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"stanley tucci" Discussed on Fresh Air
"The year was 1963. Julia Child had co authored a cookbook two years earlier called mastering the art of French cooking. An achievement that was dramatized in the delightful 2009 movie, Julie and Julia. That film starred Meryl Streep as Julia Child and Stanley Tucci as her loving and supportive husband, Paul..
"stanley tucci" Discussed on 5 Questions with Dan Schawbel
"You're listening to the podcast. I'm your host. Dan shaw bell in fewer than ten minutes goes to extract bassett. In the world's smartest ammos interesting people might ask them just five questions. My guest today is actor. Writer and producer stanley. Tucci see only as directed by films and appeared in over seventy including the devil risk product and road to perdition as well as more than a dozen plays on and off broadway. He starred in julie and julia opposite meryl streep and the lovely bones for which he earned his first academy award nomination for best supporting actor he is the winner of two golden globes and two. Emmys his foodie. Tv show stanley tucci searching for italy recently aired on. Cbs in his emmy nominated talk about his life journey overcoming setbacks and his new book taste my life through food during this podcast episode stanley. Welcome to five questions. thank you thanks for. What role did your family play in your pursuit as an actor. My family has a great sense of humor. And i think that's one of the key things to being performer. They also enjoyed music now. I'm not necessarily musical person but my dad playing guitar uncles and aunt singing old italian songs. There's of course the performance aspect of that of that. i loved. yeah that's really important having a family that encourages you especially in a field. Where most people don't succeed especially at the highest level and then just listen to music and be around the arts at a young age. Even you received an emmy nomination here breakout role in murder one. How are you able to recover from the show being canceled. You just move on. Well here's the thing. The show wasn't canceled after that my character died so there was nothing i could do. The show did run another year with anthony. The paalea taking over for daniel bhansali but my character was gone anyway so i had nothing to recover from really accept death. I guess i wonder though because your character is no longer on the show. Like i wonder if that was challenging to to decide what to do next. That was the year that big night came out. So i was made big night after we made the pilot for murder one and then the pilot picked up. We got the money for big night. We made big night. And then i commuted when i started shooting murder one at that point when the show was over big night had come out and things had changed significantly for me i was able to start directing my own stuff and all that so so that was kind nice. This episode is sponsored by workplace from facebook. People being people. We can't help but make our work more personal and more human whether that's brings something from our personal life into our work life like quirky mugs or family photos or maybe little acts of kindness to colleagues whatever you bring to work to help you. Be you workplace celebrates it. They're easy to use features. Make work feel more familiar as well as help. Everyone worked together. A new ways visit workplace dot com slash human discover more workplace from facebook. Make your place of work a great place to work. Where did your passion for food originally come from. And how were you able to incorporate it into your tv. Career came from my parents and my family both sides. Because there's you know she great cooks. Italian families really great amount of importance on food and then incorporating it really was with big night that my interest in food group but also the people's interest in people really loved the movie and so i became known for somebody like i became known as a foodie and then it just has grown ever since that was twenty five years ago. It's great to be able to marry two things that you really care about into a career. There aren't that many people who have done in the way that you have. You have read that. You sat with your family and the dining room table. And not with specialties. So it's food acting family. Everything kind of being connected. Yeah and it's nice to be able to have that your life but then to be able to share it like you say with other people through your profession that's very satisfying definitely and how recent health struggles impacted your life and career trajectory. They certainly in some ways slowed me down but in some ways sped me up and may make me want to achieve more. Yeah it's been very hard. It's still it's still difficult. I still get more tired than i used to. But that's probably just. Because i'm older but i still can't eat certain things so it is still a bit of a struggle but luckily knock wood. I might say okay. That's where i'm sure all your fans and your family. Of course her her happy that you're doing much better now and of course as you move and think about your life life is short and anything can happen and so you can make better decisions about where you're spending your time who you're spending it with what roles to take on and so. I think that that does have a huge impact. I find that a lot of people. I've interviewed over the years. They have these moments whether it's health or family members not doing well either where they're like wild the short. I'm mortal. i better do something with the time that i have left. Yeah it's true it's true you want to get as much at a life as possible and have a good time and make a lot of friends absolutely. Yeah that's my parents. Philosophy is no matter how old you are. You should still make new friends. And what's your best piece of career. Advice always go beyond. what's comfortable. do you mind explaining that. Well that was something. That was said to me. But my acting teacher when i was at school and i love that because he was right so just when you think oh i've got it or oh that's okay. I'll just sit here for around. Just you know or amount really need to explore that part of it. Are you doing that because you're uncomfortable. In most likely the question is yes and if the question is yes than do need to go beyond was comfortable and whatever that is for you not just in your career but in your life. What is it that. I need to learn today. What is it that makes me uncomfortable. And i need to figure out a way to go beyond the thank you so much for sharing your.
"stanley tucci" Discussed on Jungle Brothers Strength & Movement
"You know you have whatever you Talion restaurant posture is the premium. Like you eight dot first. Then if you've got rid of you crack until like this the the steak'll whatever the next coast is I was definitely breaking rules. When i was in italy as well. Like mixing foods shouldn't have been made aiding july way too early in the day. It was kind of funny funny to say that but certainly in terms of the cultural rules. I think it means that people don't really have to make You don't have to scrutinize and make decision. Everything they're eating. Yeah makes sense. It makes me think of a film big not. Have you ever seen that movie. You must watch it. Hey one if there's one thing that you do as a result of this show having watched big night and for anyone who's who's listening to one of my top ten films of all time. I think it was made in the ninety s stanley tucci stanley tucci yet dossier human and his brother. He's probably by tony shalhoub. They play at the two italian boys. And they've both come over to america. And i think it's in the sixties and they're trying to make it in america and set up a restaurant and stanley tucci. The front of house guy and tony. Shalhoub is the chef and tarnished the older brother. He's come over a bit lighter. And he's much less americanized than stanley. Tucci in the whole film is about basically they clash with the american culture. It summed up in like a sane where the no one comes to their restaurant. Everyone goes to the busy place across the road. That's like more of a club. Run by some other talion guy but they find they get a couple of customers in. And it's this american couple online night order a bunch of dishes and the shifts already appalled by them because they've ordered like multiple different things at the same time and he's made them this rosado and they commenting on how small this ball of rises and they ask for side of spaghetti and meatballs. And he's like we don't do spaghetti and maples. And you're like what are you may need undo spaghetti meatballs and the brothers like just make him the fucking spaghetti bowl but you say it and i say play out where it's like someone is so someone had. Here's so much to their culture into the belay surround the food and then there's some western it's like. Nah fuck them one. Whenever i want it. It's it's it's a funny thing to say player. And i i think i'm kinda takes me to another point that you made you made me think of which is the traditional food cultures of these places have this way of maintaining some kind of health innocence. We're but as soon as you add affluence or as soon as you add affluence.
