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Boycott: NBA playoff games called off amid player protest
"We've seen protests in sports national anthem, kneeling players wearing slogans on uniforms. But now a bigger stand has been taken over the Kenosha police shooting. Milwaukee Bucks players Sterling Brown and George Hill, delivering a statement Wednesday following the team's decision to boycott Game five of their N BA playoff series. We're calling for justice and demand all be held accountable. For this to occur. It is imperative for the West constant state legislator to reconvene after months of inaction. Buck's decision to sit out let other n BA teams to pursue the same move, forcing the association to postpone all of Wednesday's games. The WN BA would follow their lead, electing not to play any of their three regular season games that AMG Academy in Florida a few major league baseball teams. Also following suit, the Milwaukee Brewers Cincinnati Reds in Seattle Mariners, all sitting out games and protest with players on other clubs opted not to take the field.
Bucks players explain their decision not to play: 'Our focus today cannot be on basketball'
"Sterling Brown was one of the bucks players that obviously elected not to play tonight. As the team made that decision. This is Sterling Brown. After that decision was made on why they aren't playing tonight for the last home state of Wisconsin. We've seen in some time and That shooting despite overwhelming there has been no so our focus it cannot. Then we also heard from George Hill, and he had a call to action following with the Bucks did We're calling for justice for Jacob blade and demand to be held accountable for this to occur. It is imperative for the West constant state legislator to reconvene after months of inaction and take meaningful measures to address issues of police accountability. Brutality and criminal justice reform.
Antetokounmpo, Bucks players join Milwaukee protest
"The NBA and other professional sports organizations continued to express outrage over the death of George Floyd and police brutality Emily files of member station WUWM reports the Milwaukee Bucks are planning a black lives matter protest today the NBA's reigning Most Valuable Player Yanis on tend to Colombo joined protesters as they marched for the ninth consecutive day on ten to compose says he wants change and justice for his city he and his teammates wore shirts with the words I can't breathe a reference to George Floyd whose death at the hands of Minneapolis police set off calls for change across the country the issue of police brutality is personal for the Milwaukee Bucks one of their players sterling brown suit Milwaukee police in twenty eighteen when officers used a stun gun as they arrested him for a parking
"sterling k. brown" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"More of my conversation was Sterling K. Brown I time walking through Washington Square Park you from the Mid West and you see like rake dances. You see people playing music you see the old dudes playing chess. You got the students coming from nyu cutting through like sort of this magical vast Cornucopia of people spilling into an all these different things like this is New York City. Like I'm in it dude. I love cut through any excuse that could to cut rushing square park. Yeah always took. It might get offered a few things he hadn't heard of before I don't know that's experience. I think the West fourth stop is over that way until we get off on West fourth line lived in Brooklyn and cut through here to get to school and it was just. I talked about people watching what I mean like. This is a place where you watch until everybody's watching now. This is a good moment because years ago school. Watch other people absolutely and now everybody in the spark is watching you kinda crazy. Yeah it's Kinda crazy every once in a while. I fool myself into thinking that I'm still an incognito event but then there's like people stop and they pull out the camera I guess I guess not anymore cameras out. I don't think our nine anymore. What do what do you feel though when you come back to New York and you get to walk around and revisit some of these places that were so foundational for you. I remember the post that the city offers right like it's a city that has heartbeat right. And you start to walk differently. I move faster. We're like a sense of purpose when I'm New York City and I love that hustle right in La. Is this kind of like you sitting in your car. And you're talking on your phone and your chilling but like you won't pick people to like whereas La you have to plan tonight people right but you can just walk around like a minute when I because it's walking culture your access to people you feel more connected in New York City that you do anywhere else in this country. Yeah subway to subway do all the time. And my publicist freaks out is like why is he taking the subway? I'm like because it's my right eye one of the people. I can take the subway anytime I want to go for a walk and I'm like I'm putting my hood on. It's GONNA be okay. I do feel like you said this. New York's a little bit better though like they might just give you like a man. What's The walking keep walking? Hey love you on the show. Thanks a lot appreciate it. It's pretty easy here and I see famous people on the subway all the time and they don't get that's right so it's it does give you a bit more latitude but I'm always surprised especially for this is us. You think people are more jaded or not so cool like they're more cynical in New York. This huge fans everywhere. Every shows got a really beautiful. And do you get the tears in person? They come up. Do they see you. They remember an episode. That WanNa talk about the show. I'll get to hear some person and then I can i. Can I hug you and I'll be like yeah man? I'm down for the hug and we just squeeze it. Sometimes they hold on. I was like all right. We they like and then they're like. Oh that's the power of your show. That's the work. That's the power to shop power to show its reliability when people they see you and no you recognize a part of themselves in You. Just want to share that. Yeah Yeah thank you got it right on my huge thanks to Sterling K. Brown for a great conversation and again my gratitude for his opening up about such personal stories and details of his own life and Childhood and also for showing us around his old stomping grounds. His latest film waves is in theaters now and frozen two hits theaters on November. Twenty Second Maggie. Your big viewer of this is US I am. I know when my wife has it on and I come in. They're always I was GONNA say yes. Yep that's pretty much it it's I think somebody called it once or they said you know America just needs a good cry out so what happens is like it's just sometimes you just need that and it's that's that's a perfect show for it as he says in the interview. There's something in that show for everyone going relations something relating somebody Maggie. Thank you very much again. Management says changes things on the Sunday. Sit Down podcast. My thanks as always to all of you for tuning in this week..
