And and how it could have gone wrong in a way because I mean, she herself had been married for thirty three years. Her husband died cancer years before she'd had no subsequent relationships..
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"Right. Can you set up what it was like to have that happen was that sort of something you were happy about are baffled by and then how the big lebowski made? You look at that whole dynamic little different. I think it was by design because I really really spoke. I think a lot of it was my family heritage goes back to the teen. Hundreds and a grim. Father Kenny on not sure how many generations removed was a surgeon at the battle of sandy sinto. He was later the Texas State surgeon and also the sparks is are in deep, and it's was my mom side. That just totally took me out of where I was going to go with the western game. Another thing I'm gonna share with you got when I was doing these Falstaff beer commercials. I was over in Fernley Nevada doing these spots with another actor named Mike Whitney who's now did but a guy came up to me. Wrangler was sitting in the saddle guy came and put his hand on my. And he said are you Nelson? How they said this is a long time ago. I said, yes, sir. Should I let your debt? In went on from there. He knew you're dead. And that was. That was a special moment because he made he said saying the made you think about your dad definitely than you connected at all it just like my dad. Djamil? No that wasn't the dumb shit that he thought it was to be an actor. Anyway, the western thing. Yeah. It it really worked at always love dune love being outdoors. I love the fact that the outdoors was a primary character in the western genre. I love the mimic gravitated toward those the horses. Let the whole thing. And I love the implicity of the form. There wasn't a lot of gray area. It was black and white. But I did get to a point where I thought my ever going to get out of this thing where kids it was what I was doing. And it was down in New Mexico was New Mexico teases. I'm sure it was New Mexico on a John Milius film. And I got a script down there. This was a picture. The ref writers for TNT. Playing like a supporting role, but it was got was one of my favorite roles. John buford. Who is a officer. The northern forces. So anyway, I get the script in from the Coen brothers. And it can't wait to get off the set delivered to mid to set. Can't wait to go read it finally, it's going to be something else other than this western thing. 'cause it's it's a Coen brothers. Moves. Gotta be some crazy character westerns, right? I look at the script. And I it's a description. There's a song tumbling tumbleweeds playing in the background this kind of southwest accent sounding not unlike Sam Elliott. On the page description when he shows up, you know, dressed as drugstore cowboy looking not unlike Sam. I never going to get out of this. I remember going to the ship. The next day in talking to John who will new the cones. I said, what do you think minutes is not much apartment? So what do you mean? What do I think many? Gotta do it not doing right. Anyway, I went and did it and that led to the contender. I'm gonna definitely want ask you about that. But before we get there. I mean. Did sell that encounter short? Didn't. They know. Well, just I mean, that's a character that for many people's comes right to mind when they care the name Sam, Elliot among others. But sitting there at the bar with his bare chatting with the dude and among other things just obviously at first there's this feeling like here, we go again. But on the other end is that the moment where you kinda learn to just embrace it because it's there, and you can have some fun with been working for the brotherhood event. Right. And yet one with it, bro. I watched Jeff career from long before Riquet to California. Contemporaries, and you know, when he was working on CNN with his brother dead show. Jeff was great from the get-go Hannah fuckers that guy so good. So young Bank. Always good always attracted and have a chance to get to know him. And everybody thinks we all know each other right in this town, but never cross Baz. Jeff Walker that bully now. And when you are working with him on a project that is..