"stanley tucci" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"V program. Follow us on Twitter at D. J. V show. Why not? Well, J. You can do that. I don't have to be the big announcement. Yeah. Facebook Instagram D J V show and you can hit us up on the website D j v show dot com. What were we talking about? After the last episode. Now, when it came into my mind went out of my mind somebody we're going to talk about Stanley Tucci. Ah, right, and he had He's um he has a cancer on his tongue. That apparently has been treated for for three years and he can't It's so big. They can't take it off. No, no, he's over comments. So he revealed battle battle the cancer Three years ago. It was at the base of his tongue and too big to operate on, so they didn't doses of radiation and to remove it. What are you saying? Under your breath, Victoria. I'm just wondering like how you got to. They can't remove it. It's so large tongue and Jason now he already overcame it, but he didn't know they didn't remove it. Did they J. They couldn't remove it by operation. But high doses of radiation and chemo removed it. And so he is cancer free. And now he had lost his feeling great. I was going to say, How does he taste all that amazing Italian food on his travels? Show? Poor guy. Yeah. He's delightful, though I love well, Yeah, he he lost his first wife, Kate to G to breast cancer in 2000 and nine They share three kids and then two kids from Kate's previous marriage. And so this was a big ordeal, especially for the kids that he shares with Kate. And then he has two more kids with his current wife, Felicity. Blunt, who is Emily Blunt's sister. Oh, Yeah, that that and John Krasinski, your brothers in law. Yeah, Exactly. They actually bet at shots of dinner tables. Love wedding. Yeah, That'd be fun. Definitely. Where did they BJ Emily Blunt's and junkers. Excuse wedding. There we go. Okay, So I want to go back for just a second and underscore something that I'm sure Victoria will take a shot at me for but Um, I said to Jay, when we're talking about this off the air. There's a British actor whose name I can never remember about who is comparable in looks to Stanley Tucci. And he usually plays Harry, but he's got a heavy British accent. I think it's hard for him to lose. But if you look at him, you think they're twin brothers and his name J is Mark strong, right? And so how did Victoria tried to discredit me on this? No, I didn't. I said this was a very good one. Because normally and Jen, you're here now to back me up. Normally, you're like I always get. Uh We're jelly caring, and Kelly Clarkson mixed up and you're like, Okay, There's no similarity whatsoever. But in this instance these to look exactly alike. So you were right. Definitely celebrity. Wait a minute. Until you get a recording of that In this case, you are correct. You've really been good today. All day long. You've been really nailing it. I have been okay. Did we talk about Howie Mandel already? And his mental We did depression. Yeah. Is there something new? Well, I don't know. I think I was thinking about it during the course. The last conversation and sometimes I remember whether John the year off here. Howie Mandel, I think is very likable guy. Apparently, he's got a lot of demons, though that, um, he doesn't. He hasn't. Well, he's now being honest about it because he's got an HP making a few bucks. During an HBO special right back, Yes, streaming out streaming on Peacock, which is owned by NBC, but he's been It's been pretty well known that he is a big germophobe, and it got to a point where he almost lost his marriage because his wife was like this is getting too much like you get therapy or I'm gone. And so he went, got therapy and then during the whole shutdown with the pandemic, it was just very isolating and You have the you take a germophobe and put a pandemic. That's a lot and then he's dealing with depression. And he was saying that one silver lining coming from all of this is the newfound awareness that getting help for mental struggles is actually a good thing. It's not something to be ashamed of. No, And that's something that I'm strongly in favor of It. Had these conversations on the air many many times about how having a doctor for your head Is the same or it's as important as having a doctor for your body. And if you have everybody's got times in their lives when they have brain adjustment necessary Just like you. Have you get a bad cold, So you get you know you've got a head cold in a manner of speaking. So I'm good for him for coming out and telling the story 28 after the hour. There's nothing better than slipping into bed with soft, comfortable shades. At the end of a long day. Now, my pillow why'd you to sleep even better, and they're Giza Dream sheets. Made from the world's best cotton grown in a small area of the Mediterranean made into a fabric.
"stanley tucci" Discussed on Life Transformation Radio
"Others? And that's so you and it's so amazing. And the, even Stanley Stanley of me off, Looks like Stanley Tucci haven't seen him? If you're not watching this on, you know, the video side of it is, it is kind of funny. And I'm, I'm done. Like, hooked on Stanley, Tucci and what he does in Italy and these shows Sal. Super funny. Love him, love him. I was embarrassed. I didn't. I'm like I know that name and then I'm like, I love him. Yeah, I'm just great. So just kind of an inside joke that I am. But I want to, I want to say one thing, and you've mentioned it. Now a couple of times with the three H's. Yeah. All right. And the three h is, is something that I came up with years ago and it's the heart to the head, to the higher self. And I really believe that this is, you know, we talked about like the hidden secret that people think, okay? You know, I've got all the steps I'm going to be able to do this. I can manifest anything. I can, you know, I can have this, you know, lifestyle that I want. I can, I can love love, I love my job. I love love love and it's all dead. Not going to work. Unless you have the Three Ages working, you have to have that connection with the heart, you have to have the connection with your head and I'm not talking about the prefrontal cortex. The stuff that we thinking, daily only 5% of all of your habits come from that frontal thinking brain. Everything else is subconscious, right? That's where you have to really understand what's going on below the surface and then the higher self universal truth, Universal principles that it's not woohoo. It's who knew how powerful this could really be. Yeah, who knew and if you're not leveraging those and you're just being reactive to it or even passive to it, you are missing out on something that is a gift to each and every one of us. Yeah, you talk about the law of attraction, you talk about the law of reflection, you talk about the law of cause and effect. I mean I could go on and on how do you spell Leverage those laws, those truths within your business with in your life, within your relationships and in your intro, you talk about, you know, all of these different areas of your life will win. One of them is not working, quite right? There's a reason. Absolutely, it's going on on the inside of the direct reflection of what you have in your bank account, what you have in your relationship with your business. And you gotta start somewhere and, you know, the easiest thing I can say, is start with the three H's start, their my gosh, if you just start there and you don't do anything else, you will, you'll be amazed you talk about in the intro, you know, prepare to engage right? Relaunch is about engaging. I love relaunch is about the steps to engage, it's so important, you know. Your life is your life because of every decision that you've made, and that's it. That's there's no story to that. That's what happened wage. That's it. So if you don't like your life, the way it is right now then choose to live your life differently. It's it's really that simple. You choose, it is faith, that it's something. How do I get? That won't work for me and it's like, all right, if I were to say, do you have an option? If you were to say point or point B, exactly would choose. Which one you want to go to? Exactly left or right? And you decide right? Right. It's it's yes or no. And that goes back to the law of polarity. Wherever there's one thing happening down, there is the opposite. So if you have something going on in your life, there is the opposite out there that you can also leaned into. You can also log, Absolutely. Go to the point where that's what