"sterling k. brown" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"Episode of The Sunday. Sit Down podcast. My thanks as always for clicking and listening along with us my guest this week. It's not a good one. I think Actors Sterling K.. Brown know him of course as one of the stars of the hit. NBC Show. The people have to watch with a full box of tissues. This is us the tear jerker now in its fourth season. An amazing cast of which Sterling K.. Brown is an Emmy and Golden Globe. Winning the member joining me now is always the producer of this fine podcast and the producer of these sterling K.. Brown interview for this week Maggie Law. Hey Maggie before we get to the important business of this interview. Some more important important is we spoke last. Maggie law is engaged. Take a nice walk yes. My eyes are blind reflection in this fluorescent lights lights. Thank you so much thank you. Thank you like me yet your fiance for one hundred years one hundred Actually ten mm-hmm we met at a boarding school and we've been dating since the end of junior year of high school. Yeah so so we share that. Yes Dina beginning junior in high school school right. We did it for a long time. Broke up a little while a little break and then we found each other again. But we'll say we did not have a little break ten years strong and here we are. I'm telling you deep deep roots are good for the marriage. Adulation Cam very excited. And let's talk about our interview Sterling K.. Brown is a guide met a couple of times. Didn't know well L. had really high hopes for the interviews faced on what I know of them is being sort of Like a smart interesting guy but also the serve electric speaker and presence presents exceeded everything. He was electric. I think it's a way to say it. He really I feel like he brought it to the interview. And just the nicest guy you just love when you meet them and they're just so nice and they say hi to everybody in the room just like there too. I feel like he really brought it one of those people. You hope they'll be who you think it was He I think part of that is is that he's earned his place. We talk a lot about this in an interview. He was sort of on this thirteen year grind small roles. TV He says. Look I was happy. Acting was paying the bills. I bought a house right but hadn't hadn't had that sort of big break in Hollywood and then in the fall of two thousand sixteen along comes people that was he'll he won the emmy for that right people versus Oj Simpson. We played Johnny Cochran. That was earlier in two thousand sixteen and then shortly after this is US comes up and that's it really was the crazy thing for I says now things are stupid. Good for always good now. They're stupid again a little background for people. I know you like to paint a picture picture in your mind as you listen to these interviews of where we are where a place called the public theater New York City of famous famous place that so many of the actors adventures every famous actor you know has played a part there started there in New York City And we're upstairs in the library there. Yeah Sterling actually. That's what he asked to do. The interview it's one of his favorite spots. He went to Grad school at Nyu so right nearby and he said when he was in school there everybody dreamed of performing at the public at some point. You always I wanted to do Shakespeare in the park and everything like that. Eventually he got to do a show there. I think twenty fourteen and so he requested to it there that was great spot. And then you'll hear later we get up walk around a little bit in Washington Square Park and very cool moments of a place. He used to walk around dreaming of being somebody right in that business and you draws the crowd we walk in the park and boom like flies to honey came on to Sterling K.. Brown all those. This is US fans. His new film is called waves. It's a lot about fatherhood. He's Kinda Domineering Dad. In this movie he lost his own father in real life at the age of ten To me it was the best moment of the interview. You can listen. NC agree when he started just going into the story of the day. And I will say I in an interview setting. It's hard to sometimes because the lights and there's people around to get lost in the emotion it was as emotional as I remember reviewing really really feeling at that moment he was so first of all. I'm just grateful that anyone would share such a personal story. Absolutely has that with me Of the day his father died and he was ten years old. I have a ten year old son I think part of that hit me ask what would it be like if I left my ten year. Old Son unexpectedly early in in such a sudden way and he remembers every detail the day in he volunteered it. You know it's not something I would ask him to describe because it is so traumatic. which man did he go there? Yeah he did. It was really emotional but it felt special that he was able to share with you and significant. Because it's how he tapped into characters in waves but also in this awesome us a cathartic moment for him able to sort of say goodbye to his dad in a way. So seems were there okay. We've described the enough let Sterling K.. Brown tell the story himself Sterling K.. Brown right now on the Sunday. Sit Down podcast sterling. Thanks for doing this. Thanks for having me great to see a you know we got a Lotta history to talk about you in this neighborhood you in. This theater is my stomping grounds dude. I went to Nyu from ninety eight. Two Oh one I lived if that one asked a place right around the corner and so the public was this fixture like this beacon of when we get out of school. Maybe we'll get a chance to work at the public. Maybe we'll get a chance to do Shakespeare in the park and I've got a chance to work here on a couple of occasions and it's been magical every time I was telling you I've interviewed a number of actors who said I want to do the interview at the Public Theater. What is it about this place that so special for people who don't even know about? There's all these people that come through here right so you know like Meryl Streep Streep is done Shakespeare in the park Leeann have like you said I seen him do hamlet. You see all these actors crews careers you want to immolate and they could be off doing all these fancy movies and TV shows etc.. But they take time to make sure that that muscle of being able to tread the boards never atrophies because they care about the art of illuminating the human condition and that sort of what was embedded in my fiber at Grad School. Oh that NYU and so. It's something that I keep coming back to over and over again. I mean you look at the faces on that wall. It's every major actor you've ever heard of it's all all been here all of them and you too So we'll talk more about that but I said D we're walking in here. It's the highest compliment. I could pay an actor is I didn't know where to begin again with you. You have so much going on right now apprec- but let's start with the film waves. Yeah which is unique and different than anything. I've seen it tells a beautiful story and it really uses music. Well how do you describe this project when you first read it. Did you get what they were going for. That's that's a good question it's hard. It's complicated it. It is complicated because it's a hard movie to describe to people. It's a family drama that focuses more on the children of this family. It's an African American family mother and in a father a son and a daughter in the first half of the movie. SORTA is the sons half of the movie and the second half of the movie you kind of shift narratives and it becomes the daughters journey. There's a major tragedy that happens in the mid point. I'm not gonNA give away But it also is sort of shows is how a family deals with grief loss and how you keep moving forward with with grace and with love In the music is huge. which like even like I said in the script their music cues laid into the script? So you press a button. Listen to a song as you read the scene Our director writer Trey Atwood Schultz had something very specific in mind in the movies autobiographical. I should say and then leaps into narrative fiction and then back in autobiography and then to narrative fiction. Because I say that because he is white right and the movie focuses on an African American family but because he hired Kelvin Harrison junior to play the role of the son in the family because they worked on a film before it comes at night. They sort of collaborated and said like tell me something about your childhood third about your father about what it was like for you to grow up in New Orleans etc and so they combined their narratives and came up with the story together and it was a real collaboration collaboration from the onset And I think we came up with something special. It is unique. It's unlike anything I've seen before you're in a position in your career where you can get a script and sort of decide whether or not it's something that's worth all the time you put into a role. What was it about this story that jumped off the page to you? Okay so I was shooting. This is us at the time and my agent. My manager read the script and he said we think this is pretty special. I was like guys like I got a job on the show. And they're like yeah but check it out. If you like it maybe we can make it work. First and foremost it was something completely really different than Randall Pearson whom I love and Adore. But now that you have the opportunity to not be locked into one character and to be known solely the character I try to take advantage of those opportunities whenever they are offered to me now to keep going with that point about ten years ago there wasn't the same sort of fluidity between film and Television Right and now that it exists. It's like I'm a kid in Candy Star on jump around and play and as many sandboxes as This guy was a father in in waves who is very much present For his family but it is a hard man not the easiest father to get along with and so what. I enjoy the challenge of inhabiting people who aren't readily likable But who are humane. Who are good and my goal is not to be liked but to be understood so I enjoy? Enjoy the challenge of finding someone who people be like..
