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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 Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Me that's my idle a friend of mine charlie curtis who owns across fit jim book it looks like you god bless ask you could have ever said to him charlie got probably thirty pounds of muscle on me okay well i want to start by saying from the second we started working together i thought god i would love to get him on the podcast but you live in malibu i no i'm not going to be a pain in the ass and go come do my silly show in my attic but luckily net flicks was like hey what about interviewing sam and i said if you ask them i'll i'll be there to party they have no shame their that's their the job yeah i was like oh let them fall on their sort if he's into it then great to leave malibu i it's a it's nice out there right it's it's heaven so yes ma'am now you wanna leave we've been out there for like forty years through all the shit you know the fires floods old malibu getting pushed out by nouveau malibu and we're not finding it as much fun as we used to all really we're looking north we have a place up in in oregon and i think ultimately if we live long enough we're going to get out of here you are now when the fires came last year you state.
"sam elliott" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"And I can tell you that this is a high return sort of deal Petroleum's, very very important to of course, our nation. I said Bardem against I'm against fossil fuels while. Now, what makes you say that bar? You don't know me share come on? Maybe get yourself something to drink and snack here while. Part. I want to invest in some green. But I wanna do it would like I dunno fidelity, you know, some windmills but fidelity out. Nope. There's any money there, sir. Well, I don't know either. But part of you think I'm giving some guy credit card whose name Bart for lonesome dove, which was made up and probably doesn't exist in the reason you chose lonesome dove playing off of some cowboy series that was on that people have a certain age. Probably remember Bart. And then he hung up on me. And didn't that give you like like a queasy feeling that you got hung up on by telemarketer Jimmy queasy feeling that he knew my name. How did he know my name they buy these does he do it? The because your data is for sale. Your data is being mined in harvested and sold in part of your data's is your name. You know, they don't you agree with me that they chose that name. What what was the series that was shortly mcmurtry? It's a book that became a TV miniseries was Sam what's his name? With who? Sam Elliott was busy. That's a cleric Schroeder was in it too. But you know, the same Elliott connection people love Sam Elliott and trust Sam Elliott. And so the connection of the lonesome of drilling exploration company in Texas with the guys whose name is not really Bart in Sam Elliott is can you see what they on as a side note? I think poor Sam Elliott is asked to do too much heavy lifting. Sam Elliot is how I got my husband to see stars form. Raleigh. He was that. That movie was lady Gaga. Sam Elliott Senate. Oh, okay. He's in a he's desk. Too much of Sino agree. He's in a new movie that went to rectify an assault the other day it was on like net. Flicks gin sitting around I go, no simile at your one free pass. You wanna watch his new moving. She goes. Ooh. What is it? I go. Well, he played an assassin who killed Hitler. And now the government has hired him to go out and find sasquatch because Bigfoot got some sort of disease. On demand. So SAM's yet into so SAM's gotta go hunt. Bigfoot down put here's the thing. You'll reason they came to Sam was the assassinated Hitler, his watch it. We'll build a rise of me. And just went isn't there? Anything to watch. Hey, listen, mustache doesn't learn big movies on demand. So anyway, that was the most far-fetched and actually evil. Call that I've gotten in a while. I get them. They know think they ask for me by name life. When I bother to answer the phone was that the lonesome dove movie that soundtrack that you just found a new the to give you credit for that it sounded like it was. So anyway heads up, I think oil exploration drilling should be left to the experts and not some guy from Texas. The free, Bob and Sherri. Instantly get the podcast the odd cast and Bob and Sheri fun size. I saw something on the food web site the daily meal that was so interesting to me because it turns out that a bunch of foods that have been around your whole life have actually been around a lot longer than you would have ever imagined. The article was breakfast in America, you could pick the year you were born and find breakfast in America. And it went when all the way back to the late nineteen thirties. Bisquick was invented right around nineteen thirty six nineteen thirty seven. And so the company that owns bisquick when on this big marketing push and made biscuits and jam like the trendy breakfast food in the in the year, nineteen thirty seven new bisquick had been around a long time..