you actually create by your choice, by your decisions, by your beliefs, by your feelings, your emotions. All of it, I always loved that that that conversation, that talks about, like, you know, you're only as good as the questions that you asked. Yeah. And when you think about that, you can only ask questions that are at your identity level. And what I mean by that is you are, your identity is mapping with your belief system and you will continue to give yourself back the answers that keep you exactly where you are. So if you want to break free, if you want to move from and and by the way, when I say this, I want you to understand that there was a point in my life and exactly what I did. Not. Yeah, I wasn't there, I didn't like wage. Myself. And so for me to hear from some of the Masters in the gurus out there, love your life, love your business, love, love love, I'm Mike, that's BS. I can't even get to the point where I like me, right? And I didn't feel very good about me. So I had the first get to like so that I could get to love. Yeah, it's so important. A big that's you know, that just leaned into town, remember, I mean now with Olympics, it's okay to not be. Okay. Yeah, that's the first step is like it's okay to not like yourself right now. I got it. But yeah, you don't want to stay there or you don't want to stay there. You want to, you want to get to that next place and it's 100% possible. Yeah, as long as you lean into one, that you were even saying and you take responsibility for the next chapter absolute life and it's a blank canvas and it's not the blame your life like.
"stanley tucci" Discussed on The Bible Binge
"That way. My favorite is no good him just doing crusty old guy is the perfect manifestation of like what you want out of that role in her. You cast so. He's so good creative. Tommy lee jones is. He has been that age his entire. It's the weirdest thing he's always been sixty five rudd whoever's yeah he might have walked off the set of no control men and just done this role and there's like no inbetween for you know for low key stanley tucci effort. We've talked around him and obviously we're all kind of loving him and his performance. I think He does i think has functioned. The first artist movie is so important. Because there's never really the marriage of like the the ceremony and seriousness of the war but also the heart of like what they're trying to do here and we'd get that on the the nazi side with like the red skull of like but but it's it's corrupt it. Right is his evil terrible thing that they're trying to use to empower themselves. Stanley tucci is really. The only person in steve's live to be like they're you know he's he seeing the bigger picture of like. We can't put a bully in this superpower role. We have to put someone who's authentically good and i think for him that's the first manifestation of heart in this movie and he does it so well but i do want to ding in some ding him. Some points because i think this him in this role He has fooled at at the was showing how he's fooled. So many dudes and being like i'm kind of going balding i should shave it all off. And i'll look amazing ca stanley to. She looks amazing but like he has the the the face of greek god right like. It's just like poetic and nice and in unassuming and unthreatening and most people probably end up looking like stanley tucci in this movie with scraggly hair and just like the unkempt. Disheveled looks. I i do think points offer that okay kendra. What is something in this movie that you know. It's not meant to be sacred. It's not overtly sacred. That's not like obvious or anything like that. But when you're looking at this movie lens trying to do here that you do see it as like faith adjacent. So when steve is in the machine and he's getting injected to become captain america. I had this like wash over me of like wait. Is that kind of like the holy spirit. That like makes who we are more and better. Yeah like it was big pectoral muscles as roma's yeah Contrasted with when he stands in front of that Soldier picture was like a mirror. Saying where you you know like you stick your head through the corncob and the the big wooden corncob an affair and And it was like a so a picture of a soldier and he didn't quite fit it and it was a really interesting contrast to me because it felt like. That's what i often will do is try to fit myself into what i think. A person of faith should look like don't fit. You're not quite tall enough..
"stanley tucci" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast
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Stanley Tucci on Julia Child and the making of Julie & Julia
"How the roles. Paul child come to you. We'll show. I was at a friend's christmas party. Our friend of maryland A friend was natasha richardson. She passed away. And but if you wanna talk about a great cook that she was an amazing but so we were at her her annual christmas party and said would you like to plan paul child in this william gonna make nor about junior child and i said no are you getting. I said yes. I have to to say no search and laura also. I loved julia child. In fact i wrote a book. No i didn't. I was asked to go was invited to her birthday. Ninetieth birthday or something. I couldn't go. And so that i can go but i remember watching when i was a kid with my mom. My mom was a huge fan of hers and so she's such an inspiration for me. She along with them. Insist that wonderful british air on heath on give Those two were just the most brilliant Tv cooks you know. Then were incredible. Anyway i i i just loved julia child force marilyn nora and we ended up doing it about a year later. You know you mentioned your ninetieth. Birthday ocean remember her being on larry king for her ninetieth birthday. And he says so julia. What's the secret of life to you of of your long life. And she said well. I have lots of different things in very small quantities. I have a very good time. We only right that she was absolutely right. She knew how to do it.
"stanley tucci" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"On. That's the unmistakable sound of ice in a roadie cup. Could you imagine inventing the roadie cup? Oh, Jesus Christ. When you watch it, try not to look at tucci's tight pants, what you're obviously hiding a hammer behind the zipper. I'm not kidding. This guy wants everyone to know he's hung, okay? And I know he's home because I saw his cock and I'll tell you how. Well, I'll tell you who else knows. 80 falcon knows, okay? Carmela soprano, as well as, you know, well, she's also a nurse Jackie. So I should just call it. But she's really carmella. Either way, she and Stanley Tucci start in a Broadway play called Frankie and Johnny of the Clair de lune. In 2002, at the time, tucci's married had two kids, but every night he and Edie Falco were performed this play nude fully nude. No nylon stockings, no cock socks. No merchants nude. So it was the hottest ticket in town because you just knew these two are fucking come on. Family are not. Married or not, this is too hot. When I saw it, I couldn't believe it. I happened to also know that falco had a crush on Stanley Tucci going back to college. The year she began to go to Sunni purchase, which is an upstate college upstate New York college. That's the two she'd already graduated. So he was like four years ahead of her. Or maybe two, but he was advanced in his schooling. What have you? And once he left college, he was getting steady work on stage in New York. So there were posters of Stanley Tucci all over SUNY purchase as if the show looked. This local kid made good. And for actresses and training, like 80 falconer girlfriends, they all looked up to his picturesque, we can make it too. And they all had a crush on. Fast forward to 2002, she's in bed with him on stage, fully nude, and they got it on. And she liked to say, you know, oh, I trust Stanley implicitly. He's in love with his wife. He's got a family, so it's not as weird as you might think it is, except it was. And at some point, things shifted. Things popped up. Falcon two, she began attending some events together and it seemed obvious that tucci had left his wife of 7 years whose name was Kate. And these two two G and falco had a torrid affair for two years. He left his wife, then they ended it and he went back to his wife and she took him back in. And that his wife died a few years later. The same year he was nominated for an Oscar. And I always wonder, they say that that kind of stress, you know, down the line can lead to cancer..
