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"scott feinberg" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

01:55 min | Last month

"scott feinberg" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"I turned it down. And instead of doing it, I did a thing called two loves. With Jack Hawkins and Larry Harvey, whom I despised. And three people saw the movie. Although it never would I have done given Holly the lightly what Audrey did. So, you know. Well, I guess just as the last thing, two parter, if I may, what's your life like today? Do you still have the hunger that you've always had to act and then part B, many, many years from now when all of us are gone, how would you like people to remember the work and everything that you did? Getting ready to do another movie, working with people on the script. If I can't be creative, I'm in trouble. Writing my own books, and that's probably what I'd like. I would like to be remembered for making it clear that life itself is show business. Everything about what each of us do, we are performing our lives. And we can make a decision how to perform how to dress. What is the wardrobe? What is the makeup? What is the distribution? What is the financing? You know, we're all doing it every day. And I think that's a simple concept that I'd like to be remembered for making it clear. You know? I think you do it better than anybody. So thank you very much. I really appreciate it. Thank you. My pleasure. Thanks, huh. Thanks very much for tuning into awards chatter. We really appreciate you taking the time to do that. And would really appreciate you taking a minute more to subscribe to our podcast on iTunes or your podcasts app. And to leave us a rating as well. If you have any questions, comments or concerns, you can reach me via Twitter at Twitter dot com slash Scott feinberg. Until next time, thanks for joining us.

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"scott feinberg" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

04:29 min | 3 months ago

"scott feinberg" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"I'm the host Scott feinberg. And my guest today is one of the most popular and prolific actresses of her generation. She is best known for playing Monica Geller, the OCD mother hen on the beloved NBC sitcom Friends from 1994 through 2004, and also for portraying the ambitious TV reporter Gale weathers in the scream films released in 1996, 1997, 2002 1011 and 2022, with another on the way in 2023. Her others stand out work includes stints on FX's drama series dirt from 2007 through 2008, TBS sitcom cougar town from 2009 through 2015, and most recently, stars is comedy horror series shining veil, which debuted in March and on which she plays a wife mother and author whose midlife personal and professional struggles lead her family to relocate from their New York apartment to an old house in Connecticut, where her troubles only get worse. Courtney, Cox. Over the course of our conversation, which was recorded in front of a class that I teach at Chapman university, the 57 year old and I discussed some of her early breaks, like being hired to dance opposite Bruce Springsteen in a music video, and playing the girlfriend of Michael J. Fox's character on family ties. How she first heard about Friends and why she asked to play Monica instead of Rachel. How her prior work on Friends and in the scream films, as well as personal frustrations that she felt during the years after cougar town helped to prepare her for her role on shining veil, which she describes as the most layered and challenging she has ever played, plus much more. And so without further ado, let's go.

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"scott feinberg" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

04:56 min | 6 months ago

"scott feinberg" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Hi everyone and thank you for tuning in to the 425th episode of awards Cheddar, The Hollywood Reporter's awards podcast. I'm the host Scott feinberg. And my guest today is an Irish actress who has won widespread acclaim and popularity for her work on screens big and small. She is best known for playing Claire Randall, a World War II era nurse who manages to travel back in time to 1743 Scotland on the stars fantasy series outlander, which debuted in 2014. The 6th season of which will premiere on March 6th, and for which he has received four Golden Globe Award nominations so far. But lately, her industry profile has exploded thanks to her deeply affecting portrait of the matriarch of an Irish family caught in the middle of the troubles in Kenneth Branagh's 2021 film Belfast, for which she was nominated for the best supporting actress Golden Globe Award. Is nominated for the best supporting actress critics choice and sag awards and is widely expected to be nominated for the best supporting actress Academy Award. Katrina balf. Over the course of our conversation, the 42 year old and I discussed how her acting ambitions were sidelined for several years when she became one of the first Irish supermodels and what led her to later revisit them, how she landed her part opposite Sam Heughan on outlander, and what she makes of the rabid fanbase of the show and the series of books by Diana gabaldon, which inspired it. What it was like to essentially play Branagh's own mother in Belfast, and why she thinks the film, which unfolds through the eyes of a young boy modeled on the filmmaker in his youth, has proven to be so moving to so many plus, much more. And so without further ado, let's go.

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"scott feinberg" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

04:19 min | 7 months ago

"scott feinberg" Discussed on The Big Picture

"I'm Amanda Evans. And this is the big picture, a conversation show about the Oscars and superheroes. On today's episode, we're looking at a debate that has been roiling in the movie industry for nearly 15 years. Should the Academy Awards more accurately reflect the interests of moviegoers? And if so should franchise films be regularly competing for best picture? We are talking about this because on the eve of Christmas this year, Scott feinberg of The Hollywood Reporter issued a piece that featured the voices of a few producers and one of the stars of the biggest movie of 2021 by far in that movie, of course, is Spider-Man, no way home. And in that story, those producers and that star lobbied campaigned for best picture at the Oscars. I am not surprised that this happened, but I think that it raises an interesting conversation. I'd like to try to have a rational and reasonable conversation with you about the Amanda. When you saw this story, what did you think? You know, good for everyone doing their job, you know? Even even on Christmas Eve, the content mill doesn't stop and we gotta have something to print in the trades and Sony's gotta take their victory lap and Tom Holland's gotta take their victory lap and someone was gonna start having this conversation. So why not own it, you know? In the grand tradition of campaigning for movies. This is gonna be an interesting conversation because I feel perfectly rational and calm about it and you are having your own meltdown within the confines of this outline. So it's gonna be a challenge. Can you stay calm? Can you bring together all of your interests and feelings? And also I have like a couple needles that I will poke at you and can you handle that? Well, we're about to find out. Let's go.