"sam elliott" Discussed on Against All Odds with Cousin Sal
"Cater. Yes. Well, you see how big of a favorite is. I I would take Marshall. He was great in it. Now, people love Sam Elliott. And then a star is born he was very good in the ZIM. But they're only four at the most. It was great. But he always plays it a disgruntled cowboy trail. Like he was that same. He's the same. Sam Elliott that I've seen in other things. Don't you think? Yeah. Sure. Sure. I didn't. I I knew that was it's not. Yeah. It's not like he was playing like a gay man or something that we've never seen him do before. I don't think he was really pushing his boundaries. That's another thing to consider too. It was like how outside of the box. They need to go. Absolutely. And so okay in that regard. Do you think Adam driver went outside the box for black klansman? I thought he was really good at Ivan's. I saw that movie. Like the beginning of the year whenever it came out. I really like him one time out. We were we shared a flight. So I feel like we've got kind of a bond. Oh, yeah. I don't think he'll win though. Really? No. I don't think he had the same kind of her seven sure to fly with any of these other guys. Okay. Are you too? Girls fan who am I say, you will like were Shoshana, right? Literally, the most annoying person on that show. Take. Did you watch girls? Yeah. I've watched a few no-show shot. You're talking about inglorious bastards at first real tough. When Rachel walked in here. You like, oh, that's Shoshana careful. Of course, not of course, not she's wrong of Shana Sam Rockwell vice fifty to one just knocked them away. Best supporting actor, they should be in the in like two scenes. He played w he looked great. He was great. And I loved his vocal his accidents. Okay. So I like my her Shali minus fourteen hundred on a parlay will bring our odds down to something. We like Tate is there anyone else who could win this not really, right? Actually like Rockwell is like a really long shot odds, just he's a darling dot. Yeah. They they love Sam Rockwell last year for three billboards. Yeah. A little bit. You know, maybe go a little political here, and you know, give vice a little hat tip give Dirac well again, go back to back. Vice did do so well in these other vices Christian belt's gonna win for vice we'll to spoil. Unbelievable. All right. But as far as our parley goes, Marsha we've gone, Regina, Marsha this one doesn't really help our odds because it's such a one runaway favourite best director Alphonso Koran from Roma minus two thousand Spike Lee, black Landsman plus five fifty Powell Paulo Caskey now nail tastes. You. Saw this Cold War twenty five to one..
'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
"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..
"sam elliott" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"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..
"sam elliott" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"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..
Promising Coming Of Age Body-Horror Debut – Variety
"King. A star is born leads the movie nominations for the Screen Actors Guild award. A star is born was nominated four times for the sag awards. Bradley Cooper, lady Gaga and Sam Elliott to get individual nominations and the cast was nominated for best ensemble the biggest award the other nominees in that category. Are Black Panther bohemian rhapsody, black clansmen and crazy rich Asians in the TV categories. The marvelous MRs Mazel and Ozark have four nominations each. The sag awards will air live on TNT and TBS on
"sam elliott" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers
"But I figured that that up my odds for in fact, getting the job or having the job in the film, if he'd already spent four months getting my voice down I'd be a little freaked out that somebody was walking around sounding like me was the reason that it is that mattered it. Oh, we're brothers in the film brothers in the story and. The stealing of the voice has you know, and it's an integral part of that little arc in. Oh, bobby's older, brother. He's the older brother. Jack is well was a singer their father was a singer their father was a drunk. Jack, the under brother. Idolize the father. Bobby think hated him on some level. Bobby was a writer, and that was his failing in terms of becoming a successful singer at least from Jack perspective. And I think probably probably realized that too. If you know, that's a huge part of the movie is if you can right. Music. If you can write good lyrics than you're gonna go for if you can dig into your soul. You know, you're gonna have legs body didn't do that Bobby ended up being a caregiver in taking care of his younger brother, but he gives you I what I believe is the best speech. There is in the movie, you know, you really take it. And it's about twelve notes the truth of it is there's these twelve notes, and they just keep repeating themselves. And it's how the artists sees those twelve notes that's value. Whether it's. What they write in the lyrics to go along with the music or how they sing the lyrics with the music. That was my understanding. I liken it to a