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"And he got their own way. It's like, you know. Yeah. But boy to smart on the road. Well, so what was the actual fallout that anyone at paramount permanent ago? But nobody said like you're never gonna work that conversation. Yeah. Charlie blue during was running gopher western at that time. And you know, they're bunch of kind of a boys club there that was as the rabbit Evanston, right? Evans was I'm not sure Evans was even metal. I don't think quite. Yeah. So that having happened. Do you just sort of stop getting opportunities to Italy's fluid in do fill quite well, it's when you do refer television and worked at a I've had a bit apartment over there. Six little units. Overlooking the San Diego Freeland church LAN right behind the VA. And I was the resin Gardner and. Worked in places and was that tough. You might a. The point done a few commercials which allowed me to you know, head. These Falstaff beer commercials were running were quite lucrative in those days. Anyway. So I got by on that tough, though, you know, you go out to the store, whatever you see somebody. Hey Sam what are you up to these days? Still here. I don't know, man. When did you get out of bed and working always a weird? Stranger? So when did that dry spell of sorts kind of come to an end. You know in in seventy four did Aspen, seventy six did once an ego. We're both big long form things that universal. And I was doing the yellow rose. And at that time, I was writing it was thinking about writing something for myself, which I'm still thinking about probably never happen at this point. But. Was a yellow rose and one day. I remember sitting in the makeup trailer Cybill shepherd. And she's over there looking in the mirror beautiful. So. I saw Peter last night. He's doing movie with share. He's looking for Gary Cooper on a motorcycle. Peter Donovan Jess at three or naming. Or something to that effect? Right. You're a Cooper was one of my favorite actors, probably my single favorite actor. That's anyway that was over in Hawaii. I think Catherine I were on our honeymoon. And I got a call from Ron Meyer. Peter Bogdanovich wants to media on this thing mask that he's doing. It's like fuck. Rodney on my honeymoon, man. Wants to meet you next week. If it can't wait, I can't make it. And went back to the Hollier win took a swim or whatever it was doing. Toe Catherine about it. She snuck back up to the main desk and called Meyer of I'll get them here. We'll be next week because she saw the opportunity she's at that period of time was smarter than. We're that holds true today. So you go back you you audition or read or they just gave it to him uttering, remember reading. Yeah. So you now opposite share on a production that famously was a little bumpy, right? I give in a shares of. Such a dynamic woman. So. Self assured for every reason that one should be self assured. And she set a brilliant talent. I don't I don't know that Peter knew had a reckon with her or she with him. As often the case with. Kind of tell some sometimes they click completely. And sometimes there's sparks flying. You know, I've you say in a way it's a Gaga esque trajectory for her to end up in movies, and ultimately she won an Oscar for moonstruck couple years later, but the idea that it's not your conventional. It's not somebody that came out of you know, Shroff Berg doing their own thing. Right into come off. The music world and go into that to me is what a transition is mind boggling, so after mask, it seems like there was your back and a steady flow of character parts, many meaty memorable supporting parts in projects on TV and film. I remember just in one year you were in both Gettysburg and tombstone sort of maybe cemented. This. I did that you're the the guy to go to for roles on horses or in the old west or whatever the whole cowboy idea, which I think became basically continued to build right up to and including the big lebowski..
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"Call the agency the next day and had me come in. And I knew when I left there that had depart in new because you felt that had gone well or knew that I had depart whatever it was. And I went from there to William Morris, a head of Rowley at this guy miles Coon Haber run Meyer, comb it is. And that maybe it was Haber. This recently spoke to run for the first time in eons because of all the stuff that's going on with me right now, which always warms my heart to hear from the two of them because I dearly love both of them. But I remember Haber one time talk about leaning out into the ho and I was back there. Chewing on miles. Anyway, I was never one to instill in this. That's the way it is one thing about my dad that, you know, was spoke his mind. No, maybe didn't get into deep sometime on some levels. But he always said, what was on his mind. I always kind of been that way to that leads to what happened well air first time at making a movie where you're the top of the call sheet. You're in the whole movie and comes out pretty well. Right orcher, and Kathleen Quinlan first film. Good. And now you've gotta go sell the movie. What went wrong? I think just again that proclivity for begin. What's on one's mine rather than being smart and zip in your lip once in a while in those days, you, you know, there was no digital world those days, and you had to physically go on the road and into the promotion, and I did for like six weeks with boxes of press kits in tow just to