"stanley tucci" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"It's almost like you're wiping your own ass. You know what I mean? That's probably the one predicament in life. You've never won somebody to see you do. I feel the same way about picking up dog shit in public. But here's the question I pose. That the dog does your business in the first ten minutes of the wall, or even earlier. And that dog wants to still walk a good half model. You got now this bag of shit in your hands. Do you drop the in somebody else's garbage that's out on the street waiting to be picked up? Or do you keep it in your hand where you hold the leash? Thereby letting everybody see, hey, there's a guy with shit in his hand in his bag. You know, it's a quandary. I don't know if there's a right answer. I've definitely dumped it. And other people's garbage, but I've always thought they're looking at me and they're going to come out going, hey, take your shit out of my shit. What's their completely entitled to do? What if the back had holes in it? What if it was a messy affair? And then there can would smell like my dog's ass for a while. I get what they're coming from. But they also have to understand where I'm coming from. I can't afford to walk around with a bag of shit in my hands for a few blocks. Well, I don't know if you saw anything, but I think we brought up a very important topic that not enough people talk about. Listen, I want you all to watch Stanley Tucci searching for Italy. It was on late Sunday Night. The last episode of the 6 that CNN ordered, which is his little trial to be their next Anthony Bourdain, and it's really wonderful to see and hear Stanley to achieve visit Sicily. That was the 6th episode. He did Naples, Milano, Tuscany. I said, Milan, I want a douchebag. I met Milan. 'cause I just saw this show when I'm still doing that a whole Italian thing. We went to Milano, shot the fuck out. You went to Milan. You didn't go to fit in. You went to Florence. I don't want to go into those assholes. But the last episode he's in Sicily. And this has something to do with my Patreon show that I want you all to get involved with because I'm doing a new series on Italian American immigration. At the turn of the century, and I think you should listen to it. But he's in Sicily and he's searching out the many people who cook exquisite food or he actually met an actual princess who lives in his grand castle, she married into the family, what a crazy life. You see her walk through these doors. The doors are like 14 foot high, 6 foot wide, massive doors, this little old lady, and that was also a sadness to the show, because at one point he had to illustrate how the refugee crisis has changed Sicily. And many other countries and around the globe. Hold on, I need a sip of water. And I love last night's episode because I'd already taped the first episode of my Italian American experience Sunday morning. And I wasn't expecting Stanley Tucci to bring up the whole immigration thing, but he did. He was on this tiny island. I mean, he spent time in Sicily, which is Palermo is a major major hub Catania he spent time in. I did 20 years ago, beautiful place. That's a major hub for people that come from different countries..
"stanley tucci" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"A fan of Stanley Tucci, his next Oh, yeah, I was watching last night. And this is the second episode and this one featured the Rome area and in each region has a name and it was the name for the Rome area. So these within al, I think, but every one of them is unique and different. And this one talked about the fact that pork is a big part of the culinary tastes there because And they're in Roman days. Pigs res easier to maintain. They took less space. So they everything was related. The pork and the dishes feature that and how you watch his thing In your salivating? It comes on at eight o'clock tonight that you're not. I don't even need a clock at night. So I'm thinking, man, I'm gonna be thinking about that, for like 24 hours. It's a good short on CNN every Sunday night. I think they tried out a new episode. Then, if you if you log in living earlier, seven o'clock, do you see the previous week's also hungry all over, I learned. I learned that last night he was doing pizza last weekend and a little boy. Yeah. So simple. All that's what's so simple. Yeah, that's the thing you've traveled overseas. They don't mess around a lot. They just get to the basic heart of these recipes, and they make it in the taste. Amazing in the bread's always better because they don't dilute it with other nonsense. Russian Simple Yeah, exactly. Farm that what is that farm to table? Yeah, like that. Yeah. Why don't we do more of that, Anyway? We're talking about food. How about that? And on Monday you must be hungry. I'm hungry. I could eat the scales off a cart right now. Yeah. Granola bar. Just not the way you want to start your day, Which is what I had already 8 30 from WTMJ breaking news center Jane Matt near his team a shocking milestone in the battle against Kobe 19, the U. S set to see five million deaths from the virus. That works out to about one of every 656 Americans dying from the disease here in Wisconsin, No newly reported deaths from coed for the first time since late September. Wisconsin Health Department says the 403 new cases recorded Sunday, the lowest single day total since late June. Hospitals across the South is still grappling with water shortages as the region tries.
"stanley tucci" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"93.9 FM and AM a 20 coming up. NPR's Michele Martin speaks with Stanley Tucci about love loss and his new movie that story in just about a minute here on W N. Y C. Possible blizzard with lashing wind gusts and snowfall up to 10 inches is expected to hit the New York City area late Sunday night. The snow is expected to begin sometime between 10 P.m. on Sunday and around 1 A.m. on Monday and last through most of Monday. Little snow accumulations expected between six and nine inches, and those wind gusts could get his highest 45 MPH. Take a look at our weather for tonight. However, mostly clear skies with love around 19 degrees. Mostly cloudy for Sunday with behind your 30 and again Sunday night is when those heavy winds and also the snow is expected to come through our area. Right now we are looking at relatively clear skies. It is 31 degrees. This is W. N. Y. C at 5 40. Oh, on the next on being the revelatory way of seeing the world of ornithologist Drew Lanham. Joy in part is the justice we give ourselves And I think joy must be something that no one can take from you. I'm Krista Tippett join us tomorrow morning at seven on 93.9 FM w N Y C. W N. Y C supporters include Geico celebrating over 75 years of providing auto insurance for drivers across America. More information on.