great speech in for an actor. It's how the actor sees that speech one actors gonna play it like somebody else, and you take the same speech or the same twelve notes. And in different hands is going to have a different take. It's going to be interpreted differently. Now, you delivering that to lady Gaga to Allie in the movie. What was it like working with her? I was a huge fan because I have a daughter that's two years old two years older than gug, Cleo. And it'd been listening to her music and home for the last ten years, but to go in, you know, when we when we initially started this thing we had a table read of. Like, the recyc- thirty five people, including the head of the studio, which is never happens for table rid and told Stephanie that day that is going to take me a while to get past what I may of you in. No, and it didn't take long because she's very open the movies getting a lot of Oscar buzz for right across the board. But for you to how would you feel about getting an Oscar, I think all that is. Get that word. I mean that but let somebody else deal just assumed enjoy the ride was if think that for head. I mean, why think that far ahead and ultimately probably get disappointed anyway. But why think that far ahead when everybody right now is like this, you know, people have people come up to me, and they get like I do about it. You know, if I talk about this deaf. I'll just go out start we've been about because it's still there that I'd love that that that still there. Movies. Don't hang with me forever. That this things. Stuck with me? And maybe it's because of where I am in my life, and my career, maybe probably a little more sensitive when you get older. I'm seventy four years old. I've had a really good run doing what I wanted to do since. I was a little kid. And you know, I'd rather just enjoy that. And think about Oscar. Now, there's still be a lot of other people. They'll be doing that for you. You know, you can a lot of thinking. But I wanted to give you one of those Oscars for the hero. Anyway, you know. Sweep piece to really wise, and the director of that piece said something Brown, Hugh. Hailing that is in the tabloid universe. We live in the worst thing anyone could say he said the thing about Sam Elliott is that he's well adjusted and happy guy what we've the suffering. Did you know did you have a period of this? You know, sure, certainly along the road. I mean, there were a lot of lows between the work, and it wasn't until underneath a really know..
"sam elliott" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers
"Hi, everybody. I'm Peter Travers this popcorn where we tell. You. What's happening at the movies? And there's a movie now called a star is born which you may have heard of already because everybody is excited about what this is not only because a weighty Gog is making her acting debut in a movie and Bradley Cooper is not on the acting. But directing because my guest today Sam Elliott, but Futre just terrific. You know? Did you know right away? Really, no, you know, many hope think of the top. But I think the odds were certainly in favor right off the top because of Bradley's perspective on it. And you know, he came in at a time when initially this thing was going to get made Eastwood was going to direct it and be on say it was going to star in. Then they came to Bradley. He'd just fully committed himself to you know, it was like a three year and never for him. And he not only wrote directed. He wrote music for edited the film, you know, many sang in his and give it up. He he didn't give anything, but see that's the that's the great thing about this business because he constantly had people saying him, don't, you know, they've made this before. The four-time around. But it has to me it has a difference in all of those. There's an intimacy in it. And I think there's a really to this film that the others didn't achieve for sure. I think a lot of came. There's a scene in the movie in which Bradley gets gug or Stephanie to come out or Allie, everyone every I don't know what you call colour. Stephanie more. But Gaga over been for a number of years. But there's a sequence in the film. In which he gets out on the stage for the first time. And he he says just trust me. That's all you gotta do. Then it turns his back and walks out on the stage, and she'll to joins them there. The reason I mentioned that is because that's one of the things that Bradley said to me when I first met him. I didn't know Bradley before we worked on this film at never crossed paths with them always been a fan from afar. But he asked me that initial meeting. He said if you trust me, you'll be. Happy to film. Just trust me. And I think that he asked all of us that same question or to give him that same confidence. I don't know how easy it is to trust the guy who completely steals your voice. Well, it does he admits that same initial meeting that I had with it was home. He he played the tape for me, which was he'd recorded with his voice coach or he said is going to send a little weird to probably and it didn't fix and very weird to me because he he was very close to. Doing a pretty good imitation of pretty good takeoff..