tell listeners. What a press can essentially is what you want a journalist to know about you to when they're writing appropriate. Including a lot of photo photograph, right and should not cicis breakdowns on the characters. All the stuff that writers write off of. Yes, included in the was a one sheet from the film. Now. This is a film that then Petri the director, I know causa felt the same way. But particularly Dan Petri, who's one of the dearest human beings. I've ever crossed paths with. Love him. Love his family still love his family. Run to Cajun -ly. Took this thing serious about this is a kind of a coming of age story, not only for the young girl Kathleen played but for this guy. It's grow up and move on into a world that he doesn't wanna go to or stand the beach and do what he wants to continue doing a lifeguards that are in your fifties. Sixties their civil servants, they're not guys hanging out on the beach. So the one sheet was me and a pair of speed owes an animated one and two big busted girl's on either side. There wasn't a big bust of Daryl in the film and across the top. Is it every girl summer dream with the lifeguard? That was the way they sold the movie. So I'd go out and do these, you know, fly in fly out when I spend, you know, couple of hours next day, doing interviews and invariably every time I get into interview with somebody that preface it with and they'd seen the film. This isn't anything like a expected to be based on the one sheet and all the rest of the came with which they would think his way like h blanket thing go. So that's all I needed to here and say, yeah, what about that? And we'd have a conversation about up in a newspaper. So basically, you would essentially in agreeing with the journalist disparage the publicity campaign completely. And that would get in that we get picked up because that's juicy and you think that that got back to paramount. I know the head we're entered newspapers. Got my mom's home up in Portland, and she had the archive on me. There's a certain pile of is all those little clip ins, and I was horrified. When I read. Stupid ship so hard, and how do you really got there?.
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"So to speak that just influenced me, no end. How'd you guys even? I went with militia Newman militiaman was a contract player. She was the son of Mark who's an agent of composers. And we regather for ten years right up until the time when I met Catherine than it's the, you know the way than taking full, but I'm forever grateful for heaven that relationship with the family, and I carry a lot of that with me still today love of all of them. But I think getting lip go from the program was just it was another chapter. It was exciting. I was gonna get to go outside the studio going interviews because at that point had a piece of film, and in those days, as you well know, you know, be needed a piece of filming I had these little clips, but I had relationships and solid relationship with this agent. Dick that point in time, and it wasn't long after I left there that went over to paramount. I had an interview for mission impossible last year, and that sort of it seems in the beginning of a run out of stuff, including a lot of TV movies, many cherries like at a very solid run for it would have been a couple years, but that leads into what would have been it looks like the first and for a while the only star lead opportunity. Which was lifeguard. And this is so interesting with with your, you know, your life story because just to set the scene. It's over a paramount. It's a film about a lifeguard who's high school reunion, and I guess also his rekindling of an old romance forces him to consider giving up the job he loves for white collar work. And you're going to be the lead. You talk about getting cast in that getting to do it. And then what happened? Folks were both lifeguards really replace girl. Washington. Berko Pez, Texas. That's a good fun fact. Yeah. Bekker's of the photographs that went out with with all the press clippings or press kits. Aims of picture of my mom and dad in their life. Gird tugs and fixture in appear speed. I knew about the film and couldn't get a meeting on it. I was with William Morris at the time Ron Meyer, Bill Haberman agents. There was a guy named miles Kyun. Sorry, you're out there. But I'm gonna tell this. Who was handling the project and a just can get a meeting is called them. Ask him. He's another one of meat. I got somebody else in mind, and I was living on the beach and play del Ray was in the ocean. Every day. I was always a swimmer, and I was water, man. So to speak. Poor boys. Water vapor, poor man's Waterman wouldn't an ocean lifeguard. It was fifth one day. I get a call from this guy miles CUNY said they wanna meet you life gardens. Really? He said. Yeah. Okay. Had to meeting down, Dan Petri and thing. Ron Koslow was their director and writer. I asked any have this come about. He said I was in the in our bathroom brushing my teeth, and I hear Dorothea the other room crime issues. Danny come look at this guy. That's in this movie. She's perfect for it. I think it's Adam Rorick. And he said Becker presidencies. I know Anamour Casse totally wrong for it. Anyway, came back out, and they sat there in a bid. They didn't have a clue was the movie was a pixel frauds and had done for American international Anamur was in the film, but they didn't have a clue and they sat through it watched. It got my name off the credits..