"sterling k. brown" Discussed on Ellen on the Go
"Marvel sidesteps, the traditional origin, story template with Carol danvers already. Possessing her superhero powers, leaving her earthly life behind. She joins an intergalactic elite military team called star force, but after Dan versus trained and become a valued member of star force she finds herself back on earth with new questions about her past. She quickly lands on the radar of Nick fury, and the pair must work together against a formidable enemy in the form of the scrolls who are planning an invasion of earth. Get marvel studios captain marvel on digital in movies anywhere may twenty eighth and Blu. Ray June eleventh new. On four K ultra HD. We got another like if he's in charge of movies. Yeah. Sterling K Brown was one of my favorite actors on television fantastic. Good on this is us. I know this is this is one of Kevin's favorite shows, and it makes Kevin cry. Every week every SOPs up I get it. And I would say this you have to watch. But we go to L in tube and find it but we scared him the first time he was here. Yep. We scared him the last time us on the show. Right. And he came back. And of course, I said, we're not scaring you. He looked around. He was very suspect and did a lot of inspection of the tables to the way we scared on the last time was we played a game, and the performance area of our stage which was to people facing each other at a table seated facing each other at a table playing a game where they had to describe the it was, basically, it was called movies. But during it the table that they're playing in front of was like, made out of styrofoam and our talent exact Corey jumps out of this table and scares the bejesus. Sterling K Brown. So we knew we couldn't scare them that way. So we got a table that looked like a scare table. The top was a false top. You could open it up and see inside the table. We showed him all of that. And then during the game we dropped a ninja from the rafters at crazy and saying at such a fast speed and that can't not scare you. The you can't prepare yourself for something new guy. I knew it was coming in. It's slowed saying, yeah, we love you thought saying not saying I got you. Yeah, you're, you're you're pretty jumpy at times. Anyway, here's the audio of that scare because it's funny still. But then they should really go watch the DVR and check it out. I'm giving we're we're doing and we were going to play your game nothing. You. Is this check I can check it? No, I'm doing you guys think I'm being weird. Okay. There's nobody. Obviously I if I can lift it, nobody's in there. Lift. Okay. I'm good. I say. Copy that, that's how well built these things are. All right. Okay. So we were going to play your game. But then I told you about a game that I play is really fun. We portion are play when we're driving long distances. It helps pass the time. So I will say a famous person could be an artist. It could be a celebrity, it could be a sports player. And so, I'll start with a name and then you have to start with the first letter of the last day. And then I have to start with the first letter of that last name, I will start with sterling K Brown. Let's go with. So it's a b. All right. And I'll say we're known adjusted. Judge reinhold. Okay. Ryota. They have Oregon or again, so there's no less name Ricky Martin. Okay. Mary Tyler Moore Mandy Moore. Mariah carey. Where huxtable didn't count. Now. Okay got snow did. But, but. It's if you repeat or, or if you can't think of something in certain very. All right. Mark wahlberg. Kill you. Were also busy with the show during the week. It's hard to find time to fit in hot breakfast. But we just heard about this thing called just crack. Neg hot. Fluffy scramble yet. Ready.
NBA Playoffs 2019: Bucks vs. Pistons
"Back. The bucks are in Detroit getting ready for game three and their series against the pistons tonight's WTMJ's, Craig Matt success. Sterling Brown has been a key contributor through the first two games. They are making the loss of Malcolm broaden palatable, you can get by now especially in series number one without broadened, and you hope to get him back, but Brown and Coniston and even George hill have been
"sterling k. brown" Discussed on Unhappy Hour with Matt Bellassai
"You know that it's going to be Timothy versus Harry. Buck to that. We'll get to that. Our next match-up Joe Jonas versus Michael b Jordan Could be moving moving. doubt. I don't even want to explain like Joe Jonas manage to get a game of thrones girl. So. Many happy returns to them. Yeah. I agree. Michael Jordan next, Ryan Reynolds. Versus MMA Herschel, Ali my her Sheila Ali just there's no question. I mean, he would be so attentive in also just kind of like filthy. And I respect him because he was like, you know, he doesn't really do like explicit sex scenes like he's not into that, you know, because he's Muslim and he's tried to like like keep whatever boundaries that he needs to keep. Right. So I don't wanna get like too like disrespectful, but I need to see him in my kitchen in almost nothing. Just cooking me a nice meal and just winking at me. You know, I feel like he would like lay out the table. Yeah. It would be like the whole thing. I feel like Ryan Reynolds. He would texting be like babe, I'm gonna make you. I'm gonna make you an amazing meal, and then you come home, and he'd be like a made you a sandwich. That'd be. We'll go with Marcia. All right next, Jesse Williams versus sterling K Brown. Wow. That is a tough one. I'm going to go a sterling K Brown. Just because I feel like Jesse Williams might be kind of a dick and. He's very attractive to look at. I don't know just something stops me. You know from loving him. All the way sterling K Brown is silly. He doesn't mind making fools of himself. Like, sometimes he'll be really ridiculous on his Instagram and stuff he plays with people on Twitter. There is a tweet that showed him like it was an award show and his wife was sitting next to him. She was clapping for him and stuff in sterling K kinda winked at the camera or whatever. And the tweet said what happens when you introduce your boyfriend to your girls after you've been telling him, he he's been laying pipe all night or whatever, right. Sterling responded to it with all these emojis like laughing in the last emoji was a week. Okay. Your saucy. Yeah. Yeah. All right. I'm convinced. I'm convinced down next cage, a APPA Honey, you say his name, APPA Caja and Rami Malik. I gotta say I'm not actually on the Rami Malik train. I just don't really get it. I watched mister robot. And I like God at I do I also remember seeing I saw him in person. And he also I mean, it's like any like hot. Person. You're like, oh, yeah. I feel like Caja APPA. I've only really seen just like pictures of him on the internet. Can I just say when Luke Perry passed away RIP sweet sweet baby all the Riverdale cast where posting these like beautiful. Instagram's that like, you know, just like really beautiful things that they're saying about Luke, I think cagey push just like rest and love, bro. That's the one from K J. Yeah. Okay. So I don't know if he's going to like really take care of making a meal for you. Right, right. This is difficult for me because I don't really I don't think I care for either one of these. Should we just call this one? What do they call it? A by. I would say Kay J. Then just because like he would look real good in an apron. Yeah. I mean, I just think on just on looks alone. I would I would pick Hagia..
"sterling k. brown" Discussed on Channel 33
"For amazing dress, which kept me calm when two drinks cuts spilled on me, and someone got very aggressive squeezing alive in my direction in my direction. He's alive in my direction. That's pretty good. That's just a nice way with words. She probably worried about getting her. I please don't squeeze alive in my direction. So. Yeah. All right. I'm I'm pro Cape. Beck and sell never thought that jam session would spend literally this much time talking about eight Beck and sale. But here we are whatever nineteen full of surprises. Great stuff moving onto more Golden Globes related gossip. Yeah. So Chrissy Mets from from what touch this do you wash? That. No me, neither I thought you were gonna watch it. I thought you had to you love to cry. Do I tried? I couldn't get into it. Wow. I know I just wanna sterling K Brown show could use fast forward to the sterling K Brown permanent. I found out like a plot related to him. I don't like which I'm gonna spoil forever on right now. Okay. Just what everyone. Okay, he breaks up with his wife on the show, and like their relationship, I loved that was one of the reasons to watch the show. So they're not together very little interest. Okay. Do you think it's possible that since it's a TV show? They'll get back together, I suppose. Okay. All right. So maybe you could just wait for that to happen. Hang it back anyway, Chrissy mez on the show characters. Okay. She got caught with or at hot mic, and she called Allison Brie a bitch. Yes. So there is some debate. Some of the nicer people on the internet are trying to compare this to like a Yanni laurel situation where you can like you only year if you wanna hear bitch. Let's play the clip Allison Brie too. Into the carpet. Oh. The Allison Brie, do I she's like, she's yeah. She's such a bit. What else she's such a big deal? She said even carts that doesn't even fit rhythmically have to think about the cadence of the sentence. She's such a it's there's you on word landing on it was like, she such a great person or whatever. Yeah. She was going for. She said a bitch. And that's fine. We all say about people also people people in the world, but especially in Los Angeles, really only have two tones, and it's this person. She's so great wasn't an amazing amazing performance..