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"scott feinberg" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

05:49 min | 8 months ago

"scott feinberg" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"For joining us for the 416th episode of awards chatter, The Hollywood Reporter's awards podcast. I'm Scott feinberg, the host, and also a trustee professor at Chapman university's Dodge college of film and media arts. I should tell those of you tuning in that this is a special live episode being recorded at Chapman's felino theater in orange, California. In front of an audience of my students and other members of the community of this great film school. My guest today is a 54 year old Canadian who is now one of a select few filmmakers in Hollywood who makes movies which are consistently embraced by both critics and large audiences. After directing his first four features in Canada, three of which were the nation's submission for what is now known as the best international feature Oscar and one of which 2010s ons was nominated. He began working in America. And in just the 8 years since he has rather remarkably helmed 6 major features. 2013s prisoners and enemy 2015s Sicario 2016s arrival 2017s Blade Runner 2049, and this year, dune. The film that he dreamed of making since he read Frank Herbert's 1965 sci-fi novel of the same name when he was just 13. A recent New York Times Magazine profile of him was titled, quote, the man who finally made a dune that fans will love. Held Denis Villeneuve broke the curse, quote. We're going to get into that today and much more. So would you please join me in welcoming to awards chatter and to Chapman university, mister Denis.

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"scott feinberg" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

05:19 min | 10 months ago

"scott feinberg" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Awards chatter the hollywood reporter's awards podcast. I'm the host scott feinberg and my guest. Today is a show business character. Unlike any other quite by accident he has worked as a male model. An mtv j. a rapper and an actor. He was the star of an x ray to tape before just about any other celebrity. He partied with paris and lindsay during the height of the hollywood paparazzi era. He opened under the name dirt. Nasty for bands like the red hot chili peppers in seventy thousand seats stadiums. All around the world and now after years of middling parts on tv shows like two thousand five's cuts in which he starred opposite one. Meghan markle and in films including three installments of the scary movie franchise. He is against all odds. A best actor oscar contender for his portrayal of a has been porn star. Who returns to his hometown. In sean bakers red rocket. I'm talking of course about simon rex over the course of our conversation. The forty seven year. Old and i discussed how he handled the sudden fame that came to him in his early twenties when he landed his mtv gig in the mid nineteen ninety s how a disastrous audition for goodwill hunting led to a more serious pursuit of enacting career. What it means to him. After years of toiling in mostly obscure lightweight projects to be the star of an eight twenty four film that premiered ken and has brought him rave reviews from critics and actors alike plus much more and so without further ado. Let's go.

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"scott feinberg" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

02:12 min | 11 months ago

"scott feinberg" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Hi everyone and thank you for tuning into the four hundred. Fifth episode of awards chatter. The hollywood reporter's awards podcasts. I'm the host scott feinberg and my guest. Today is one of the biggest showbiz stars ever to emerge from mexico. He's an actor writer director and producer. Who has been called. The king of latino comedy and one of the most influential latinos in the world and who like the japanese baseball ichiro suzuki spent the first chunk of his career racking up hall of fame caliber accomplishments in his homeland and then again saul odds came to america. Ended it all over again. A man who is so famous in mexico that is two thousand. Twelve wedding was broadcast across the country. And who is so beloved around the world that he received a star on the hollywood walk of fame in two thousand sixteen before he had ever played the lead in an english language. Project the primary force. Behind some of the most popular spanish language tv programmes ever including all richaud elder bez and la familia pay luce the co writer director and star of the highest grossing spanish language film ever released in america and around the world. Two thousand thirteen instructions not included the star of hit english language films. Like two thousand seventeen how to be a latin lover and two thousand eighteen overboard and most recently a standout in coda and in drama that swept the major awards at the two thousand twenty one sundance film festival on route to selling to apple for more than any other acquisition title in the festival's history. Ennio derbez over the course of our conversation the youthful sixty year old grandfather and i discussed what led to his discovery at the age of twenty seven that he had facility for comedy why crossover stardom always appealed to him and what it was like for many years leading a double life as a huge celebrity in mexico and a virtual unknown trying to make it in america. What convinced him in two thousand twelve to abandon his dreams of hollywood stardom and what happened a year later that led him to pursue it once again this time far more successfully plus much more and so without further ado..

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"scott feinberg" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"scott feinberg" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Witness with a lukas. Haas about a young amish boy witnesses a murder. They're there. That's a great film and then regarding henry. American graffiti definitely would not put the movie that i interviewed. Harrison ford Four on a ranch in montana cowboys and aliens. I love you. Jon favreau but that one didn't quite come together cowboys fighting aliens even through in james bond movie daniel craig and they couldn't save it the devil's own. A a great film shot where our family has a home on the north fork. Long island With brad pitt. That's right brad pitt. And the devil's own shot and green port new york harrison ford one of the great movie stars of all time and in some of the most important films ever made. But i think rich's Richest four right. There is probably the best. The fugitive which won an academy award for tommy lee jones who then went on to play the role in a sequel with downey junior. That's just awful but the first the orig- not the tv show. That's the original fugitive but the pursuit of the one armed man. Richard dr richard kimble that opening sequence when his wife is murdered. It's just hard. Finding and a great summer thriller. I love now action movies and thrillers. That are exciting. Don't require special effects green screens in aliens and all these types of avatar no. Just give me dr. Richard kimble wrongfully accused in a tunnel. Trying jump off. A waterfall chased by the cops. It's still holds up all these years later. So happy birthday to To harrison ford excited for the all star game concerned about usa men's basketball. They did not look good yesterday and the loss against australia. But who are. We now to think that america is entitled to just show up and win the gold medal. I mean we invented this problem team. Usa is facing every other team littered with nba players. Patty mills joe. Ingles last night solid guys in the league. You'll see the french team. Have a ton of mba guys. Whether it's a tumor nil. Akina or rudy. A list goes on. I think but he's able was on the australian team last night from philadelphia guys everywhere if you think about the nba. First team all nba. Mostly foreign guys. There are more foreign guys this year on first team. All nba jaanus luca yokich than there were american born players. Then you go down to the second and third team. He got him beating. Go bear steve nassar the two time. Mvp from canada and this century. You've seen luca danni star yokich won the mvp honest one two before that. In fact an american has not won the mvp since two thousand eighteen james hearted. Who's now by the way overseas on instagram of monte carlo with magic johnson and sam jackson which looks like a great time. Think that's where riches this week but more overseas players the overseas game in enfeebled has out now actually got more physical than the nba game. How'd that happen. Our best players don't do it anymore. I know we're in green with this idea of the dream team. But where's the bron- where's a d. where's hearted. Where's kyrie where steph. We're zion sitting at home watching and team. Usa can't figure it out. They might be sitting at home watching too when he gets to the medal rounds. I'm not confident today that. Cvs say is going to win the gold medal for the men. I am for the women however Shoutouts everybody jumped on the show today. Clinton gates paul rabo. Peter rosenberg scott feinberg. All the way from france international on the show dominique foxworth. Of course tomorrow excited. We're going to have marcus. Johnson and black. Jesus himself the borough earl the pearl monroe nba champion with the new york knicks. Joining the show. Tomorrow big shoutout to super producer art. Were sending lots a glove to our man. Ben nagar thinking of you hear the rich eisen show ben lines in rich. We'll talk to you tomorrow on the rich eisen show..