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"He he's he shied away from that for whatever reason he didn't think that was something that I should pursue. However, he did send me to agent men in BIC bassman, and I signed with dick. And I think it was I don't even remember can't pay. It was the forerunner icy and general artists see orders, corporation and other place. I hung out a lot, you know. But he was my first Asian the first interview that he sent me on was to meet a woman named Lillian Gallo at FOX and FOX had a contract program. But it was basically made up of friends of friends or, you know, driven by nepotism. It wasn't taken nearly as seriously as the program at universal the people work in. Ursel Mony James got those guys on shows universal. But I, you know for the first time, I was drawn a paycheck. I was living know on Tennessee, the back gate of that FOX and pay an eighty five dollars a month rent and drying paycheck for eighty five dollars a week show. That was in hog heaven who else was part of the FOX Shelly can just come in out of you know, he was SE just graduated from ESI was a basketball player, and he was new to the program. Eighty Williams was there, of course, from this one program came the two great mustaches of our time. Either one. Right. Right. So they weren't as good as universal about putting their young talent into movies, but you did have small what was your first small film role films. Screwing was first thing than it. Did. Panel. Really, you know, I don't know again. It was me being the lizard hanging out in the lounge I found out where the scripts I came at FOX I knew pretty quickly that being a contract player that wasn't going to share me of work. Right. But I found out early on that the script gun and think of Jack Bauer told me this who was the head of cast in there. The first place they landed was the legal department. Two women that worked in legal permanent. Guttering ovary will and open her door to MS it anytime, you wanna come in looking script coming. So I'd go in there and look for the one liners or the two liners and go down to whoever was cast in them and give them the name, titled or the number and the title of the script and saying let the come and read for when it comes. So I got work doing that one a lot. But I got we're. Well, absolutely. And it sounds like one of the earliest found parts in nineteen sixty nine even if it was just a blip was a movie called push cast in the science kid, which the female lead of was to be my wife Pierre's later Katharine Ross, right? So gender ten years later. What were you doing in that movie, and did you guys interact at all? Not at all. Saw her from afar. Lot going into the commissary, basically, she was gone with Conrad Doug for film. Right. You know, there is there's that whole hierarchy. I wouldn't have approached anybody on that film, actor, and it was basically an extra piece card player number two. Be specific and the all have positive. The only reason my name is in the credits. I think it falls second from the last on the crow biz because I was a contract player. It was a contractual thing. Interesting literally shadow on the wall had one line out kick to off camera. Well, as the sixties came to an end, I know so, you know, increasingly did the studio system, which means they no longer had much of an incentive to develop young talent. But that you know, you're on your own at that point. Right. So I guess everybody gets let go right sooner or later and becomes free agents. And I just wonder for you was that scary. And was that art when you're now, you know on your own you're gonna group things came out of the studio relationship for me. And I think probably the greatest thing other than, you know, working in certainly being an actor for the first on my life. But I got the long term relationship with the Newman claim the great composers. Yeah. And the doctor. And the producers it was a huge band of brothers..