"sterling k. brown" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Thanks to go, right? Yeah, the biggest thing other than the show runners you have to get lucky with the talent. Yeah, it's all the castes like sterling k. Brown. I don't even know who else would be in that part. Sterling caught him at the perfect point of his career and had really discovered him. Yeah. And then he becomes a monster. Sterling k. Brown was one that I thought I would have a hard time getting cast the way I was wanting to Cass, which was just no process. Whoever I wanted, my friends who directed the pilot had directed a film that he had a small part and they kept saying, you gotta check out this guy. Sterling k. Brown. I think he's the guy and he read it. He was awesome guys. I can't just get this guy the part they're not going to accept it. And I went to the studio is like we liked this act or sterling k. Brown and there are cast him housing. What really. And they're like, he has this thing coming out where he's playing Darden in this OJ thing hadn't been out yet. Oh, yeah. I was like, he keeps going to blow up and I was like, oh, great. And it was. It was just a magical, lucky coincidence you had polar which was a lot easier to predict. 'cause yes, one of the best females in the history of Esa. Dow, yeah. Past members straight off, but yeah, and then we got lucky with everybody else a little bit like Nick Offerman was like, I, I think I may have told the story, lesser known as here. But Nick Offerman I had written an episode of the office like three years earlier, a wear, Michael went to a meeting in New York of like the other branch managers like the branch manager from buffalo and Rochester wherever, and the point was supposed to be that they were more incompetent that Michael Scott and it was like our attempt to say, like how people kept saying, like, how is Michael Scott, have a job. And so we were like, what if we show that other branch managers are dumber than he? So we had this one big media role of this truly a true idiot and Offerman auditioned. And I was like, that guy's amazing cast him and he couldn't. We got the word back that he couldn't do because he was the same week as will, and grace you've already been. He'd be booked like a guest by them will and grace. And our part was like really media. It was like the gigantic funny part, and we're kind of like come on dude. Like I didn't know. Him. So in my head of come on, man don't do will, and grace do our show, our shows cooler. And then I was like, someone was like, oh, he's married to mega. That's fair. That's fair. So, but I wrote his name down on a posted known..
"sterling k. brown" Discussed on Double Toasted
"The president was mad. Making my treble halfway across the galaxy get. So as come in. Mama, say, bring you. Fucking flooding late from me. You know, this is I, I. Like I said, I there moments that a fun in here and there people who were really fun in the movie to I'll go back and say, you're right, Libby Munn. I was surprised by her. Sterling k. Brown. I really that guy. I know that you like to do from moonlight, but sterling k. Brown man. He's, he was the one who was having the most fun with the movie while being the best performing the movie to me like he just they just wrote great lines for him. I was nervous about him when he first came on the scene because he's just chewing gum, and I was like, wait, is this going to be his character that he chews gum all the time? Yeah, you know, I thought the same day man and digital that gum too, and actually made him cool yet. Do such a good actor. He just knows how to chew gum professionally better than you. To the whole movie chewing gum, looking at prejudiced. Man, I really enjoyed him in the movie. The only thing with this is that I appreciate that it's cool that they tried to go for fun with the movie, but I think they really did prioritize labs and gore to a certain extent, where think as movie would along whatever cool store, they thought that we're presenting and they did have cool elements there. They kind of fell by the wayside. I mean, they just can't little bits and pieces of hints of a better story there because they were sacrificed for the last and the blood. So I think that it's a bad movie at all. Some people going to stay. I'll say this right now, some people going to hate this because everybody has the predator movie that they want to see because we've had so many different versions right up to that point. Right? And plus this so much every predator movie that comes out this so much emphasis on the nostalgia of it, it'd be in the predator that I know for me while I'm my nostalgia for the. The original movie definite whole nettle, but this film I'll give it a rental, give it a fun rental man. I really unbased basing that on just sloppy storytelling and in this small attention to detail that they just let slide. But like I say, I do think it's fun. Good. Okay. Yeah, I was gonna say, I'm not queenie about predator now, say that I'm not queenie about it. Either. I calling you taking humane..
Officer linked to controversial arrest of NBA player fired, chief says
"Milwaukee police officer Eric Indrawati is out of a job. The officer was among those on hand when bucks players sterling Brown was arrested and taste in January. He was fired for what he posted on social media after the arrest statement later on that chief Alfonzo Morales confirming the termination to today's j four social media policy later at Marquette university. The chief told Mike shaded by mocking Brown on Facebook officer Andrei head violated policy policy did not just come out in the last couple of years. It's one that's been staying chief went on to say that the officer hurt any potential opportunities to testify in future cases. It'll be a circus by putting this person on the stand based on what will
Milwaukee, Parking Violation and Mark Thompson discussed on Arizona's Morning News
"The countries that rages meanwhile trump administration officials say they have no clear plan yet on how to reunite the thousands of children separated from their families at the border milwaukee bucks guard sterling brown is suing the city of milwaukee and it's police department saying officers use of a stun gun during his arrest for a parking violation constitutes excessive force and that they targeted him because he's black brown's attorney mark thompson filed the lawsuit in federal court yesterday accusing police have destroyed discriminating against brown on the basis of his race mr brown hopes that real discipline will be issued for the violation of his constitutional rights the lawsuit alleges that officers involved in his arrest us their incident report to try to reframe what happened to give the impression brown resisted and obstructed them body camera video shows brown never appears to threaten police during his arrest in a couple of months canadians may be able to legally buy marijuana candidates senate has given final passage to the federal government's bill to legalise cannabis prime minister justin trudeau government had hoped to make pot legal by july first but provincial and territorial governments will need eight to twelve weeks following senate passage to prepare for retail sales at a musical about the king of pop is making its way to broadway the michael jackson estate and columbia live stage of unveiled plans for a stage musical inspired by the life of michael jackson they hope it will be ready for broadway by twenty twenty one are we get the feeling that music will be pretty good i think it'll be very illegal toetapping stuff thanks jen twenty three minutes after the hour on.
Bucks' Sterling Brown sues Milwaukee over stun-gun arrest for parking violation
"Formerly calling on the current us attorney jeff sessions to end the trump administration's policy of separating the children of illegal immigrants from their parents in an open letter a bipartisan group of former us attorneys calls trump zero tolerance policy a radical departure from previous policy and they say the policy's dangerous expensive and inconsistent with the department's values the letter says previous administrations struck a balance between the need for affective enforcement with you manage and compassion but they say the trump administration has abandoned that by the way the trump has also been quoted as calling illegal immigrants swelled saying that they infest america infest the president also continues to blame lawmakers for the situation especially democrats according to trump that's why children are being separated from their parents as a result of democrat supported loopholes in our federal laws ause most illegal immigrant families and miners from central america who arrive unlawfully at the border cannot be detained together or removed together only release trump says that just as need to give the power to remove whole families who entered the us illegally republican lawmakers promising to pass one of two measures that would end the child separations bill the border wall and the president is reportedly in favor of that milwaukee buck star sterling brown has filed a federal lawsuit against the city milwaukee it's police chief in eight of its cops back in january the nba rookie was simply being cited for parking in a handicapped space when a white cop used a stun gun on him because he didn't think brow was pulling his hands out of his pockets fast enough sterling brown's attorney says the whole stories on surveillance tape minutes he was left sitting or laying on the ground after being abused this kind of conduct must stop the police chief of milwaukee has apologized and says the three of us officers have been disciplined over their behavior we don't know what kind of discipline that was and milwaukee's mayor says he hopes the suit will mark a turning point for his city slavery in this country no was declared over in the eighteen hundreds was south carolina's legislators only yesterday declared it over in an abomination promising tolerance in the future proposing to set up officer racial reconciliation yesterday of course was june eighteen thousand a commemoration of the day when all enslaved africans learned that it was over and yesterday was also just a couple of days after the anniversary of the racist murder of nine black congregants in church by white man named dylann roof even so to city councilman in south carolina opposed that resolution you know all only over half of the captured africans brought to the western hemisphere abroad through charleston south carolina was the slave port today is national cuco warning day and yes there are a lot.