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"scott feinberg" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"scott feinberg" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"For the knicks game in the playoffs and then came back to ken. Twenty four hours later. So that's a that's a man after your own heart or true knicks man. that's fantastic. i love it. Scott feinberg joins the show covers film and all things awards for the hollywood reporter. I reached out to you the other night. When i saw that you were getting to go. See the new. Wes anderson movie Which feels like such a perfect place to go and see that. I got to see moon rise kingdom. They're a few years back when he fired in france. Tell me tell me your thoughts. And what was the vibe mike when timothy shalam another knicks fan hits the red carpet. Well you're absolutely right about being the perfect place because this movie is called the french dispatch. It's set in. France and wes anderson is the most famous francophile american filmmaker. There there is and And so there was just plus as always he has just this incredible ensemble cast tons of stars and many of them did come with him to the premier. So you had some of these. Shallow may who you know. Young women were were most pleased to see their but also Oh and wilson venetia. Del toro tilda swinton You know just many many other. I think Edward norton. I believe it's just a huge group and People you know. here's the thing. The funny thing about ken is that unlike any other festival in the world that i know of certainly north america people here really are a few sieve in their reaction so like this movie. Got a nine minute standing ovation at the end. And that's not unheard of. It was a very good reaction. Probably the most polite. We didn't love. A movie is five minutes standing ovation. Which there's been a lot of but No people really responded to this movie. I think it's it's a question mark if it will be an awards movie beyond the craft some technical stuff where where wes anderson's movies are always most obviously incredible because it's a story that's sort of told in chapter so it's not necessarily as buying as a movie that you know runs beginning to end and there's a whole story through the whole thing but it it. It is a contender for that top prize this year along with the film from finland that called a compartment number six and and some others. That are still come. This is a basically a two week fest and stuff rolls out from the beginning as you know and so we're always hoping for a nice surprise. Ben lines flown in for rich eisen on the richeisenshow joined by scott feinberg all the way from france. We've gone international on the show today. Scott covers the all things films for the hollywood reporter. Edgy know scott. The canned film festival special place in my heart. Because that's where. I met my wife at the premiere of red army on you mentioned by gabe polsky that was sold to sony classics and took a very unusual path for hockey documentary playing at a film festival. That's a fantastic movie. I didn't know that that's where you met your wife. I'm good friends with with gay. I don does he know that. Yes absolutely and and You know that's why it's my favorite movie. Ever the holds a special place in my heart but i also love seeing sports movies as part of the awards conversation and with kobe bryant winning an oscar before he passed. And you see. Tonya harding film. Get nominated allison. Janney win and look in the best documentary category free solo versus oj. Ignorance like there's a real movement of awards worthy sports storytelling happening in hollywood. What are your thoughts on the emerging genre. I think you're absolutely right. And i'll tell you something. That's very exciting. Which is that This year. I think we're gonna have another one from what i'm hearing. I haven't nobody seeing this movie yet. But the the word is very positive on a movie called king richard. In which will. Smith plays the father of venus and serena williams who was basically you know their their Primary coach and support system even when they were coming out of a very poor part of florida and nobody was giving them. You know the time of day as as being You know it was just an unconventional way to professional tennis that they unconventional path that they took but apparently well smith is is out of this world in that movie and the movie itself script has been One of people have had on blacklist. Which is what they call the list of the best on produced screenplays. Now it's obviously being produced but I feel like you. And i are gonna end up. Yes crossing paths on now. And i look forward to that for sure as we say. Goodbye where are you off to next on the tuxedo. Monte carlo justin bieber. You're drinking rosa. Was george clooney sexy number one. What are we doing over there. Scott well you know. I hate to disappoint you but this is the first night in the entire festive about a week. So far where. I don't have to really see a movie the evening which i'm okay with because as you know here if you go to an evening screening you do have to throw on the talks and after a week of doing that every night. I'm running out of appropriate clothing. And i'm i've you know probably happy to just take a nap tonight but i It is a treat severe always a thrill to be here and i hope that Hope that we both end up here at the same time. One of these. I love your coverage and i know the high class problems like i got to put on a tuxedo again tonight. I just want to say no tell like. I can totally relate my friend i appreciate you taking some time. Especially late over there have fun. Appreciate it scott. Feinberg joins the show. The hollywood reporter a little taste of the rivera was happening across the pond at cannon and i always love film festivals because you get an early glimpse of what everybody's going to be talking about months from now. So look for the wes anderson movie as it hits theaters later this year. Coming up next. We'll switch gears socks and football. Dominique foxworth joins the show. They'll rose on. Ben lines voted for rich eisen. This is the rich eisen. Show.