"stanley tucci" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Don't get caught. How is that a fact that many years later as well? See what the Denzel character and then the Washington always really great, right? Yeah, he's stable, able when it comes to their roles that he takes on. He's so great company coming. It's stuff. How many ticket stubs for that 10? Yeah, four out of five tickets tops. I mean, it's not over the original like it's not. It's great, like seven or the silence of the Lambs, but it's kind of in that vein. All right. Awesome. Okay, And you've got one more first this week. Yeah, it's called Super. No, but it's now in theaters will be available to rent digitally, February 16, Sir Stanley Tucci and calling first, Um as they are a couple and we learn the family to cheese character is has been good diagnosed with early onset dementia, so they're kind of going on this kind of last. Road trip together to visit family and friends before he really slips away. Okay, This one's gonna be a sad one. It is sad. I mean, it is it's It's not as like, morose or depressing is it really could've been. It's 94 minutes and what I love about it's unseemly teaching calling for us. Our good friends realized. So like Do you see that chemistry on screen, and it's kind of about, you know, celebrating what life was like who we are, who were kind of a coming and all the little things and it's It is funny, too. Like you there is that laughter through tears, emotions get throughout this movie and calling first. Elocution. Such a dream of para together in Stanley Tucci in My Painting is one of the best performances of his career to is kind of watched him figure out like I don't know what What's going on right now? Like, Who are you? You know and then college first, like, be that kind of sound heartbreak. It's fantastic and movie about a gay couple where it's not about them being gay. You know, like that. These characters are not stereotypes or cliche. You know, they're not listen to ABBA as they're going down the countryside. That's like, you know, Humanae movies like this are all about them being gay, and you know we get stereotyping. But you guys like these that It's well, it's well named and I got to talk to Stanley Tucci and the directors of all about look atyou, right. That had to be Oh, my God. He was delightful, and you can see all of those interviews on Paul Maguire Grimes YouTube channel Paul's trip to the movies. How many tickets stubs for supernova. 3.5 out of five tickets stops. It's definitely worth a watch, and I like that. It's only 94 minutes. It's nice and short, too. We like nations on the Google that the cinematography was done by Dick Pope. Yeah, Well, look at that. Yeah, it's hard to forget him from the big the Big Oscar. The Big hospital club. Where Mr Turner It's a great Yeah, on I wanna I wanna tease you all my interviews next week with a former Grey's anatomy that but I got to Colleen's gonna be all over you for this..
"stanley tucci" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Life when your dream is died And you have to go forward. So it is comforting for this for these times. Yeah, that is just one of my favorite movies of all time. It's so beautiful. I've never seen it. Dean. Oh, my God. When you get time watch, it's beautiful. It's romantic. It's uh, it reminds you to enjoy every minute of your life. It will make you want to go get a plane ticket today to go to Italy. It's It's so great and their movie let him go, very different kind of movie, but it's undermanned now of people, you know, have some kind this week, and they want to Watch something that that's also a good one to check out. I got about 30 seconds left. So what's in the Stanley Tucci? Cocktail? Well, you know, he famously made the perfect Negroni at the beginning of the pandemic. Video that went viral. Over million people watched the video on now he has created a Christmas Cosmo, which is like a traditional Cosmo, but he puts Pomegranate juice in. It s so it's it's Quantrill, which is the orange LaCour. Vodka. It is cranberry juice, but also pomegranate juice with pomegranate seeds muddled into the shaker glass. Shake that all up with some ice poured into the glass. Happy New Year. Oh, I love that. I wish I could get a million people to watch me drink at home. Now, That would be something I might have something there, and I don't know work on it. I'm pretty entertaining New Year's resolution time. John Dean is always ready to tuck you. We'll talk tomorrow about very good. All right. Time for the news on WGN..
"stanley tucci" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Hi Welcome to season two of bite. This is Tony till auto. Parenting apocalypse it's it's not the same way. You you know how it works any views usually two to four minutes long but sometimes, they can be a little longer. When you when you live long enough all kinds of strange things happen. Very right in saying that the Greek heroes, the original superheroes. In part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision, but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion. Stanley Tucci plays Mr Stringer in the new version of the witches. What drew him to this and also working with director Robert Zemeckis. A lot of things during to the project one. Ruled out I, Love Roll down to the script was great and funny. and. Dark. And then it's Bob's of Meka's who Michael now call Bob and then of course any because I love her and she's great and together. Obviously. and. It was also about. A half hour drive from my house in London so that that help to it was Super Fun but working with him. It was really funny because I had this image that that Bob's Meka's was like years old I don't know why like I just felt like he'd been making movies but he's so young when he start, you know when he started making movies that. He's just amazing. Amazing, it was just it was a great learning experience for me as director. And a joy as an actor. So who exactly is Mr? Stringer. Yeah. Yes. I blend Mr Stringer. Who comes from from sort of Lacono's southern gentlemen. and. is very sort of proper. Does his best to try to keep things in order. During. A turns. Out is becomes incredibly hectic and bizarre? Frightening time in his hotel. This was a reunion with Anne hathaway in the witches they were in the Devil Wears Prada together. It was great. It was so much fun I mean. I love her she's a nice person. She's. A great actress and and it was just. It was just fun at you know when you make a movie, it's like. Every time, it's always like the first school you know when you start a new movie in. No matter how many movies you've made your always a little nervous. You know to walk on New People. But to know that you have somebody there who you know, you have a history with whom you trust and the same with the. Costume designer. Joining Johnson and Peter King hair makeup to to know that you have these people that you. Really. Trust and love that makes big difference. They went with practical sets for this one. How was it i? Loved? It is very exciting to walk onto a set like a real. Hollywood ish said even though you're shooting in. England although England is becoming the new Hollywood. Itself excited. It's exciting I'm fascinated by the. Artistry, of the crafted it. It's something that. I'm very excited about when I direct. I'm very particular about what's what's the set is like the Palette of the set the Palette of the costumes Palette of the film as a whole and and to see you know this kind of artistry. That these guys. Is just. Very exciting. Like when I did the Beauty and the beast and walked onto the set for the first time. I felt like it was about twelve years old. And I had. You know you're seeing A movie. Staggering. Entering why is this story? So timeless role dollars timeless. He's timeless because he's there's the real humanity. They're real darkness there and there's real humor there. And if they don't get old. They can be reinvented and over again in a thousand times in re conceived. The at the heart of them this. Absolutely. Brilliant. Bizarre. Take on humanity and his short stories to this short stories he wrote for adults or just. Brilliant though which is now on Hbo Max Check it.