Trump offers support for both Republican immigration bills
"Immigration meeting players lawsuit i'm elliot francis president trump is promising gop lawmakers that he'll support either of the immigration bills making their way through the house right now as protest grows over the policy of separating immigration immigrant children from their parents at the border correspondent dana bash has details on tuesday's meeting on this issue of children and separating children from their families what i'm told that the president did behind closed doors is really talk about it in the political context talking about the images and the optics about how bad it is politically much more so than about the policy in general and that rubbed some republicans the wrong way who i talked to who are saying wait a minute it's not just about the optics are not good it's about what we're doing to these children and trump administration getting out of the un human rights council us is halfway through a three year term on the un rights body and had long threatened to quit if it wasn't reformed it's also accusing the fortyseven member geneva based body of being anti israel lendvai player sterling brown is sowing the walkie ambitious police department over his stun gun arrest sierra crawford has more wonky bus player alleges that he was wrongfully arrested in mistreated because of his race by police department with the history of excessive force against black people also that one of the officers violated his rights by training a parking violation as a criminal offence mr brown hopes that real discipline will be issued for the violation of his constitutional right attorney mark thompson says the suit is not motivated by money but brown is seeking a change in the way the department treats men of color milwaukee as an example to the country of what a city can do to turn itself around i'm sierra crawford extra big ratings this weekend for a pair of world cup matches that thrilled and shocked fans mexico's one win over germany pulling four million viewers i'm elliot francis are you looking for senior care for.
Milwaukee Bucks guard Sterling Brown sues city and police over stun-gun arrest
"Com's news time eleven eighteen sterling brown the milwaukee bucks player who was taste and arrested has filed a federal lawsuit against the city of milwaukee attorney mark thompson saying after filing the lawsuit that for too long african american men in milwaukee hip arrested abused even killed because of bad police work he calls it a stain on the city policies do not prevent this conduct that's because they don't discipline bad police officers he says sterling brown watts the city to admit wrongdoing and change policing policies the lawsuit claims unlawful arrest and excessive force when officers used a stun gun on brown during his arrest for a parking violation correspondent brian burrow wins news time you love what forges commitment in america's navy no think about quitting from the drills aches cold but shipmates face every challenges one every push the edge every call to defend because out here report of something bigger a force that never quits the c forges commitment every sailor america's navy forged by the discover commitment at navy dot com live and local twenty.
China says new tariffs are an act of 'blackmail'
"Thirty four milwaukee bucks guard sterling brown is suing after being taste by police correspondent ryan burrow has more wall street was filed in federal court tuesday by sterling brown's attorney mark thompson claiming milwaukee police used excessive force and made an unlawful arrests brown was arrested after perky illegally across a disabled parking spot back in january within minutes eight officers surrounded him in a taser was used after brown did not immediately remove his hands from his pockets video of the arrest was released last month milwaukee police have apologized to brown at three officers were suspended one of the officers alleged social media posts appear to celebrate the actions of the cops the milwaukee police department has an commented on the lawsuit wins news time eight thirty five he was a jersey guy turning the spotlight on the state where he grew up clover leaves of turnpikes expressways twisting and unknowable patterns over the wetlands are to me somehow beautiful no jersey these to love and now new jersey wants to show it's love for anthony bourdain assemblyman paul moriarty has introduced a resolution that would establish an anthony bourdain food trail bourdain visited ten eateries in twenty fifteen episode of cnn's parts on known wins news time eight thirty five president trump is threatening new tariffs on chinese goods correspondent are lead seines has more from washington tonight the tit for tat over tariffs between the us and china is ask a lady president trump threatened to impose tariffs on another two hundred billion dollars worth of chinese imports if the country follows through with its plan to tariffs on fifty billion dollars of american goods china retaliated with those tariffs after the trump administration announced it would move ahead with tariffs on fifty billion dollars of chinese goods last week china says the new threat is an act of extreme pressure and blackmail and warns they may have no choice but to adopt countermeasures wins news time eight.
Port Arthur, Colorado and Milwaukee discussed on Michael Wallace and Steve Scott
"Windows and lifted the seventy year old driver to safety in texas floodwaters filled port arthur today is five to ten inches of rain fell in the gulf coast colorado was also hit by severe storms including a tornado northeast of denver milwaukee bucks guard sterling brown today sue the city and police department claiming unlawful arrest and excessive force officers used a stun gun on brown during his arrest in january for illegally parking in a handicapped spot brown says he was targeted because he's black hours after the arrest one of the officers posted on facebook nice meeting sterling brown of the milwaukee bucks at work this morning l o l as a convicted felon manuela fernandez was not permitted to have even one gun but la county sheriff's investigators say they found more than five two hundred and fifty at his home and the home of a friend it is not clear what he intended to do with all of those guns for nana's was arrested the guns taken away he is now free on bond up next the story of two fallen heroes the united this portion of the cbs evening news is sponsored by mega read six fifty two.
Bucks' Sterling Brown sues Milwaukee over stun-gun arrest
"Four thirty five milwaukee bucks guard sterling brown is suing after being taste by police over a parking incident correspondent ryan burrow has more wall suit was filed in federal court tuesday by sterling brown's attorney mark thompson claiming milwaukee police used excessive force and made an unlawful arrests brown was arrested after parking illegally across a disabled parking spot back in january within minutes eight officers surrounded him in a taser was used after brown did not immediately remove hands from his pockets video of the arrest was released last month milwaukee police have apologized to brown and three officers were suspended one of the officers alleged social media post appear to celebrate the actions of the cops the milwaukee police department hasn't commented on the lawsuit wins news time four thirty six he was a jersey guy turning the spotlight on the state where he grew up clover leaves of turnpikes expressways twisting and unknowable patterns over the wetlands are to me somehow beautiful cherno jersey these two love and now new jersey might honor the late anthony bourdain assemblyman paul moriarty has introduced a resolution that would establish an anthony bourdain food trail in the garden state bourdain visited ten eateries in two thousand fifteen episode of cnn's parts unknown one of the stops was donkeys place in camden which boarding said rivaled nearby philadelphia for cheesecakes eighty seven degrees now partly sunny in new york we are going down to a much more comfortable than it's been sixty six degrees in midtown tonight wins news time four thirty seven gotti says its critics who put out the hit ten ten wins entertainment is next the worst joining out of your vitamins and supplements because you forgot to reorder.