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"scott feinberg" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"scott feinberg" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"But the the word is very positive on a movie called king richard. In which will. Smith plays the father of venus and serena williams who was basically you know their their Primary coach and support system even when they were coming out of a very poor part of florida and nobody was giving them. You know the time of day as as being You know time. It was just an unconventional way to professional tennis that they unconventional path that they took but apparently well smith is is out of this world in that movie and the movie itself script has been One of people have had on blacklist. Which is what they call the list of the best on produced screenplays. Now it's obviously being produced but I feel like you. And i are gonna end up. Yes crossing paths on now. And i look forward to that for sure as we say. Goodbye where are you off to next tuxedo. Monte carlo justin bieber. You're drinking rosa. Was george clooney sexy number one. What are we doing over there. Scott well you know. I hate to disappoint you but this is the first night in the entire fest of about a week. So far where. I don't have to really see a movie the evening which i'm okay with because as you know here if you go to an evening screening you do have to throw on the talks and after a week of doing that every night. I'm running out of appropriate clothing. And i'm i've you know probably happy to just take a nap tonight but i It is a treat severe always a thrill to be here. And i hope that hope that we both end up here at the same time. One of these. I love your coverage. And i know the high class problems like i got to put on a tuxedo again tonight. I just want to say no tell like. I can totally relate my friend i appreciate you taking some time. Especially late over there have fun. Appreciate it scott. Feinberg joins the show. The hollywood reporter a little taste of the rivera was happening across the pond at cannon and i always love film festivals because you get an early glimpse of what everybody's going to be talking about months from now. So look for the wes anderson movie as it hits theaters later this year. Coming up next..

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"scott feinberg" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

08:32 min | 1 year ago

"scott feinberg" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"I just consume all event and it reminds me of my grandfather because for an entire generation my grandfather leonard lyons wrote for the new york post six days a week cover and nightlife in new york for forty years and he was the eyes and ears to what was happening with hollywood people and movers and shakers and i thought of him when i saw you the other night talking about how spike lee requested a tv for the euro cup final at the cannes film festival. You took me there by you. Being the is in years for that story walk us through what happened with spike china. Watch the soccer game at can thank you. Yeah so you know. He's here as the first-ever lack president of the jury In seventy four years of cannes film festival. So that's why he's here just to set the scene for that And he's had many films here. But this is a great honor being president and so at every screening at every dinner you know. He's the guest of honor and so this was an event called women in motion and Put on by the organization carrying which it's just like way up in the hills over downtown. Ken it's beautiful the most fanc- you know kind of snobby and not an not enough sense away but you know that kind of an event and nobody was interested for for a chunk of that event in anything but the but the soccer game and spike was during the drinks our they had the A television kind of on the side and he was set himself right down and everybody else then kind of gathered around and then they turned it off when it when it was trying to get everybody to go to their table for dinner and so one guy though had had it on phone and Spike was very interested in following what was going on so At a certain point when that guy that had it on his phone like what a or whatever spike in a bunch of other people gather around and and then at that point spike insists that he you know he said You know who. I've talked to to get back on the big screen and If you're likely you get what you want Particularly as the president of jerry cannon so thanks to spike. We saw the end of the end of the game. Scott five joins the show from the south of france. Cover the cannes film festival for the hollywood reporter. Ben line filling in for rich eisen on the rich eisen show my producing partner. And i always joke. Watching sporting events at film festivals is the greatest. I have memories of being a fan looking for a wi fi signal to watch kevin durant in the playoffs. So i that's like but what was amazing the other night sky and you're over at france when spikes kicking off the festival opening night. You know he's he said that's an extra a tremendous honor for someone who's dedicated their life to cinema to be the president of the jury. He kicking it off the same night. His short film is starting game one of the nba finals on abc. It was this amazing moment for spike lee to has dedicated his life to sports and film. He's at the center of both of them. How has his time in francis. You're kind of set the tone out there or impacted the way that everybody's experienced this year's cannes film festival which is the highest of the high. Yeah i'll tell it's a i've no. I don't believe they've ever previously had the president of the jury on the poster. I mean people are very excited that he's here and he's you know thrilled to be here He has an interesting mystery with canceling will going back to his first feature. She's gotta have it was was. It played here then. He came back three years later. Do the right thing. And a lot of people roger ebert others were You know really calling for it to win the palm door the top prize and it was shut out by a jury. That was presided over by them. Vendors who apparently sort of bad mouth into the other jurors and it ended up going to sex lies and videotape soderbergh's breakthrough movie and so at that time spike. You know was very vocal. He didn't have an issue with the cancer. Had an issue with the with them vendors and the jury and so it is sort of poetic that all these years later. He's now the guy that's the president and He actually at the opening press conference with the with the full jury which also includes you know maggie jillian hall and some other people From all around the world i he was reflecting on his history with cannon. He said that there was one year that he had a movie. Here i think it was in the mid nineties because he said it was when the knicks were still You know we're we're in a one of their good periods and he said he came for. I believe he came for the premiere. Film flew back for the knicks game in the playoffs and then came back to ken. Twenty four hours later. So that's a that's a man after your own heart or true knicks man. that's fantastic. i love it. Scott feinberg joins the show covers film and all things awards for the hollywood reporter. I reached out to you the other night. When i saw that you were getting to go. See the new. Wes anderson movie Which feels like such a perfect place to go and see that. I got to see moon rise kingdom. They're a few years back when he fired in france. Tell me tell me your thoughts. And what was the vibe mike when timothy shalam another knicks fan hits the red carpet. Well you're absolutely right about being the perfect place because this movie is called the french dispatch. It's set in. France and wes anderson is the most famous francophile american filmmaker. There there is and And so there was just plus as always he has just this incredible ensemble cast tons of stars and many of them did come with him to the premier. So you had some of these. Shallow may who you know. Young women were were most pleased to see their but also Oh and wilson venetia. Del toro till the swinton You know just many many other. I think Edward norton. I believe it's just huge group and People you know. here's the thing. The funny thing about ken is that unlike any other festival in the world that i know of certainly north america people here really are a few sieve in their reaction so like this movie. Got a nine minute standing ovation at the end. And that's not unheard of. It was a very good reaction. Probably the most polite. We didn't love. A movie is five minutes standing ovation. Which there's been a lot of but No people really responded to this movie. I think it's it's a question mark if it will be an awards movie beyond the craft some technical stuff where where wes anderson's movies are always most obviously incredible because it's a story that's sort of told in chapter so it's not necessarily as buying as a movie that you know runs beginning to end and there's a whole story through the whole thing but it it. It is a contender for that top prize this year along with the film from finland that called a compartment number six and and some others. That are still come. This is a basically a two week fest and stuff rolls out from the beginning as you know and so we're always hoping for a nice surprise. Ben lines flown in for rich eisen on the richeisenshow joined by scott feinberg all the way from france. We've gone international on the show today. Scott covers the all things films for the hollywood reporter. Edgy know scott. The canned film festival special place in my heart. Because that's where. I met my wife at the premiere of red army on you mentioned by gabe polsky that was sold to sony classics and took a very unusual path for hockey documentary playing at a film festival. That's a fantastic movie. I didn't know that that's where you met your wife. I'm good friends with with gay. I don does he know that. Yes absolutely and and You know that's why it's my favorite movie. Ever the holds a special place in my heart but i also love seeing sports movies as part of the awards conversation and with kobe bryant winning an oscar before he passed. And you see. Tonya harding film. Get nominated allison. Janney win and look in the best documentary category free solo versus oj. Ignorance like there's a real movement of awards worthy sports storytelling happening in hollywood. What are your thoughts on the emerging genre. I think you're absolutely right. And i'll tell you something. That's very exciting. Which is that This year. I think we're gonna have another one from what i'm hearing. I haven't nobody seeing this movie yet..