"sam elliott" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast
"But after his dialogue is like, what's 'cause he didn't hear what someone said to him. I was constantly reminded say, how's your tonight as an easily? I'm here with my wife. Dude. He just change the subject to law where you're like. You can hell. Okay. But I also is confused because he seemed like he got, tonight's out a young age, but then he also tells Allie he was born with an ear thing. So he right here. He's always either like had an ear issue and then also got tonight which is probably just fucking hell. I don't understand how that, like if you can't even hear normal things, but then there's also like a ringing in your head at all times. That's like a very probably unbearable situation that he should be wearing those like things that they were making for him. Yeah, right. But I guess it takes him out of the music that he's playing. See, that's he's making so many excuses to not get better that it's just like there's no justification at all for like any of his behaviors. Just like you're just choosing to not deal with all your own issues. And then you bring Allie into your life and she loves you. So she's not going to force you to deal with. I mean, she makes points to be like, stop drinking. You smell like alcohol. We'll see how long it lasts till you drink again, like she does make jabs in him. But she doesn't fully stand up for herself until that moment they get in a fight in which she's in the bath, and it's only because he calls her names and says, all those rude things like she barely even when she saw he was drinking. She doesn't say anything. She kind of lets it go, which it seems that cause a carryover of how she treated her dad. And so it's like, I understand why Allie gets into this relationship for few reasons is like he has power in an area that can help her career. That's not the only reason she's in this relationship, but it's clearly a part of it. And you know she is predisposed to messy dudes who have alcohol issues. But yes, she like, never. I don't know. There's just so. And then any you were saying earlier, like the the concept of his like suicide as sacrifice, where he kills himself so he won't embarrass her anymore. He's like letting her go and setting her free, right? Like actually causing quite a bit of pain. And that's another like twenty eight teen update that they. Try to make. The kind of rings hollow is there's that scene with lady Gaga and Sam. Elliott. Imagine that. I never would think that would be a sentence that scene where lady Gaga and Sam Elliott crying, and he was like, full is Jack's volt, and that's it. Which is like a clearer view of suicide than any of the past movies have offered. Yeah, but that's still not how it's presented when it happened. It's presented as a sacrifice, but then they're like, oh, but it's actually not. But then it's still, I don't know where what is what is this? Yeah. Does anyone have any final points while I think it's a great film. I really enjoyed it. You just have to suspend your disbelief that like women. Are on the like it all. It's a fantasy of like, oh, I was discovered, and I made it and thank God for this man like you really have to just let all that go to go watch the movie and then you know slowly think about it later because it does the more you think about it. It's like, okay, like this entire movie is happening because of a guy being like, oh, you're hot in a good singer. That's his poll interest in it was like, I, I believe it's because she was a good singer. And then as he got to know her like, oh, well, I'm very attracted to you and I'm gonna make everything happen. And then it proceeds to be like only men around her, and that's a frustrating thing. Right? It's a great film if you just you don't wanna have a good time, but don't expect to get a lot of depth when it comes to strong women. Do they have to do know or even women interacting? Yeah, brings us to the maverick hand..
"sam elliott" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"This torn between. Succumbing to all the pressure from people say, when are you going to get off the beach? When are you going to get off the beach? I know people that are lifeguards. My parents were both lifeguards in El Paso, Texas. Please go Washington park. I have friends that have been in county and the city lifeguard service for years. It's like being in the police department, it's an admirable profession. This character Rick Carlson was a lifeguard in didn't wanna be anything else. Right? So then that the mo- the movie comes out the one sheets picture of me and appear of speed os and a big busted girl either are there were no big best girls in the movie, and it was Kathleen Quinlan and or the two ladies was Kathleen, I. I went on press trail in those days, you carried press kits with you or they were that thick can. There was talking boxes of that. We go with us on these things. Invariably going to the situations in it was like a day here day here day here, raised as it wasn't coming to junket in one spot has its pros and cons. Go in. The person you're going to meet with the next day. She's the movie that night in variably you know, say ninety percent of the people that interviewed with would start the interview with this movie, isn't anything like I thought it was going to be based upon what