Kanye West leaves fans concerned
"Tiny west was banned from twitter for a whopping twelve hours for posting private information after the rapper engaged in yet another tweet storm. This since deleted tweet included the phone number of an editor for Forbes magazine and the caption that read quote if any, if my friends want to call a white supremacist, this is the editor of Forbes and then had his phone number. That's wild west also appeared to be West. Appeared to be urinating on one of his grammy's with the caption quote. Trust me I won't stop. And I believe him I believe he will not stop I. DO I trust them I definitely trust him on that one. After deleting twenty on Monday declaring that he would not release any new music until he is released from his contracts with Sony Slash ATV. Music Publishing and Universal Kanye West on Tuesday shared a screen shot of what appeared to be a text message conversation with an unnamed adviser who proposed potential game plans and claimed West West is masters are worth more than Taylor. Swift's which I do not think is true I took a poll on instagram and sixty six percent of you think that Taylor's masters were definitely or are definitely worth a lot more. West who Forbes this year estimated had become a billionaire could by his masters or rerecord them. which was the same. You know thing that approach Taylor swift with and the adviser said, but Taylor's caused three, hundred million yours would cost a lot more. I assume the adviser also referring to Scooter Bronze Twenty Nine Acquisition of the label big machine records from Scott for Chata. West. Could also propose a yeezy media and universal joint venture that is equal but not one sided but West replied that he is quote not open to any form of business with universal or Sony. So Conway is. I don't know if you can hear me like doing this while I'm recording but I'm just and break my finger is in my because I just I guess now my head hurts from all of this, it could just so ridiculous. So Kanye. Is Back at it and Kim. Kardashian is just an absolute saint for putting up with all of this because this really is just. So, Connie makes me really uncomfortable with this holy Jesus thing and calling himself a new Moses or whatever now I'm not. Religious by any means I grew up a Christmas Catholic but I went to Sunday school until I got my first communion. So I know there's like this quote out there somewhere that's like I'm your God in new shot have any other gods besides me in a very loose translation, but with Connie being so religious as he claims. It just totally contradicts himself and what he believes and it makes me just really uncomfortable. The whole Sunday service thing is starting to look much more like a call like it was really cute at first but now it's just looking kind of creepy. The whole yeezy brand is very like Orwellian to me and That makes me uneasy when he walked on water at a Sunday service, it wasn't cool it which is weird and they feel like all of these antics like if of these antics came from anybody else. They would be much more called out on it. But because it's conway. And he's just surrounded by so many like, yes people he's not getting really caught out on it people just like ha-had Connie being crazy again, Kanye Saha. Typical and I'm just getting to the point where I'm just very uncomfortable. I. Don't like I really don't support it and listen at the end of the day I hope that he can find help that he means but this is all starting to be a bit too much for me. I I can't I. Don't know how much more Kim is going to last with all of this. I imagine that Kris Jenner is absolutely horrified like they can't keep making excuses for his behavior or acting like everything is okay. Hey they either need to distance distance themselves from him or like diving completely and acknowledged that he is sick like more than just like a statement like actively. Be An advocate for him as opposed to just being quiet and like sweeping things under the rug. Family matter but it's like you have to pick a side. You just have to especially with the platform that you have. You just need to make a decision but again, that's just my opinion. and. You know in the words of Taylor Swift, you just need to come down. I think his value is going to keep going down with literally everything that he does.
"stanley tucci" Discussed on 790 KABC
"For second I have a question where they gonna do I mean like seriously they say we're not by it we're not bystanders you're literally by scanning you are literally just saying things that is the definition of a bystander I joining the police force to sit to read gender policing and what what what what is it that you are doing lady whose name I don't know and what what is it okay Stanley Tucci neck I know its name because he's yeah I kinda like that stuff they hear Stanley Tucci I will no longer allow an unchecked I'm no longer allow racist hurtful words jokes stereotypes no matter how big or small to the in my breasts I was Romano Hollywood sets nine I mean there's a little bit of a Hollywood set everything it had been a Hollywood set instantly she she's never gonna be it we're never going to allow an unchecked moment on a Hollywood set have you met actors dude have you met and after I live in Hollywood have you met I asked her what in the world yeah sure I believe this until tonight when every snorting cocaine off the back of a hooker I definitely believe that all these these actors are just what the really the most moral saintly lives possible from now until the end of time I mean that clearly it will never allow unchecked moment from now on they they're they're actually gonna go to a monastery where they're gonna take a vow of silence these actors or alternatively just full of crap in the virtue signaling now so that the mob won't eat them I I think I know which one if I had to guess I did take a quick yes I I think I I have I have a few indicators what do you let the actors less stress more open for a job should not be a death sentence sleeping in your own home should not be a death sentence playing video games with your nephew should not be a death sentence shopping in the store should not be like that there there's a there's nothing bad individual cases Americans you can play video games I would think I read a lot of white Americans play video games how many of them are shot to death while playing video games you can name the ones who have been so I didn't have any thank you they did give your shot routinely to death for playing video games in Spain is patently insane but you can't expect logic from people whose greatest accomplishment in life is faking a motion while reading something somebody else wrote which by the way is exactly what they're doing right here so up at least they're doing that right good times business.