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The Hazards of Making Movies About Real People

KCRW's Hollywood Breakdown

04:19 min | 2 years ago

The Hazards of Making Movies About Real People

"The I'm Kim Masters and this is the Hollywood breakdown joining me as many of the Hollywood reporter and Matt has come up. Many times in Hollywood does what it loves to do which is to make make movies and particularly awards season movies based on real people that controversy follows and we're seeing more or less at the same moment to different controversies sees. One of them involves Clint Eastwood's new movie Richard Jewel. which according to the Hollywood reporter's awards reporter Scott Feinberg up ends the Academy Me Awards race? It's it's GonNa be very very popular. He thinks with hatemi members in numerous categories. I'm assuming that probably includes picture but in this movie Richard Jewel. Joel this is about the security guard who tried to warn about the Olympic Park bombing back in Nineteen ninety-six a real event. He is portrayed in this movie. Of course he. He was excused of having been involved with the bombing. He was completely innocent and his life was M- very damaged by this. But I'll tell you what life is being damaged now day day in this movie have character a woman reporter who Allegedly in the movie sleeps with a source with an FBI source to get a story about about this and this person this real life person whose name is used. Kathy scruggs is dead and cannot speak up. I mean this is an outrageous thing to accuse as a reporter of that is a firing offense as you know if you were to get wind of one of your people at the Hollywood reporter sleeping with the source to get stuff and I will tell you in my life there. There have been occasional offers. But that's not something that real reporters do and the editor of the Atlanta Journal Constitution where this person worked is objecting to this and I will just now. This is a Clint Eastwood movie. Clint Eastwood is clearly very conservative. Possibly part of the trump you know the reporters play reporters are fake news world and I honestly Kinda Hope. This becomes the controversy. Because I think it's outrageous. Well it's also part and parcel of the film this. This is an indictment according to the reviews that have come out of both the FBI and the media and how they handled this situation with Richard Jewel. And I don't I don't think anyone is saying that this was the finest moment for either of those institution absolutely not but it does cross the line there to suggest that a reporter did something like this and it's also a trope like you've seen this in other things with sally field. I'll never forget it. I was like well. Paul Newman hard to resist about. We don't do this right and even more recently. If you look at the character in house of cards played by Kate Mara her relationship with Kevin Spacey. Right if you look even Amy Schumer in trainwreck. I mean that was. She was sleeping with the subject of her story. So this is like a trope that comes back and and I am not what a female journalist but I see how deeply offensive this is And also not necessary like you. Don't need it's Lizzie. And let me just turn quickly to this apple premier. You know apple is trying to plunge into this world. It's been a bumpy ride. We've talked about. They have this movie. The banker they were going to have a premier they cancelled it. Why did they cancel it because the son of the subject and the stories about a black man who this is a real story again of who recruited a white man to front for his financial business sixty years ago before the Civil Rights Act? This is a real story. But they have been using this guy. Son is the sky named Bernard Garrett Junior to promote the movie and IT Turns Out Bernard Garrett has a couple of half sisters who say that this guy had sexually molested them for years ears and this has now blown up. It's a different kind of hazard. Apple acquired this film. But when you don't vet things carefully this hazard that can happen. Yeah that's an interesting question because apple bought this movie after it was already made and neither apple nor the filmmakers knew about this controversy until about a week peak before the premiere and obviously the allegations are very specifically time. But now they've got to figure out what to do with this movie. That has this. Explosive allegation dropped their wives. Yeah I mean I just saved. Proceed with caution when you're doing true real life stories and I think it's a cheap out to Take on someone who's dead and can't speak up. Thank you thank

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"scott feinberg" Discussed on Little Gold Men

Little Gold Men

03:00 min | 3 years ago

"scott feinberg" Discussed on Little Gold Men

"Basically, he's probably pulling the Gary Oldman where he shakes everybody's hand. Who's gonna vote? I think you could argue that voting for him is like a vote against Bryan singer because he was the one who stood up to Bryan singer on the set. I'm kinda rolling my eyes a little here, and you know, got into a fight with Ryan singer. And he eventually was a big reason. Probably why Brian senior got fired. You could argue that if it wins best editing, which everybody dunked on editing on Twitter because it's so embarrassing and at one clip that went viral, I actually think it might win best editing at one at the awards for best editing of a musical or whatever. I forget how they delineate their categories maybe drama and comedy. Editors Editors Guild awarded it again. I think you could argue that whatever good or bad came from bohemian rhapsody was really put together by the editor after Bryan singer was fired. So I think they're okay. Well, you could be like, oh, we're going to like give it FUD Bryan singer by voting for these things for human rights, and even though Bryan singer, obviously is the author of the film and kind of profits from the movie rank base your voted for the cleanup crew. Kind of. I'm glad you value by this up. We're going to dig into like a couple of these things individually through it, all we should note that what's that damning statistics that Bryan singer stands to make forty million dollars from bohemian rhapsody so much like dirt you think people might be kicking on him. There's like a massive process. And you know, he's going to take a victory lap on social media. Like you did last time. Anyway, Scott Feinberg of the Hollywood reporter had like income sation events with Rummy malic at the Santa Barbara film festival where he he gave Romney in at like an opportunity I'm going to call it too. To make a well crafted statement on the Bryan singer allegations, which we had we have already discussed on spot guests, we were frustrated that Romney didn't even like acknowledge what was happening in his award speech or any of his other speeches. So Rummy says my heart goes out to anyone who has to live through anything like this like what I've heard and what is out there. It's awful. It's remarkable that this happens. I appreciate so much what they've been through and how difficult this must be for them in leaded, the hashtag metoo era that this somehow seems to exist after that is a horrible thing. I've sat here and talked about how everyone deserves the voice and anyone who wants to talk about what happened with Brian deserves to have their voice heard in my situation with Brian. It was not pleasant. Not at all nuts about all. I can say on this point. And the last thing he says is for anyone who's seeking solace in any of this Bryan singer was fired. Bryan singer was fired. I don't think that was anything anyone saw coming. But I think that had to happen and it did. So I have a lot of feelings about this statement that I'd tried to start to talk about on Twitter that I was like, you know, what Twitter is not the place. Read articulate this. Guess what I have an award season podcast. I can talk about this on. But I I'm curious to hear what you think of Romney's demon here. I mean, I guess it's good that he said something I think Chris you kind of alluded to the fact that he's really playing the game this year. He's Eddie red main in theory of everything he's at every event, he's charming people. And this was going to have to be a part of it like you you cannot..