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"Something. Yeah. Nowhere. Nowhere died. My mom's arms in our living room floor. They're important. So, you know, at that point nineteen sixty four your howled nineteen nineteen how does something like that impact. Not just you. But your plans for what you're gonna do with your life knowing this was somebody who had been skeptical, but was on your side. I don't think that his kept us as ever made me veer one way or another off of much Osen path at that point. I knew that was for what it was. You know, my dad was my dad, but he can't live your kid's life for him. And for whatever reason at that age. I this guy's not going to deter me from all show impact. No. And so it didn't and I left basically because I was going to school in LA data term to spin important, my mom, I lost my student standing as you know. Vietnam was going hot and heavy then, and I had a friend of my dad's that came over and said, I'm going to take up the Air National Guard base. I know this got the commanding officer out there should go talk to him. So I had an opportunity to not get drafted and shipped over. Vietnam, and I took it. Yeah. Joining national guard in Portland and a year to the day, basically, maybe not exactly the day. But a year later, I left my mom with tears in her eyes standing in a driveway bidding, farewell. This was a year after your father died, you're now heading to Hollywood Hollywood old Jag, Nick cave. When fifty nineteen fifty eight it was pretty racial pretty fishing green. And sitting next to me was a head of a Marlin had caught an fishing trip with a guy down in Mexico. It was quite a cited a member of the Bill was tapping on the window. I had to stop somewhere not for into the trip. Cad driving me crazy. So when you headed down there, what was the plan? You didn't really know anybody in the business, right? I did I did know somebody in the business recap of people that were very instrumental in me sitting up in being the typical starving actor with not a good job. One of my college friends fraternity brother, Richard hair was a guy that whose dad was connected to men in a in construction business ended up joining labor union when I got down there. So I had finances next door to my parents in Portland is reserve family whose son in law was an assistant director, and he came to visit one time and. Think his parents probably said there's this kid next door probably thinks he wants to be an actor. Would you sit in talk to him for a minute. This is Phil Parslow fuel pours low and just gotten off of a movie with Richard brooked. Call the professionals and we had this encounter. And I'm sure that he left thinking it never see me again. Down. And you know, I called him and said I'm in town working working in the construction business. Yeah. Come on over ended up doing some work. One day. I was up on top of the ladder painting ceiling and his hallway and this little guy with glasses and a suit Kim comes in and got him. Bob, contra news, a casting universal. And I used to go from working construction to hanging out in Bob's office. I was one of those guys at hung out offices. Whether it was agents or casting people or whatever when I first candidate down, we should say this particular office. So it's on the universal ad in a black tower. Right. And who do you encounter every day? When you go there there, isn't there a security guy who happens to be the same guy who was at the same time waving Spielberg onto the lot this kid who claimed you know, he just sort of Sumed was the son of an executive that was the beginning of Spielberg groti. Scotty yet. Suite of man that man and a great guard a of great guards at a lot of studio gates, but he was exceptional. So you're hanging out there with with Thompson now. And what does that lead to Bob? You know, there was a there was a contract program going hot and heavy that Monique James was running at that time at universal..
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"Supporting actor critics choice and Screen Actors Guild award nominations and also having his handprints and footprints immortalized in front of the TCL Chinese theatre last week in recognition of his powerful portrayal. Of Bradley Cooper's character's older brother in Cooper's claim two thousand eighteen version of stars born the great Sam Elliott over the course of our conversation at the offices of the Hollywood reporter, the seventy four year old, and I discussed the roots of his acting ambitions, how the sudden death of his father who had doubted his future and acting impacted his career path why the first film in which he was the central star. Lifeguard was also his last how with only a few notable exceptions like mask. He came to be typecast as the strong silent type often mounted on a horse and or out in the west most famously in the big lebowski what sparked his recent late career renaissance that led to a star is born plus much more. So they'll further ado, let's go to that conversation. Simply so much for coming in. It's great to have you. And we always again with just a few basics on this podcast where were you born and raised and what did your folks do for a living was born raised from Sacramento, California in nineteen forty four. My dad worked for the fish oil f- service. -partment renter government. My mom was a schoolteacher at that time. She was. I guess she was a housewife, and she was a mom, and she was still going to school. She graduated from the university of Texas at El Paso, where they all came from making me the only one that was born in somewhere outside of Texas, which I rounded very live down or the. Constantly reminding me that it was a prune picker, right? Well, so