Charleston to apologize for its role in the slave trade
"The milwaukee police department here's correspondent ryan burrow lawsuit was filed in federal court tuesday by sterling brown's attorney mark thompson claiming milwaukee police used excessive force and made an unlawful arrests brown was arrested after parking illegally across a disabled parking spot back in january within minutes eight officers surrounded him in a taser was used after brown did not immediately remove as fans from his pockets video of the arrest was released last month milwaukee police have apologized to brown and three officers were suspended eight other officers are undergoing retraining wins news time three thirty five and apology for slavery the city council of charleston south carolina has passed a resolution apologizing for the city's role in the slave trade almost half of all slave slaves brought to the united states i set foot in charleston the resolution denounced the deprivation of life human dignity and constitutional protections of slaves charleston is the soon to be side of seventy five million dollar african american history museum childhood home of singer and civil rights icon nina simone in north carolina has been designated a national treasure by the national trust for historic preservation front legs is director of the national african american cultural heritage action fund the nina simone childhood home a national treasure because near simone's transcended the constraints the body play on black female performers in the mid century become devoid of the american civil rights movement for artists in a nonprofit old banded together to purchase and restore the home wins news time three thirty six of video showing a two year old massachusetts boy climbing a locked gate near backyard pool has gone viral keith whiteman says he was shocked at how easy it was for sun cozy cody to get over the gate and then climb up the pool ladder at their home was four feet from us and when i turned to see what actually was doing he was up the ladder wyman says he grabbed his son before he fell into the pool but he decided to post the video is a warning to other parents he says the store where they purchase the latter engaged offered them a replacement but all the other gates had a similar design eightysix degrees now fair skies the humidity thirty four percent the winds are calm eightysix going down to sixty six tonight in midtown wins news time three welcome to total wine and more boy gets all of this out of the way how about if i find.
Commissioner, President and National Federation discussed on 24 Hour News
"The republican and springfield discusses the proposed casino in east windsor and michelle seagull the commissioner of the department of consumer protection wednesday morning starting at five on w drc am thirteen sixty talk fox news radio i'm lilian woo it's gotten criticism as inhumane from both sides of the aisle but the president defending his stance on children and illegal immigration prosecute the parents for coming in illegally what should happen you have to take the children away make remarks at the national federation of independent business also slamming the country the migrants come from i'm gonna go very shortly for authorization that one countries abuse by sending people up not their best we're not gonna give anymore to those countries a second death in wisconsin now blamed on storms which have swamped the upper midwest and milwaukee bucks sterling brown suing milwaukee over a stun gun used on him in a parking violation his attorney says police discriminated against him on the basis of race fox.
Milwaukee Bucks' Sterling Brown says he felt 'defenseless' during arrest
"At noon i'm darrell moody milwaukee bucks player sterling brown speaking out after police released video showing him being shocked with tasers arrested back in january the confrontation began after an officer question brown about parking and a handicapped zone at a walgreens he spoke with abc's robin roberts in an exclusive interview we can do is just keep fighting know keep bringing attention came you know putting pressure on the police departments and offices in the mayor's and everybody to charter may maintain round says he plans to take legal action the national memorial day concert honors korean war veterans and marks the fiftieth anniversary of the battle of chisun in vietnam army sergeant first class leah and hester the first woman in us history to get a silver star for valor in combat will participate in with along with well known entertainers several great actors and actresses i'll be joined by joe montana gary sinise general colin powell to name a few the concert airs at eight o'clock sunday night on pbs one of the nation's largest pop culture events is in full swing at the orange county convention center today is the second day of mega com which is expected to draw one hundred thousand people to the orlando area over the weekend started yesterday and continues through sunday features celebrity guests include jeff goldblum billy dee williams and this legendary sarasota resident whenever anyone says the word peewee herman himself paul reubens ray computer news ninety six point five wdbo he where have you been twelve forty nine here at news ninety six point five wdbo five day forecast here's our meteorologist brian shields we're tracking sub tropical storm alburto now is subtropical because the winfield's a little bit larger the winds aren't totally concentrated at the center slightly different structure either way this is going to head through the northern gulf and to make landfall most likely early monday with winds around sixty five miles per hour close to alabama the florida panhandle our forecast is right on track this is what we expect it so again we've been tracking the scattered showers and storms today tomorrow about a fifty percent chance of rain but a much higher chance on sunday and monday sunday in particular ninety percent chance of rain downpour several inches of rain and localized flooding will be a threat we'll keep you posted from channel nine eyewitness news i'm meteorologist brian shields right now we are looking at eighty five degrees in qasimi it is eightyfive and sunny at orlando's severe weather station reno grant is back safetouch security triple team traffic okay scott accidentfree on our expressways i for eastbound busiest for michigan up.
Lung Cancer Rate Now Rising Faster in Young Women
"Soon for more details and to find a store near you go to sleepnumber dot com milwaukee police have released officer body cam video of the january arrest of bucks guard sterling brown a stun gun was used in that confrontation in store parking lot milwaukee's mayor tom barrett apologized for the treatment this type of behavior whether it's toward a professional athlete or any other citizen has no place in our city brown was never charged in southern california eighty three people have been charged with running their gang known as the mexican mafia from inside the l a county jail system us attorney nick hannah members of the organization plotted to have inmates and others on the streets viciously beaten stabbed kidnapped and killed these attacks were designed to instill discipline for violating mexican mafia rule those charged you're being moved to federal facilities or state prisons beginning today if you're on facebook the site will ask you to make choices about your private information and how it is shared cbs news contributor nick thompson what they're trying to do now with the public education campaign is get us involved because remember facebook is basically a compilation of all the data we give it we're trained to say this is false this is misleading that helps them combat it a new study uncovers troubling news about women and a certain kind of cancer cbs dr tarun ruler of lung cancer has declined for both men and women but it has dropped at a steeper way more pronounced way for men so now we are seeing more cases of lung cancer in young women than young men these are women who are born after the mid nineteen sixties women who are white women who are hispanic but what's interesting is it does not seem to be related to changes or differences in smoking behavior check of wall street in the early going today the dow is down one hundred seventeen points nasdaq is down twenty six s and p five hundred down about twelve points time on the roundup eight past the hour seven or eight at the bay area's news station kcbs sky's gray the drizzle not a story today though good morning i'm stand bunker i'm susan lee taylor just ahead on kcbs too much water on to.
Milwaukee police release bodycam video of arrest, tasing of NBA player Sterling Brown
"In fifty eight at o'hare fatal train crash in northern italy abc's megan williams has more from rome the crash took place late wednesday night near the northern talion city of turin when a train struck a large truck stock on a railway crossing causing three carriages to derail the driver of the local train and another person were killed megan williams abc news rome critics at the way milwaukee police officers arrested and taste an nba player sterling brown are calling for a culture shift at the department this after the release of the arrest video wgn's ryan burrow in milwaukee unnecessary or case it tucker director of the african american roundtable reacting to what she saw in the video release of the january arrest of milwaukee bucks players sterling brown she's calling for massive changes the milwaukee police department after several use of force issues involving police and black men we are also demanding that she'd morales fires the officers who were involved in this incident as for possible actions or demonstrations following the video release time not that i know of unless the community organizing and let me in the milwaukee police issued an apology chicago police officers due in court today officer robert realm oh he's accused of punching two minute a bar back in december he's facing misdemeanor charges already on desk duty for his involvement in a controversial 2015 fifteen fatal shooting two women were rob last night in the city's old town neighborhood in separate attacks just thirty minutes apart.