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"scott feinberg" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"scott feinberg" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Hi, everyone and thank you for tuning into the two hundred sixty second episode of awards chatter. The Hollywood reporter's awards podcast. I'm the host Scott Feinberg, and my guest today is one of the greatest songwriters of all time. A one woman hit machine for more than thirty five years who has worked with almost every major singer of that time span from Barbra, Streisand and share to slain Dion and Whitney Houston to beyond say and lady Gaga and who's responsible for giant hits. Like, how do I live? I don't wanna miss a thing. If I could turn back time where them of the night. Nothing's gonna stop us now because you love me, don't turn around unbreakable heart can't fight the moonlight, and so many others, the great Diane Warren of whom the legendary music industry executive Clive Davis once said, quote, you know, how people are always saying no one write songs like they used to while. Diane is someone who does close quote Warren was the most successful songwriter of the nineteen nineties has been called the high priestess of heartburn. Aac and his virtually synonymous with the power ballad, but has found success with almost every genre. She has had thirty two songs. Practice billboard hot one hundred chart and nine top it. She was the first songwriter to simultaneously have songs at number one and number two on the US charts. And she was the first songwriter simultaneously have seven songs by seven different artists on the singles chart at the same time. Furthermore, she has written more than one hundred songs that have been featured in movies ten of which brought her best original song Oscar nominations, but none yet a win. Meanwhile, she has won Grammy EMMY Golden Globe and critics choice awards each for different songs. She also won the billboard music award for songwriter of the year in nineteen ninety seven nine hundred ninety eight and nineteen ninety nine was named the American society of composers authors. And publishers pop songwriter of the year in nineteen ninety nineteen ninety one nineteen Ninety-three nineteen ninety eight and nineteen ninety nine and their country songwriter of the year in two thousand and she was inducted into the song. Writers hall of fame in two thousand one today at sixty two she is still going strong and pumping out songs as great as ever and over the course of our conversation at the officers of the Hollywood reporter, she and I discussed all of the above plus much more including how she emerged from troubled childhood, and I began working in the music biz the origin stories of greatest hits several of which almost never were. And what inspired the trilogy of call to action songs that have accounted for her three. Most recent Oscar noms till it happens to you from two thousand fifteen hunting ground performed by lady Gaga, stand up for something from two thousand seventeen Marshall performed by Andre and common. And from the two thousand eighteen Ruth, Bader Ginsburg, bio doc RB g which itself has been nominated for the best documentary feature. Oscar the song alpha Knight performed by Jennifer Hudson. So without further ado, let's go to that conversation. Diane. Thank you so much for comments to see you as always, and this is a little different than most of these. Because usually when somebody comes on this podcast. I don't really previously know them don't have much to do with them. I feel like thanks to the long suffering period that you've had with the Oscars number ten world friends. I've only been around for the last four I think before that was before my time so long as yes. But it's been fun, and we'll get through all of it. But I guess the begin with. Let's just say for the record where were you born and raised in. What did your parents do for a living? I'm from van Nuys, California. A local not a lot of us. My dad sold insurance. My mom was a housewife and was music big presence in the house grownup. Yeah. Two older..

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"scott feinberg" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