did seeing, and it said, yeah, I know. You know, and and set you on that you could. You could talk for a few minutes on that when I'm sure. And did you know never worked at paramount again and by your choice here. Here, there was a cure couple of characters air impose themselves upon me for various reasons. And I also said how I felt about that at the time. Have a lot of gay for instance, please don't misunderstand that. It's like when somebody. Pushes themselves upon you, then you know, they'll thanks. So we're Trump's dick mashed. Those guys were both gays well, and they're guys involved in the beginning of my career probably would meet sitting here talking to you without him. I mean, it's not about that. It's about presentation right. Where are you at right now? In terms of honesty and in in the press. Like if you if you and Bradley for whatever reason hadn't gotten along on this one, would you have? Would you say that I mean, is that something that like have you earn your lesson way back when from the lifeguard or is it brooms doesn't hide. Yeah. Yeah. And if I'm gonna sit there and talk about that, I just talked about, you know, which I probably shouldn't even mentioned anybody, but. To this world Rin. It's true minutes like no-holds-barred and some level of conducted myself and as far as concerned upright manner. And you know, I think my parents that. I got nothing to hide. Nothing to apologize for which you see is what you get, and. You know, if you got a bullshit people to get ahead then I wanna get ahead right. Not been a great run in, like I said, if this is this one and okay, a couple more to head. You mentioned mask which still holds up as an exceptional piece of work from Peter non of it, and you share Stoltz Peter. What was the? I'm just curious the environment on the set of that like contentious because their stores of him and share their robe shares of pretty strong gale. Particularly at that time and she was pretty fleshed. Uh-huh. But it was an incredible thing for me. I mean, it was just that that thing came. So out of the blue I was doing a yellow rose with Cybill shepherd. Who was Peter's girlfriend and went into makeup trailer. One more in simple says, I saw Peter less than heated. He's doing this thing with Sharon. He's a confer Gary Cooper on a motorcycle. So at three or name in. So thanks, you know thinking. Sure. And then that are those couple of weeks later, I was over in Hawaii, getting married, Catherine over her honeymoon got a cough major run Meyer. And he said, Peter should meet you on this movie's doing well. What can it come when get back into once you see like tomorrow or the next day? Running on my honeymoon with the puck. So I can't make it shower agent would do. A honeymoon get in the way. I was again, say what I feel right, blah blah, but unbeknownst to make a toll, Catherine..
"sam elliott" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"It just takes focus at Disney and no getting out of your own way and not over thinking, really got to just got an no it cold. If you have any hesitation, if I'm speaking self service, there's some people in in a rebel. People are totally admire people that can look the peace mature. And so let's do it. You know, it's interesting. Tend to over think things probably. Always have said, you know, over the years, but an-and the page on the stage, you know, really kind of been here to the script. The writer. He's got his function wrote a great script. You know. So you can you can get into for an did on that. But this time with Bradley is it didn't matter. It's like I said with rally before. I mean, it's like when you throw it out as soon as do, it's on the page, just throw it all out on his. The right thing comes. I'm curious, like your perspective on, you know what, where your career has gone in recent years, especially when I was a big fan of what you did in the hero and your work with Brett Haley. And I mean, it could be argued that you're getting some of the best opportunities in. Argument rights rations fucking through, what do you make of it? I mean, is it come around to you? Have you come around to the right things or just outlived him. Fucking word attrition in of. Seventy four year old guys around maybe I don't know that. That just been lucky. Just been lucky in. There's kind of a, you know, there's a trail between one part to the next. If I talked to you like five years ago where you kinda in there and I'll tell you where it was, it was, I did this thing on. Jesus Christ terrible. Remember names. Good. This is goofy thing that's on this an animated thing. Okay. Robot chicken? Yes. Did the singer robot chicken. It was absurd. I got nominated for an EMMY for. And it went to the took my daughter. In lily Tomlin was nominated. In the same category for voice over on elephants insisting she did of national history channel or whatever. And we sat behind her. I'd never met lily before, but if she won the award of, you know, got up and give her a hug and told her out. Happy was to meter and blah, blah. About six months later, I got a call from a guy named Chris Weitz who, yeah, this was just here. Love live, Chris. In Christian. My brother's doing this movie with lily Tomlin and. There's a part in that. Would you read the script. Fuck. Yeah. Yeah. Send it. And here came the script. With this chunk in that was like..