Teen killed in Texas mass shooting laid to rest in Pakistan
"Always at the lowest price let's get this cockfield why all these americans grilling all of a sudden explorer eight thousand wines and twenty five hundred beers at total wine and more the selection is ridiculous viewing russia investigation documents i'm jacky quin with an ap news minute the white house says a separate briefing will be held for key democrats after the gop has reviewed classified documents into the russia investigation president trump says he wants transparency bad things have happened we now call it spy gate the syrian observatory for human rights is reporting that u s led forces have struck in two separate ways of attacks in an area controlled now by the group the islamic state milwaukee's mayor is apologizing to nba player sterling brown who was teased with police stun gun in january after a parking violation we must pledge to do better and we will do better a study of company health programs finds that 'electronic cigarettes did not help smokers quit any more than nicotine patches or other methods us stocks rallied in wednesday trading i'm jacky quin she came from pakistan to learn in american schools but as ap's math mall reports now the body of an exchange student killed in last week's texas high school shooting has returned hall a funeral has been held for speak shake in pakistan after her body arrived home to the port city of karachi the seventeen year old exchange student was among ten people killed during last week's mass shooting at santa fe high school in texas she began taking classes there last august the alleged teenage shooter is being held on capital murder charges i met small the search for missing malaysia airlines flight three seventy will end next week the jets disappeared four years ago with two hundred thirty nine people on board so far the search hasn't turned up anything that could shed light on one of the world's biggest aviation mysteries the search was extremely difficult because no transmissions were received from the aircraft after its first thirty eight minutes of flight systems designed to automatically transmit the flights position failed to work according to a final report issued in january twenty seventeen by the australian transport safety board targets posted weaker than expected profits for the first quarter the retailers posted a profit of seven hundred eighteen million earnings adjusted for pretext gains and to account for discounted operations were a dollar thirty two cents per share far short of the dollar thirty eight cents expected on.
"sterling k. brown" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"And on i like it can't wait alike so as the first on campus the second one will be black panther lindbergh cherokee gammaray advocate again chest i remember when i saw him in civil war to introducing black panther to the marvel universe i got really excited and knowing that he was going to have a standalone movie black superhero movie with the marvel backing to it you know every kid love superhero marie i love batman i love superman and so those were the ones that i got a chance to watch as a kid i get a chance to take my son is it a black pepper he gets a chance to see somebody who looks like him as the super here right i also can't wait to see little like it's dressed up as the black pepper the alloway nixon really excited you know but what i can say with out losing a limb because the marvel universe does not play rates is that it's going to have all the bells and whistles that you expect from a marvel film and it's got a great social message in the midst of it as well and i feel like any any time you can get people entertained and thinking simultaneously from a comic book from i think you're doing something really good rhyme kugler is a beast directed his ass off it's going to be three for three fruit veil creed onto the black pan hannah he's taken about so here match that and then lastly i think it right now were slated for august of twin t eighteen for the predator.
"sterling k. brown" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"And it's a story about thurgood marshall before you is a supreme court justice the first african american supreme court justice before he tried brown versus the board of education and it takes place nineteen early 1940's i think it's 1941 in connecticut is the chief sort of litigator for the end up alesi p it's been going around the country looking to defend african americans that he thinks are falsely accused mostly there in front of all why juries juries of their peers of course just wipe peers i guess and joseph spell as the character that i play he's a chauffeur for a wealthy white family and he is accused of the rape and attempted murder of eleanor strube ing white so socialite play by kate hudson and so marshall has to team up with a jewish lawyer by the name of sam friedman he has to team up with him because the judge does not allow him to try the case because he hasn't past the connecticut bar quote unquote so basically he asked the play djupedal to sam friedman's puppet and he's allowed to sit in the courtroom but not allowed to speak the jewish lawyer has the do all of the speak in this is a real case right and some sort of fascinated by truth is often strangerthanfiction but i didn't know anything about this trial and i'm excited that folks get a chance to check it out chad boesman plays marshall josh gad place sam friedman it's a great group of people and a wonderful story the relationship between eleanor streaming and joseph spell you know they kind of have to find somebody's line somebody's telling the truth and so the the movie is an investigation of getting to that truth.
"sterling k. brown" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"You know to be connected to his culture in a way and share his life with this black woman i need that story to be told k yeah this is us was the highest rated new series of the year across television it's the first broadcast sean six years to get a phnom for best drama series and would be the first in eleven years to win what is your feeling about what is the biggest pro in the biggest con of broadcast television today the biggest pro was that everybody can see it it's readily accessible to all in all i didn't have wgn four wildly like different networks come and go off of different providers it cetera but nbc cbs fox abc wb like they're they're going to be seen the biggest con is forty two minutes and thirty seconds you got a fit into that block where you go on your dvr and you look at the latest game of thrones and this one seventy two this 167 mary however loan you need to tell the story is what you're given that's the toughest part but your advertising you gotta be happy i understand right that's the biggest carrier toughest this past january got not one but two sag award nominations on the same morning j one for these us then last month the second consecutive emmy nomination and became the first black personally get a best actor in a drama series nomination in sixteen years tying back to andrei brouwer what do you make of that.
"sterling k. brown" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"So he'll ask you dan at the beginnings are you guys want to know do you not wanna know i was like tell me yeah you know what i'm saying because i kinda like helping to craft the journey together right so we know these things and then we get the specifics as the episodes so son at this moment you guys are back in production rock which one are you on now grown so two three two or three yes and how far ahead of that heavy you read nothing so you right now you're shooting two or yet you only know joe three but you're saying because of the sketchy kinda general you know enough to feel good about way dan will bring us all in at the beginning of the season and he will pitch the season to us but over overarching thing and then are sort of trajectory is characters individually and so we know what the season is going to look like i also going to the writer's room a lot because i find it fascinating yeah and to see how they take you know five storylines in combined them and make them into something that's coherent and sort of poetic yes so i know what's happening with the season but i've still waiting to see like the specifics of the writing of each individual show to do your job there yet the now obviously you know a bit of the story as you've just said you also presumably have to spend a little time with the guys who are playing your character at other times yeah and maybe somewhat coordinate with them i don't know a little bit i think we watch each other's work like when i get a chance to watch niles fitch and lunchroom's who play the younger versions of randall pearson i'm usually just sort of blown away and more than coordinating anything if anything odds of steel doesn't outright steel with these little kids will bring into the table because they're they're magnificent what was your first indication side from dan seeming confident about the pilot or you guys enjoying the scripts what was the first indication to you that it was for people on associated with the show working at a major an unusual way and you've been on a lot of shows you you would probably know if if it was different lose the first sign of that.