04:12 min | 3 years ago

"scott feinberg" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Hi, everyone. Thank you for tuning into the two hundred sixty I f Assode awards chatter the Hollywood reporter's awards podcast, which is now, but one of four podcast that comprise the Hollywood reporter's podcast network. The others being it happened in Hollywood behind the screen and TV's top five. I'm the host Scott Feinberg, and my guest today has had a professional journey. Unlike any other Morphing from one of the first YouTube stars to an internationally popular stand up comedian to filmmaker. He is currently the toast of Hollywood for his feature writing and directing debut eighth grade a drama about an anxiety riddled thirteen year old girl during her last week of eighth grade which proved one of the most critically acclaimed films of two thousand eighteen clocking in at ninety nine percent on rotten tomatoes dot com and a breakout arthouse hit costing two million dollars. But grossing close to fourteen million he has been awarded the Bingham Ray breakthrough director Gotham award best direct toil debut, national board of review award and best. First film new. Foam Critics Circle award. He was nominated for the best original screenplay critics choice award, and he is nominated for the best original screenplay writers guild of America award and best screenplay spirit award all for a film that crack best of two thousand eighteen lists from sources ranging from the national board of review to the American Film Institute to former President Barack Obama, and that may have more accolades still to come Beaubourg him over the course of our conversation at the offices of the Hollywood reporter, the twenty eight year old, and I discussed the origins and implications of his accidental YouTube stardom, how performance comedy alone in his bedroom compared and contrasted to doing so in front of live audiences how his own intense battles with anxiety motivated him to look for a way out of stand up and ultimately to write eighth grade plus much more. So without further ado, let's go to that conversation. All right. Thank you so much for joining us. Appreciate it. Absolutely. We always begin with just a few basics where were you born and raised in. What is your folks for a living born in Beverly hospital Massachusetts raised very near there in Hamilton, Massachusetts, thirty minutes worth of Boston by father works construction. My mother is a hospice nurse, and can you sort of paint a picture of your childhood, generally? But also specifically where you might have been what you might have been like in eighth grade or self. Interior broom closet. No. Yeah. I mean, I pretty basic sort of childhood. I don't know. I think it was pretty nothing to particular sports play sports a lot as a kid that little bit of theater where you very tall. Even then. No, I was much shorter. I started small, and then I got gradually taller, but I actually wasn't like at eight grade. I wasn't actually even particularly tall. I'm six six six seven and this is actually need with stunted growth because I didn't hit puberty for a while. I was supposed to be like six ten or six eleven. Yes. Thank god. But eighth grade I was sort of average and then like Zoff more in high school. I grew seven inches. I had stretch marks on my spine from growing so quickly. Yeah. But it was like, it's pretty basic. And even eighth grade wasn't even like a seminal time for me. It wasn't like stressful. What software highschool is more. What I started stressing out, but eighth grade is kind of sick. Yeah. We didn't get to go to DC like. Like, all other kids, all the other grades before me the first year that didn't do the class trip to DC. Why did you not get to go? I don't. 'cause like why were you sending eighth graders? Do. Do like eighth grade trips that feels extreme feels like way too young for an entire class of people to go to somewhere else, not even people but children, that's the thing. Like when I was in schools going back to these schools to shoot the movie the thing that struck me the most was like, oh my God. You do the kids realize how much they outnumber the adults. Like, you can't believe that orders maintained. When you go back as an adult. I guess when you're a kid you just like believe in the system enough to work but going back to the dolphin like thorough like twelve adults in a thousand kids here or there were like three adults in this room. And.

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"scott feinberg" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"scott feinberg" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Hi, everyone and thank you for tuning into the two hundred sixtieth episode of awards cheddar the Hollywood reporter's awards podcasts, which is now. But one of four podcast that comprise the Hollywood reporter's podcast network. The others being it happened in Hollywood behind the screen and TV's top five. I'm the host Scott Feinberg, and my guest today is one of the greatest actresses of her generation with a resume that includes five nominations for kademi awards nine for Golden Globe awards. Two of which resulted in wins six for sag awards and eleven for critics choice awards three of which resulted in wins. She has given stand up performances in almost every one of the last fifteen plus years in projects like two thousand two's catch me if you can two thousand five June bug two thousand seven's and chanted and Charlie Wilson's war. Two thousand eight doubt two thousand nine Julian. Julia two thousand ten the fighter two thousand twelve the master two thousand thirteen her and American hustle two thousand fourteen big is. Is two thousand sixteen arrival end nocturnal animals in two thousand eighteen she shined into more projects as Camille precursor self sabotaging journalist investigating mysterious murder in the H B O ate part limited series sharp objects on which he was also an executive producer and for which she was nominated for a Golden Globe, and is nominated for critics choice and sag awards, and as Lynne Cheney the former first lady of the United States in the Adam McKay film drama, vice for which she was nominated for a Golden Globe, and is nominated for critics choice sag and BAFTA awards with another Oscar nomination, and maybe even her first Oscar likely right around the corner, the great Amy Adams over the course of our conversation at the offices of the Hollywood reporter, the forty four year old, and I discussed how years of work in dinner theatre led to her first film opportunities how her subsequent career has come in phases with people typecasting her as one thing such as innocence for a few years after. What she has managed to break into different phases. Thanks, the imagination of directors including David Russell, Paul, Tom, Sanderson, spike Jones. Tim Burton and Denise Villneuve how she has managed to. So thoroughly invest herself in her parts, body and soul while guarding against letting her work, which is often dark bleed into her life plus much more. So without further ado, let's go to that conversation. Everything so much for joining us great to have you and I have to just quickly. No because it's kind of a rare opportunity to drop a fact like this the first time, I did a long form interview with you like this. I looked it up was thirteen years ago and three days ago. I was in a dorm room at Brandeis university had started a website about the Oscar stuff you were. It was the beginning of people starting to have sort of awards interest in you for June bug, and I listened back to it. And I mentioned to you a few weeks ago. I think in San Francisco that the weirdest part about it was that at that time. I still trust that I'm db as a primary source and my first question to you based on IMDB was I understand that your real name is not Amy Adams. And there was this long pause. And you were very nice about. And you said it's not. Because I am I think it was like a mad at Jessica out of their something. But I learned that lesson and I also have loved following the last thirteen years. So thank you for giving me a second chance to get it. Right. This time on this one. We really started the beginning. So I want to just ask you where you were born and raised in what your folks that limit. I was born in Vicenza Italy raised primarily in Colorado. My dad was in the army that's the overseas birth, and when he came out of the service worked in hospitals managing medical units. And my mother is sort of like the Queen of the odd job she sort of now settled into being a masseuse bet she has done everything from deliver newspapers to coach gymnastics to bodybuild, she's very transient in our career choices..

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"scott feinberg" Discussed on Pop Shop

Pop Shop

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"scott feinberg" Discussed on Pop Shop

"Which of course, includes the twenty nine hundred Golden Globes, they kicked off this year's award season with its broadcasts on Sunday night. Keep the watch. No. Oh, okay. Well, then I'll tell you about it. I wasn't. I wasn't in this country. I was in London still they didn't play. They don't play them on then or what time would have been like a five hour difference. So I was asleep. Yeah. I think. Okay. Okay. I'm sorry. But I I've heard about some of the, you know, popping surprise highlights. Yes. So we thought we talked about some of the key music and music adjacent wins the first being that bohemian rhapsody won best motion picture drama and Rami Malik won for best actor emotion picture drama for his portrayal of Queen frontman. Freddie. Mercury. According to the. Oscar allergists and award soothsayers follow like gold derby. And even you know, Scott Feinberg off the Hollywood reporter bohemian rhapsody winning for best motion picture drama was a surprise. I guess Rami. Malik was kind of maybe possible less of a surprise. But evidently, the movie winning like, whoa. Well, if anyone pays attention to movie critics the New York Times LA times cetera did not necessarily give glowing reviews to this movie. Most of the reviews weren't bad. It wasn't saying it was a bad movie as more that it was a really basic movie, you know, kind of paint by numbers music bio-pic. But I know people who've seen this movie multiple times like go back to the theater to see it because they were so blown away by the concert scenes and Romney's performance of Freddie, and just said what a fantastic rewatch -able movie it is. So it's like the critics might not have necessarily agree with audiences on this one and the Golden Globes typically favors, the more audience friendly things than the Oscars. So. We might not see this win best picture next month. When I say, my I feel like we won't. But I mean, I say that now and watch me my words in February. But yeah, so, but it one here and everyone was very excited, and it was not without scandal..