"sam elliott" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"I'm such an Mirer of your works or Ngoc and this film is getting. The accolades. It deserves this on special just telling one of your gang here. I saw it for the second time. Last night I saw Toronto I and in the heat of Toronto, it's like literally twenty movie slows there, and it's hard to like judge and I was very moved the first time, and I think the proof in the pudding when you return to a film in it, it just the packs awhile every time. I see it now does this, I guess just give me a sense of sort of has happened for you before. Where film has resonated in this way? Have you felt this kind of news kind of attention though been fortunate to be involved in a few films in up in really nice films. I've never had one that I thought was going to go over the dam terms of boxoffice like this is. Yeah, and I've never think had won the resonated with me on some levels. This is still carry it like right under the surface on a motion level. If I start talking about certain elements of it too much or in viewing it, it's everpresent somehow. Yeah, we'll have some, you know, upper tuning to work with Bradley who had never known before and get to meet Stephanie and get close with them like. If all the courage are right, you have the opportunity when you're working on a film and this puncher fit the Bill for that. When you when you at this point having made as as many films intelligent products as you have like, do you approach something with optimism or pessimism at this point? I mean, you, you know, all the cards are there. You know Bradley erase new deny that this thing is in right hand and bold move to make this time this thing of four time at the. Yeah, but in Bradley's hands and you know, this fresh take that he had on it. And bring in Gaga into. There is no doubt that this thing was going to be something special. It's it's also bowled in kind of it's, it's earnestness like it's, it's, it's in some ways, feels like not a film of these in these cynical times, you know, and I think that's sort of a film for this. I guess. That's true is so stands out over on bull. Yeah, throwback on some levels. Yeah. Is that so did that strike you in reading the script that this was the heart? This heart was on its sleeve? Well, it's there. I mean, it's it's on the page, but. It's in the plane and in doing that. Became when it became. Yeah, you know their letter stuff that's on the page. There's a long distance from the page to the screen is it's a million miles. Yeah, no. But in again in Bradley hands, you know, this guy is clearly of genius of sorts of always I, I didn't know Bradley cross paths with him. Always admired him as work as an actor, but now after having worked with them, it's just it's just very clear. As a lot going for them will be on the acting game in and he got it out of everybody. Even he was responsible for bringing all the actors in ano- and he's the one that got two performances out of. He's the one that sets the stage. It's a, it's a film that a lot of things, but it's about like us, love in all its forms, romantic love, and the love the tween family members..
"sam elliott" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused
"Today on happy. Second fused Sam Elliott talks is award worthy. Turn in a star is born, hey, guys, I'm Josh Horowitz. Welcome back to the show. Welcome to an episode, starring the one, the only the man with that icon, ick mustache and that even more I con voice the great Sam, Elliott. What a treat if you have not seen a star is born yet get with the program guys. This is the movie everybody is talking about and rightfully so it is now out everywhere that soundtrack that music performances. They are the talk everywhere. And I, I think they will be for the next bunch of months right now, if there is a front runner and maybe I'm jinxing, but if there's a front runner for the Oscars, put your money on a star is born picture actress actor and yes, supporting actor, Sam, Elliott. I would not be surprised certainly for him to get an Amish in and. I would not complain if he comes away with a gold statue for his performance. In stars born a real treat to get a. He is kind of an icon, Sam, Elliott. He's, he's the, you know, the sage like presence in the big lebowski. He's he's the man who kicked ass with Patrick Swayze and roadhouse, and he is in the case of a star is born Bradley. Cooper's wise, older brother, and it's a, it's a small role. It's not, you know, he's only in maybe half dozen scenes, but man does he register in this and has some of most emotional moments in the film? And he's just fantastic this conversation equally fantastic, Sam, Elliot sense. He does not suffer fools lightly. He, he talks the talk and he walks the walk. He says what he feels he talked about that and how that maybe even got got him into trouble early on. In his career. I love these actors, the actors that just you can feel they don't have a filter. They talked from the heart and someone like Sam, Elliott, who's been doing this a long while about fifty years. He doesn't give a crap anymore away. You know, he'll say what he wants and he'll suffer the consequences if he needs to. But this was this was a real, treat a real honor to to sit with Sam Elliot for the better part of an hour. And I think you guys are going to enjoy this. Just update you on my the rest of my shenanigans in my life. If you're at near Comecon at the Jacob Javits center, you might have seen me doing my thing. I moderated a bunch of panels what a blast. I think most of these panels actually are available online if you want to go back and look at them sometimes without the exclusive footage because I think they remove that for those that weren't in the room. But last Friday night, I moderated the Netflixing chills panel which featured four different shows, the Chilean ventures of Sabrina. It was the dirt, Chris. Title. It was the haunting of hill house and umbrella academy, and it was it was wild. It was a big night. It was hours of interviews, massive, casts, Mary j. buys Ellen page. Everybody, everybody was there, the green room. You should have seen. It was about forty five people not including publicists handlers managers, and it was one of the more intense moderating evenings of my life, but I had so much fun doing it. The next day I moderated the Spiderman into the spider verse panel in which they should the first thirty five minutes of the new animated Spiderman film that opens December fourteenth and guys is gonna make a jillion dollars. I guarantee it. It is excellent hardcore. Spiderman fans are going to love it. It stars for the first time miles Morales should week more place miles Morales, and not only that it has like half a dozen Spiderman incarnations voiced by the likes of Jake Johnson and nNcholas cage. It's really cool. The animation is gorgeous. The panel was Superfund Ord in Miller of twenty one jump street fame where there Jake Johnson was air Shamikh more. Was there had a blast without one and then on Sunday, talk about a blast from the past, Irene knighted with some my twilight gang, it'd been a few years, but we celebrated the tenth anniversary of the release of the first twilight film and moderated a panel with Catherine Hardwick. The director kellan lutz Eddie. He and Jackson Rathbone and it was it was surreal. It really was. It was like no time at past. These guys were the same..