"stanley tucci" Discussed on Repodcasting
"Did you think it was weird that it was just this. Random British kid in the middle of Pennsylvania Middle America and they're getting seem to be an explanation for it like he was just there and he was British Jn explained in the book but I feel like they just kind of like men in the book. I don't know but my buddy a it was weird. It happens though is not like it's I just. It seemed very random. I don't know all right What I didn't like about him and it's not his fault? It's the story. I did not like that. You know after the two years or two and a half years or whatever. She enters the body of that other classmate but he's friends with and then they kiss. I thought that whole thing was very weird. But that guy got ta tion. So that's the script writing. I don't blame any actors. Yeah exactly because again like I'm sure that doesn't happen in the book. It actually in the book. Not only does it happen but they have sex. They don't just kiss over really did you Google I did oh okay. Yeah yeah I thought it was really really like I really feel like I need to read this book. Get a better understanding of the source material and then I can hate the movie even and more justify my complete dislike of okay so before we move on. I do have one more thing that I'm just curious about for you. Janet what did you think of the death scene of Stanley Tucci character. I was really angry. Actually yeah I I was. Actually I have a note here about that because I did not and again. If we're spoiling this for anyone maybe you want to turn turn this off right now if you have not seen the movie and go and watch it and then come back and listen to this. Because I'm about to spoil this movie movie Stanley Tucci character dies at the end and I felt very I felt cheated by the way they got rid of him and again. I don't know if that's that's what happens to him in the book but I felt that that whole business of how he managed to get away and then he dies is the way he does. It was like what is this like. I felt as a as a viewer as someone who sat down and infested like two hours into the movie I felt very cheated by that also that there was no closure for the parents like I thought it was interesting the way they portrayed it. It's almost like the family. We just kind of gets over it and move on and you know. I'm not sure that when something like this actually happens in real life. I'm not sure that anybody anybody ever moves on from something like and I would think so absolutely horribly tragic like this and and it's just the way it's portrayed in the film it's it you know how it felt to me Lucia. It felt like they were trying to like wrap it up in a nice little dockage and and the movie and like it didn't feel right to me and I felt very cheated edge. Yeah so your question about Stanley Tucci for sure. So what I read about the book is that that is the way that this character dies in the book. I don't know timing wise if this is like many many years later timeline is all often. Because you know you're trying to condense it into a movie It doesn't really play out as well but like you were saying how this is something that a family might never get over. I think that's very much much. The point in the book Susie is watching the family for years and years and you know in the film they kind of threw wit into two years. But I think it's also really weird that like he basically got caught the the sister dino who the sister is the actress playing the sister playing susie salmon sister right course I that's McIvor. She is the star of a Christmas. Prince he is the star of I Zombie. I know I need more importantly and I know you've never watched the show but it's so good that's how I know rose McIvor but yeah I did know but anyway sorry so I got off track so she gets the the book from his home and she runs off. That is the evidence that they need and so the fact that he's able to just get away. Oh Yeah and then he takes the safe at that point like to me that was also like. He's spending a lot of time at that point when he really needs to be running. Because in the book doc I guess he puts the safe in the sinkhole years earlier or something like that so it kind of bothered me that he got away and then the way that they did the death afterwards. I felt like it was a cheap. It was just for the audience to be like okay good. He's dead but it it didn't track I. I think it was the duct tation of it. I was you know it was the way it was done and it didn't feel like a satisfying ending. Well what's funny about it too. Is that initially. I think they had the death scene. But you didn't actually like you just kind of saw him fall. But then you didn't actually see the fall and his body afterwards and with test audiences they were really creepy wanted. I don't know they wanted something. Things like more violent or whatever for him so then they ending people felt it would have been justified. Yes and so then. They added showing him tumbling down the hill rate. I don't know I still wasn't feeling it. Yeah I'm with you okay. So the ratings for this this movie on IMDB it got a forty two percent from thirty six critics and then on rotten tomatoes. It got a thirty two percent from two hundred and forty-three review. I actually noticed that I noticed those ratings and I was like wow. This movie didn't do but Dan why it hasn't done. Wow you know what I mean like. This is not a movie. If I went to see this I would not recommended agree anyone so you know because you know a lot of the Times. It's word of mouth the it's just like I understand those readings absolutely. Yeah okay so then we'll just take a break for we do our last segment. You're listening to right. Now is a member of the podcast network. You know what so is Ed. It's a podcast about the teaching life. 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Octavia Spencer, Warner Brothers And Anne Hathaway discussed on John and Ken
"A man on Warner Brothers movie set in the UK has been stabbed in the neck cops call this afternoon to the set of the witches, the film stars Anne Hathaway, Chris rock, Stanley, Tucci, and Octavia Spencer. The injured crew member was taken to a hospital, a second man on the set was
"stanley tucci" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Nine eight hundred seven two hundred and we've been telling you about some celebrities in there, and they're a weird jobs before they got famous. Everybody's head to do stupid things to make money. How about Chris Hemsworth? He used to clean breast pumps. Before making it as an actor Hemsworth used to clean rented bread pumps breast pumps from a pharmacy. He had described the job as the worst one. He's ever had an because in order to keep the machines clean. He had to wash them all by hand. Your rent those things I wasn't aware of that. I would I would say that. I would rather have one of my own if I were going to have a breast pump if you're going to need one. Yeah. I don't like wouldn't. I if I were a woman, I wouldn't wanna share a breast pump was some stranger. But was listen if Thors clean, and then you know, it's going to be fine. Yeah. So. Amy schumer. Before career took off. She worked a summer job as a pedicab driver. Oh, that's not weird. No. I mean, maybe she didn't like it. But it's not. It's not really weird. It's not. Rush on cleaning. Stanley tucci. Stanley Tucci scrubbed toilets that didn't have quote running water. At an age at a young age the actor worked at at at a park in Westchester, New York. He called the experience to disgusting to even describe. Yeah. I can smell it. Yeah. Cleaning toilets with no running water Stanley Tucci one of our most respected actors. Let's see. Seventeen Bon Jovi, then going by his birth. Name. Jon Bon Jovi was sweeping floors and his cousins recording studio. This led to his first recording job singing a song on the nineteen eighty s Christmas in the stars a Star Wars themed Christmas album. R two d two we wish you a merry Christmas. Didn't take off as a runaway classic Christmas. Classic. But it probably wasn't his fault. Seventeen years old. Wow. Singing on Christmas in the stars, a Star Wars themed Christmas album, people are gonna go out and buy that just so they can try try and listen to bungee over his voice. They can point them out. Okay. Ashton? Kutcher is first job. Was at general mills he was a quote, serial dust sweeper. Sexual title. So as the cereal is being made in the factory, I got dust particles fly out all over the place while he was the guy in charge of sweeping up serial dust Ashton Kutcher. I don't think