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"scott feinberg" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"scott feinberg" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Hi, everyone and thank you for tuning into the two hundred fifty eighth episode of awards chatter. The Hollywood reporter's awards podcast, which is now but one of four pi cast that comprise the Hollywood reporter's podcast network. The others being it happened in Hollywood behind the screen and TV's top five. I'm the host Scott Feinberg, and my guest today is a filmmaker from Mexico who is not only one of the key figures of new Mexican cinema. But also one of the most accomplished at admired filmmakers in the world. The director of nineteen ninety-five a little Princess nineteen ninety eighth grade expectations two thousand one's e to mama tambien two thousand four Harry Potter and the prisoner of azkaban two thousand six children of men two thousand thirteen gravity for which he won the best director Oscar and two thousand eighteen Roma a black and white Spanish-language. Masterpiece inspired by his own childhood and the women who raised him which he also wrote produced shot and edited, and which is now poised to become Netflix. I best picture Oscar nominee and to. Tell him to his second best director Oscar in just six years, the great Alphonso quorum over the course of our conversation on the Raleigh studios in Hollywood. The fifty seven year old, and I discussed all of the above plus much more, including why he was kicked out of film school how he gamble del Toro. Alejandro Gonzales in Yari to became the three amigos and manual Chievo Lubetzky became an essence honorary fourth how nine eleven influence the direction of his career why he makes films spanning such a wide range of John rose and scales. How he feels about Netflix, and it's move into the exhibition, and what is thoughts are on? The man who said Mexico is quote, not sending their best close quote to America, Donald Trump. So without further ado, let's go to that conversation. Thanks for doing this for she ate it for you. So always just begin with a few basics where were you born and raised in? What did your folks do for a living? Always that kind of their view. I feel like I've been taken to the police. That's. Are you a Cup? They cannot tell you. Yes. Or no. My name is quite on. I was born in Mexico City in sixty one and your folks. I mean, we get a sense of it because Rome of courses largely autobiographical, but just for somebody who hasn't seen it yet. What did your parents do my that was physician he was a doctorate in especially coal nuclear medicine on my mom was by profession. She was by Kaime east. But in the field to see her transition of dropping that. And you've said in interview with my colleague Steven galley once that she became a witch. Well, yeah. Because you know, shoes chemist far, Michael. Yeah. After that after the Vince of the film yourself through she did a master in in philosophy. And then it was kind of the blend of the two things that I guess between philosophy and biochemistry that is she regained which for you. It sounds like the from what I was able to read the key thing in realizing that you wanted to be a director shirt partly going to movies and going I read your trying to check off every theater in Mexico City. But also seeing the making of documentaries of certain films is that when you sort of I realized that there was a director behind the movies that you loved. Yes HALE was knew that there was direct. But it was kind of all of your, you know, your key. Then you play if we're we're planes soldiers. I was with my cousins, and they were, you know, everybody make believe playing that. You're you're a soldier in the war. But in my head that was playing a movie a war movie, you know, and sometimes I even tried to stace things where it was very annoying for my cousins. But the the role of the director was very abstracted in the difference between the writer, the actor director nowadays, you have all these behind the scenes those days it was. It was very random for you to see those that stuff. It was not. It was not very often a nice, oh one documentary of the making of Butch Cassidy and Sundance keep anything think it came right at the time of the release of the film that was relation because there was George or healed talking about his craft. And I was like, whoa..

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Oscar Best Actress predictions 2019

Little Gold Men

03:07 min | 4 years ago

Oscar Best Actress predictions 2019

"But the QNA I did was with Peter hedges the writer and director of Ben is back, which I think we we spoke about after Toronto, which is a movie about the opioid crisis in in particular, one family, dealing with it Lucas hedges. Peter's son plays the afflicted kid where Julia Roberts place, his mom. The movie went over a treat at the festival and Julia was not there. But people I spoke to were very high on her and the movie and its timeliness. And I think it's interesting to talk to people like the vote like the people at Middleburg because I don't think that they're academy voters, although I did talk to some producers and film, you know, people who are who could be, but they represent something of a similar demographic socio-economically, age wise. I think that their passion for that movie. For me moves. Julia Roberts more into the kind of like theoretical five. Yeah. Well. And not to promote a competitor here. But Scott Feinberg does keep a very good list of you know, who's who's in the mix and he's got Julia in his five front runners with Glenn Close Levy Coleman lady Gaga and you'll eats a operates. Yo I mean, it's not a bad list. There's a lot of other great performances, but that doesn't sound right. I wanted to ask you guys the Glenn Close narrative because I know it's something that we've been talking about for a while. But I just I'm curious where exactly this is popping from because her film wasn't exactly like in the heat of the festival circuit. So where where's this glencoe close noise coming from? How did I miss? It will something that I took note of is. We are just entering screener season. Where movies are getting sent out to people. So they can watch at home and don't have to drag themselves to whatever Rb. Gee, I think was the really the first screener that went out, but the second one was the wife, which you know, is the Glenn Close movie, and so they're they're it's in people's consciousness. The other thing is she's winning the big award. Santa Barbara film festival which I believe, you know, later this year or early next year. Globes somewhere in that range. Right. Yeah. Yeah. So like, that's the thing that that's a sign that the industry is keeping that performance in mind. So for whatever reason in premiered at Toronto over a year ago, and then had a kind of quiet

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