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.
"sam elliott" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Will margaret alva thanks so much for speaking with us thank you margaret talbot is a staff writer for the new yorker her article about the opioid crisis in west virginia is the addicts next door coming up we meet actor sam elliott he stores in the new film the hero this is fresh air hate it skyros here if you love this podcast you might also love the ted radio our it's a show about what it means to be a human we grieve we experience joyce sadness love jealousy we could be cruel an embassy thank we have the capacity to imagine the future and the past and at a time when it seems were so divided the ted radio our explores what makes us unique among all species find it on apple podcasts the npr one app or however you get your pat guests sam elliott has been acting in movies and television for nearly fifty years you may have seen him in any number of western such as tombstone or playing a bouncer and roadhouse or in some memorable appearances like in the coen brothers filmed the big lebel ski if you don't know elliott's name you might recognize his distinctive voice featured in awada commercials loan store barbecue sauce the perfect partner for your chicken lone store barbecue sauce the perfect partner for your chicken got it and one more we want something different elliott's done plenty of voiceover work but that's a clip from his new film the hero in which he plays an ageing actor whose career is stalled elliott's career by contrast is surging he got critical attention for a small role with lily tomlin in the film grandma then played the romantic partner of blyth dander and i'll see you in my dreams that films director brett haley wrote the hero with elliott in mind in the hero elliott plays lee hayden an actor in his seventies who sacrificed his family for his career and recently got a cancer diagnosis in this scene he runs in were younger woman played by laura pre pond at a taco stand he'd met her recently at his pot dealers house when sheet observed he seemed sad she speaks first about the food asaka than iran.
"sam elliott" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Sam elliott as you and we really pleased above that his baritone role and handlebar moustache had become synonymous with westerns and other films resnais's careers undergoing a transformation with they'll take own committee rules and said coms and storing it indy flicks his latest film funds him in a playing an over the hill actor confronting mortality is called the hero writer director bread haley calls of film quote a love letter not only to sam but to a dying breed of actor and film in hollywood great to have you thank you the german movie sure john tembo who lead hayden is really ruler for those of juicer whose long german mergers live removes you lose your roof drew who's pointed whose moon primarily through warm hit with the withdrew marku moon is use the proceeds along the way usual of tunisia connection druze family who's humans were for shook divorce changed dole rougeot mayo with them no longer work soon spokestream moon drinks too much if you cancer burden motions road off the top of the movie inge binge growing both of the figuring out forever mocked the mercy's new obviously nothing get about left your mortality behind get your office but then many parallels each time here when maria he lied to jose print thirty could pages beijing some and your words three hundred burma miles to from the office it's be time very and when rules the intern for packed exceptions the herrington filed not the ferenc to file i'm still a have blue murder maga kills these her definitely for thirty time three years and it's we've times been given like these for thirty when you you nine can count years on staples access your files from email the cloud or u s p and then print copy facts are scam them get back to business fast visit your nearby staples each proton wouldn't it be great if you could stop crime.