he was being punked. Pretty sure. How about this this this this this one really is? I think this one's really hilarious. I I have no idea. Why I find this one so funny? Paul Paul Rudd used to glaze hams. I think it's just a word phrasing improbably is to save up money for a move to Los Angeles. Rudd got a job at holiday ham company there he would sift sugar onto a heated ham and use a propane torch. So that he could melt the sugar and a grateful nation. Thanks. Delicious this. They are. Yes, they are. But that is kind of a weird. I mean, that's how it's done a guy just one dude with appropriate with appropriate. You'd think there'd be some sort of advanced machinery to glazed ham. But no, Paul Rudd was doing it. He is vanish machinery. Yeah. I'm a fan of Paul Rudd's. I think he's great. Did you ever do that thing where you try to guess which one of him is older? Email online. Yeah. It's like an online thing. There's like he's still looks like he's twenty. Yeah. But if the hell put like Steph when he was like twenty and stuff with him. Now, you'll think that him twenty was him older and him now is yeah insane. It is pretty crazy. So I got like fifty percent on the whole thing. How did I do so bad? Because he's going to be young for the rest of his life. Xactly? It's got a portrait of himself in his attic. So so have you do, you know, the you see have you seen his appearances on Conan O'Brien? Yes. Okay. And you know, what he does every time he comes on Conan O'Brien thing. So he comes on when no matter what movie he's promoting. He shows a clip from MAC, and me terribly the terrible easy rip off. And it's always the same clip. It's always the kid in the wheelchair going down the mountain and fall of the side of the mountain, and then MAC the alien coming up and Paul Rudd's, not even in the movie, but he just she comes on and shows that clip every day. Yeah. Favorites. One of my favorite things. So funny. He's one of those too where I mean, a lot of the things that he does is funny. But he's one of those where you're you overlook MS funny because he was in clueless. And he was just kind of like the serious there. Well, I mean, he's part of the the whole. You know, the whole jut appetito. So Seth Rogan thing that resurgence of of guy comedy. Yeah. Exactly. And he's part of that group. But he's also he's also because I mean, he's an anchorman. He's an almost forty year old virgin he looks like they put together. Yes. He does that kind of humor. It's like, yeah. Is his humor. That's what he's now. Have you ever seen any he ever seen him? Do some serious stuff you ever see him? Do you ever? See you ever you ever see the movie the shape of things now? You should probably write this one down. You should see it the shape of things cry. No series. No, no, no, shake Neil labute wrote at Neil to Butte. And it's new will is known for in the company, man. And then he's just a kind of a brutal writer, especially when it comes about that the relationships between the sexes. Okay. And the shape of things is is Paul Rudd. Rachel vice. Aggression Gretchen Gretchen MOl, and why am I blanking on the other guy's name. But it's. It's really an unbelievable. It's kind of an unbelievable. You should you flopped. Paul ryan. You should see it. You should see it. It's a it's a completely different kind of Paul Rudd than than you're used to. And it's really it's it's just like this is a movie that will punch you in the gut when it's all like, oh my God. When it's at the end. All right. I wrote down shape of things next time. A report back how about Vince Vaughn? I love Vince Vaughn, Vince Vaughn worked as a lifeguard for his local YMCA. He was fired for being late all the time. Somehow that doesn't surprise me at all, especially if he was working a morning shift. I love Vince Vaughn. Yeah. I can't say that. I do. Really? Yeah. I know like in interviews you not the eight pleasant, but his movies. He's in that wrestling movie MC Anamar is he really yeah. He plays a WWE. He plays a WWE coach. Yes. Okay. Yeah. He's in. He's in the fighting with my family. Oh that should be anti. I've liked him in. I've liked him in. If I like them in swingers, I thought he was great. Yeah. My favorite my favorite moment. In swingers is when they're drunk in there at the holiday at there at the. There at the late night restaurant. That's open twenty four hours and he's got two breakfasts in front of him. And Vince, Vince Vaughn? And Howard Johnson's there at the Howard Johnson. And. So at one point one point he's like standing up on like standing up on the on the booth. Being really obnoxious. And then he gets at one point just takes one of the breakfasts and gives it to a person behind him puts it on the table. And I don't know why that's like my favorite was one of my favorite moments in the entire movie. But yeah. Jerry seinfeld. And this is this is true. And it was incorporated. It was incorporated. In an episode of an actual Seinfeld episode before making it as a comedian, he sold umbrellas on the streets of Manhattan, and that's a plot point in one of the in an episode of Seinfeld. So they actually use that real that real part of his life. I mean, why not yet comical well? A lot of stuff a lot of stuff came from either Larry David's life or Jerry seinfeld's life. It would end up in the show. So. Grey's anatomy, actor Patrick Dempsey. Here's a question night. Patrick dempsey. Of course. Make what does he make dream ear, Maxine, he's MC dreamy, right, Jamie. Okay. So he didn't always look like he looks now because you know in the eighties. Oh my God. And he was such a dork. But I mean, you wanna talk about a guy who became a oh my beautiful, man. I mean my God. But anyway, before he Patrick Dempsey used to be a professional juggler. I believe it even joined and won second place in a national juggling competition. Intern this landed his first acting job. Now, I'm trying to think. Did he juggle in those in those eighties movies? I don't remember. I just remember he was a plane guy in can't buy me love. Yeah. Dork. Yeah. Huge dark. I believe the juggling thing. Yeah. No, absolutely. No. I don't I don't doubt that for a moment. If I didn't know what he looked like before puberty hit. I'd be like a juggler. But like he was like a nerdy kid. Yeah. But you know, it's interesting if you really if you watch can't buy me love, and then you really look at him. You can you can see it. You'll see how how you could see that. Always like, okay. I can I can see why this guy filled out the way. Yeah. Interesting. Yeah. He was really terrible movie just called run. Have you seen run? Thanks. So don't do. It. Don't waste your time. No. He was and what was the other? He was another big eighty s teen movie. Besides can't buy me love. There was one more that he was in. Oh, man. And I can't remember. Oh, no, no, no, no. I'm thinking of John cry Jon Cryer. The other dork. Loverboy loverboy. That's the one Loverboy. Yeah. I've never seen that one. Either me love the Bridget Jones baby one. But that's new. Yeah. Maid of honor. Have you seen that? Are you a chick flick known at really unless Matthew mcconaughey, then you're off for it? Yeah. How about this John CENA was a limo driver. Seena was a limo driver for two weeks before he because he got fired for having trouble finding his way around. You didn't know where it was driving? That's hilarious. John, you know. Oh, man. Why don't you take a quick break here? And we'll wrap this up. If you guys have a terrible job that you would like to talk about that. You had a terrible job three one two nine eight one seven two hundred. We've got a few more celebrities here who had crazy jobs, and then we're gonna jump in. After the news. We're going to jump into some Jimmy Stewart movies and that'll be coming up right after this on WGN. Good.
Devil Wears Prada: Call me when your life is falling apart then you'll know it's time for a promotion
"What have you gotten store for us this time matt well this week i thought it'd be fun to talk about one of my favorite movies the devil wears prada oh my god i love this so meryl streep is the silver haired monster and right everyone's worst boss and anne hathaway she's just an earnest young aspiring writer just trying to make it in this world matt are we all love that line stanley tucci goes call me when you're life's falling apart then you'll know it's time for promotion i'm glad you've memorized the movie i've got it down pat okay so in this clip andy is interviewing for the job as miranda priestley's assistant and let's just say it's not going well so you don't read runway.