growing up were movies or TV or theater big partyer life. What were the kinds of things that you most responded to it was never really theater? I went to there was a music theater there in Sacramento, which I remember seeing Rumpelstiltskin those quite taken with that in my folks used to go to the state fair every year, they were involved in these horticultural exhibits. Dad had a greenhouse that built and grew these award-winning begonias, and there was a theater there. And I remember going and seeing plays there and some woman came down. I was watching rehearsal. There was a lot of time hanging around the fair, whether setting all this stuff up and remember watching this play and seen been fascinated. It was kind of a dress rehearsal. Think everybody was in full stage makeup in those days. It was heavy. This was the fifth is very heavy. Stay in this gal came down and talk to me and chess being if I was interested in getting involved in the children's theatre, I think she later spoke to my mom about it as well. But I was afraid to do that. So I didn't do that. And at the same period of time. I was going to a place called the sequoia theater, which was the neighborhood theater watching lot of Saturday matinee and that was relief. The thing that captivated now reason for you to particular remember this, but we didn't interview New York maybe four or five years ago tied to I'll see you in my dreams, which is a movie I'll ask you a little bit. And I went back and read the transcript, and I found it interesting. He said that I guess a kind of very important people in your life where Corey Blodget and Ramona Reynolds who were they? Do remember doing the interview with you? I don't remember specifically Corey and remote ahead. Great fortunate that I had a lot of mentors from grade school on but Corey bludgeon and Ramona rentals were my high school choral teacher and my high school drama teacher. They knew at that point in high school that I really was fixated on having a career in business, and they were very instrumental in just keeping me on that road keeping me focused on it and tell him it pursue it. Because at home, you're getting maybe some mixed message..
Bradley Cooper asked about 'A Star Is Born' reviews
"Bradley Cooper makes his direct to'real debut with a star is born in which he also stars. Opposite lady Gaga ABC's. Jason Nathanson was at the movies. LA premier one of the movies getting a lot of buzz as we move towards award season. The remake of a star is born life is so simple. That's a clip from the first song released from the film starring lady Gaga is a young singer songwriter, whose thrust into the spotlight hard-drinking country star played by Bradley Cooper Cooper, also directed the movie minute. The film's Hollywood premiere. He was asked about the great reviews. The film is getting I don't read reviews, really. But but no, I stopped like. Remember when I stopped wasn't after a good movie. I should stop different thing. I feel is that I just finished the city at city tour around the country went to eight eight days, and that was that. I remember doing that for civil and his playbook and being able to actually be with audience and talk to them afterwards. Feel the response. I have to say that people really received the movie there where I wanted them to. So that was very gratifying. I mean, that's all you can hope for any hopes. People have a great experience when the public finally gets a chance to see it. I mean, I I know what movies have done for me. My whole life healed me, they provided me with inspiration that they provided me with a sense that I'm not alone. And this movie the things that we examine this movie family trauma. Love true love and how hard that is to say. Even when you're that much. Finding your voice being in this world all those things that people can relate to that. And whether they're healed inspired, then I'd be doing it. I'd be giving back to a movie given to me my whole life. They continue to give to me as for lady Gaga. Does she go by that? Or by her real name, Stephanie onset. He goes, by whatever she tells you. But I mean that that's there's no movie without her period. And quite honestly without Sam Elliott to an Andrew and all of the great actors filming. A star is born hits theaters October fifth.
'The Ranch': Dax Shepard joins Netflix comedy as recurring following Danny Masterson's exit
"Will be happy to hear this news stars has added a third series from filipa gregory there was the white queen the white princess get the spanish prince iceberg casting it will revolve around catherine of aragon the beautiful teenage princess of spain who had been promised to the english throne to the english known since she was child now we're husband prince arthur he die suddenly because she was still region she get married again right away to henry henry the eighth be so good the stars dax shepard getting another job he will be a recurring guest star in the second half of the ranch's season is on netflix play loop former soldier who comes to garrison this is the name of the town with some history concerning the ranch there he meets the ballots and forms of bond with ashton kutcher character he's replacing that danny mass it's not really know what they needed another do not do it so he's friends with ashton kutcher and sam elliott who swiss dash the absolutely adore as the dead on the show nickelodeon recruiting another one of its former heads nineties kids here we go larisa explains it all they're going to rebuild it with former star melissa joan hart she will reprise her role as clarisa darlie goaty this time you'll play the mother of the family as opposed to the dog hey look at that as she got.