"sterling k. brown" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"The like two got the job and i was like how great are they already knew what for your benefit i wanted to share great rivals in as a first time around dido take us what what is good now you get the job at that point had they rented more than the pilot or were i get you go and do that and then you hope to get picked up right right so now handwritten more than putt and i i go in a did a play at the taper susan laury parks play father comes home from the worst parts one two and three and dan and his wife came to see the play which i thought was so cool like you rarely get you know show runners in coming out to check out some theor but dan came see to show and he was moved by the show and so was his wife and is a a beautiful play but i i remember thinking two things to myself i was at how's the pilot house a coming together he's like is at sterling it's really good is i don't say that a lot about stuff that i do but i think this may be one of the best things that i've done and this is because what you had read before your addition was just like centrally side you hadn't seen a full pilot i what i hadn't seen the pilot or you're seeing the the shot footage dale right we hadn't been weird shot the pilot ranked but we hadn't been picked up two air rights law marriages and you're we're not seen what russia hadn't seamer i guess they don't have to share a dan at seen in his next it's really good and he's got this he's he's got a very tear rubel to face any smiling like it's good and he's talking about the writers that he's trying to pull together and the course of the show and he has four or five seasons sort of mapped out in his head already but we didn't find out the pick up until towards the end of the run of the play.
"sterling k. brown" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Because reading his book in contempt reading tubing's book you know the run of his life during the research that i did i think dardenne had his heartbroken you know he believed in the case he believed that the evidence led to the fact that o j simpson was guilty of a double homicide and to spend that much time and that much effort to not get the outcome that you're looking for outside of the victim's families i feel like he's the person that still where's the scars that trial more than anybody smell you you got to work for ten episodes was aiming dental of while right yeah yeah we went from about juneoctober be late may two october so was there a scene for you that proved to be the hardest or most emotional or or something that you're proudest of when you now look back at all that well proud of of quite a few scenes i love working with sarah paulsen seamen were in office at night i feel of its is beautifully the beautiful saint like two workers coming together in the trenches just having a moment of beauty ally years ninety years from now when you join the rest of us and kicking the budget that's going to be the scenes think yeah it's a good set it's a good thing and then conversely the two scenes that were tough because darden again he sits on a lot of stuff throughout most that episode moon episode nine he's like you know what of fuck impaired on thursday night guzman is it the people got here i'm about to say it and so when he's almost held in contempt in the courtroom that was the scene that i i had rehearsed unrehearsed unrehearsed and then when we get up to shoot it.
"sterling k. brown" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"We went crazy and then the other half of the students living in the dorm were looking at us like are you kidding like in a state of shock and it when you see like that kind of video yet happened across the country i mean it was the most interesting thing to see that our experience could be so completely different based upon what had happened for each of us coming into that you can't talk to too many black men that i know of my age who've been around and even were at that age of eighteen nineteen twenty that i hadn't had some sort of significant runin with law enforcement in which they felt as if they were not treated in the way in which they were supposed to be served or protect hedging oh yeah my dad had a fleet would cut work right so his a big car in his county shiny and it had a drew attention and you see a young man sixteen seventeen eighteen driving around in his car as parked in front of a friend's house one time waiting for him to come home because i arrive there before he had gotten him and the neighbors called the police and said there's something suspicious going and so the police come as i'm sitting in my car looking over my homework waiting for my boy hearings like do you have a reason to be here i'm like yeah wayne from our friend other what's your friends name at the same our friends name like why were meeting and all the stuff and then they finally leave you alone i've i've had a few incidents like that of just what you call dwb driving while black in this case i wouldn't even driving right right but it puts you on guard to known the way in which you are perceived is different than your white counterpart and you have to mind your peas and queues in a very particular way to survive so for you personally was the euphoria over jays verdict because you believe that he actually had not committed the crime and was therefore being vindicated or was it more sticking it to the man sticking it to the man her.
"sterling k. brown" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"See originally screen test with syria but serra was unavailable in new york so i came back to read with our producers brad simpson a nina jacobsen in los angeles and had you find out you got it of simone the lot for a while while they were talking amongst themselves read after the dish ran after the also whenever you would go in for the call yet for the call backer i dunno if it's to test or what how right but i'm looking around the see what other people they brought in for this use the three or four people and i'm sitting in the lobby i'm looking at every brother the walks by some light scan cats these dudes with dr mike other really thinking outside of the eyewitness shaved my head larry i knew they were going to any so open but basically those are just dues working and fox i was the only person that they called back allow so they come out and they talk to me for a while and the one thing that being a mouse angeles's has taught me is that as soon as you enter the space you had a character because there's this real desire to find the guy out he was just him like there was no acting it was just ten night in new york you can sort of show them my guy this is what i've worked on tell me what you think like oh man it's beautiful you transition in and out of sterling to whatever it is that you're doing i just tried to show is darden and make them think that sterling was done and they talked me for like a half hour about my time at stanford when the trial was happening in my experience of it and then so i go okay you want to read samples lecture let's go read read the scenes and brad would give me direction and then we'd read the scene again and nina would be sitting on the couch looking at it and the whole time nina were just rock back and forth and.
"sterling k. brown" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"About this i don't know if it was titled what it ended up being called but this site this limited series that somebody wanted to do about oj simpson what was the first thing cooling that it was even out there pilots season two thousand fifteen he are january you get the audition earned they say like you know my manager my manager called me to the you know anything about christopher darden murrow did simpson travel mike as generally talked about of course you know christopher darden as he's like where they want to see for that so i was reading the character description reading the breakdown of in mayor is saying something about you know guy was kinda got no mojo not very cool or anything like that mas like us cut harsh like okay so i just started watching a bunch of footage from the trial different interviews etcetera then i shaved my head immediately i was like i i think this can play and i i did more research darden's birthdays an early april my birthplace april fifth i think his birthday means is like a day or two away from on the timing of it was about twenty years after the trial and i was i think the exact same age that he was when we went into production for the show so there are so many things i was thinking about miles i i look out with the baldhead this works put on my little glasses a these things work and i just started working on his voice in his rhythm in his mannerisms and when i went in for the are bishen i said you know this is not my words with uh i think you're better active in he was a lawyer can you sort of muddy elaborate vows to clean cleaners like acrimony it up a little bit so i went in thinking that i gave a really good audition and it can ask who is that is that the casting director who was in rain mccarthy k yarn her associates.
"sterling k. brown" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"The beginning of my career like i i think about my first got out of school i was doing the player the classical classical stage company which is right around the corner from and why you didn't even have a speaking role i was in a joann acolyte as operetta with original music by philip glass called in the penal colony based off a cough because short store right i made three hundred bucks a week and i was living in harlem and a fourstorey walk up that cost me eighty five dollars a week as a furnished room that had a shared bathroom for the hallway and i was like yo i'm in to fifteen on pocket into here either way you killed this is the live rich like i am living dream beret and i can remember manager saying today the times i i just hope it goes up from yeah like i here but this is great but so you're outlook was always positive in and i mean when was that first trip tell us let's let's let's start there well the first trip that i made to allay for acting was in two thousand one because we did our showcase we there are a showcase for nyu with yale and ucsd we did it in new york and then we came out west ended in los angeles and what was cool about that is that the showcase in new york we have the sheets of paper that we hand out to the agents and manages in casting directors and if they like us they say they mieno send a hedge on resume if they really like eulex request an interview right so everybody's happy to get their packets magnesium kind of response they get when you come to los angeles.