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"walter mcmillan" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

02:29 min | 7 months ago

"walter mcmillan" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Real 92 3 New home for hip hop is standing up to racism and racial injustice in the black and brown community. Big Boi's neighborhood and cation misted Jamie Foxx in the neighborhood. What up, honey? Oh, that's in. Jamie Foxx has a new show coming out on Netflix. April 14, and it's called Dead. Stop Embarrassing Me! Oh, I love you and his daughter is the one who is executive producer. Behind this thing. This is gonna be kind of based around their relationship, but big when Jamie Foxx was in the neighborhood, you know, he's such an amazing actor. But there's one thing he doesn't like doing and that's jail scenes. And he explained why I'd be the first one to tell you. I don't like that, even when we're doing the jail stuff, I ain't like none of that. I don't like going to jail. I don't like being around yelling. There's a matter of fact. There was a moment when we were first doing our scene, and they had to put the cuffs on me that it was a correctional officer who was the actor then it was a real correction officer standing next to him. So, the actor said, How should I put the cuffs on him? He leans over to me says Squeeze them tighter. He's a bigger one. Now now it's no disrespect to the real correction officer because he's just doing his job, But when he said, put him on type. As a matter of you felt that he's a big one. And when he squeezed, I said, Man, these Comes to tight enough, right? Don't insist. Don't make me come out these cuffs, right? Yeah. Yeah. People understand my father, right? They put my father in jail for $25 worth of illegal substance for seven years. Wow. This man was an educator in the hood for 25 years. The very kids that he taught and had the judge come and talk to that very judge presided over his case put him in jail with the same kids. He talked Mm hmm. Now here's the thing. They don't understand that that father, though, taught me how to play football. Tell me how to a basket and then one time, he said. I want you to have played tennis, huh? That's what he said. No, no, I don't want you to be limited. But I couldn't go see my father Joe, because I don't do that. Wrote My father. One letter I said, you get out. Things are good. I'm on now. So my father now lives with me. He's leaving me for the past 20 years. I heard that. But why? Says I got a chance to take that man to the U. S open and we sat there and watched Venus play tears running down. So I took that. And placed it with Walter McMillan, the person on a plane. Nan. That's great man, Jamie Foxx in the neighborhood and the movie he was speaking on the phenomenon. Taking is just mercy is if you haven't seen just mercy. Take some time to watch that and you could find that entire interview of Jamie Foxx. Just in case you missed it. You could find the entire interview at Radio. Big boy..

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"walter mcmillan" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

02:24 min | 7 months ago

"walter mcmillan" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Waking up getting rakes in the money. I was broken on reach deep. God, 92 3 and his new home for hip hop is standing up to racism and racial injustice in the black and brown community. Big Boi's neighborhood and cation misted Jamie Foxx in the neighborhood. What up, honey? Oh, nothing. Jamie Box has a new show coming out on Netflix. April 14, and it's called Dead. Stop Embarrassing Me. I love you and his daughter is the one who is executive producer behind this thing. This is gonna be kind of based around their relationship, but big when Jamie Foxx was in the neighborhood, you know, he's such a Amazing actor. But there's one thing he doesn't like doing and that's jail scenes, and he explained why I'll be the first one to tell you. I don't like that, even when we're doing the jail, so I ain't like none of that. I don't like going to jail. I don't like being around yelling. There's a matter of fact. There was a moment when we were first doing our scene and they had to put the cuffs on me. Now there was a correctional officer who was the Pachter then it was a real correction officers standing next to him. So, the actor said, How should I put the cuffs on him? He leans over to me, says, squeezing tighter. He's a bigger one. Now now it's no disrespect to the real correction officer because he's just doing his job, But when he said, put him on type. As a matter of you felt that he's a big one. And when he squeezed, I said, Man, these Comes to tight enough, right? Don't in this city. Don't make me come out these cuffs, right? Yeah. Yeah. People understand my father, right? They put my father in jail for $25 worth of illegal substance for seven years. Wow. This man was an educator in the hood for 25 years. The very kids that he taught and had the judge come and talk to that very judge presided over his case put him in jail with the same kids. He talked Mm hmm. Now here's the thing. They don't understand that that father, though, taught me how to play football. Tell me how to a basket and then one time he's he's not What you don't have played tennis, huh? That's what he said. No, no, I don't want you to be limited, but I couldn't go see my father because I don't do that. I wrote my father. One letter. I said, you get out things a good I'm on now. So my father now lives with me. He's leaving me for the past 20 years. Heard that. But what's this? I got a chance to take that man to the U. S open and we sat there and watched Venus play tears running down our SWAT took that And placed it with Walter McMillan, the person that I play man. That's great man, Jamie Foxx in the neighborhood and the movie he was speaking on the phenomenon. Taking is just mercy.

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"walter mcmillan" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

02:46 min | 7 months ago

"walter mcmillan" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"April 14, and it's called Dead. Stop Embarrassing Me. Oh, I love you. And his daughter is the one who is executive producer. Behind this thing, this is gonna be kind of based around their relationship, but big win. Jamie Foxx was in the neighborhood. You know, he's such an amazing actor. But there's one thing he doesn't like doing and that's jail scenes. And he explained Why I'd be the first one to tell you. I don't like that. Even when we're doing the jail stuff. I ain't like none of it. I don't like going to jail. I don't like being around yelling. There's a matter of fact. There was a moment when we were first doing our scene, and they had to put the cuffs on me that it was a correctional officer who was the actor Then it was a real correction officer standing next to him. So the actress here how should I put the cuffs on him? He leans over to me, says, squeezing tighter. He's a bigger one. Now now it's no disrespect to the real correction officer because he's just doing his job, But when he said, put him on type. As a matter of you felt that he's a big one. And when he squeezed, I said, Man, these Comes to tight enough, right? Don't insist. Don't make me come out these cuffs, right? Yeah. Yeah. People understand my father, right? They put my father in jail for $25 worth of illegal substance for seven years. Wow. This man was an educator in the hood for 25 years. The very kids that he taught and had the judge come and talk to that very judge presided over his case put him in jail with the same kids. He talked Mm hmm. Now here's the thing. They don't understand that that father, though, taught me how to play football. Tell me how to eat better. And then one time, he said. I want you to have played tennis, huh? That's what he said. No, no, I don't want you to be limited. But I couldn't go see my father because I don't do that. Wrote My father. One letter I said you get out. Things are good. I'm on now. So my father now lives with me. He's leaving me for the past 20 years. Heard that. But why? Says I got a chance to take that man to the U. S open and we sat there and watched Venus play tears running down, so I took that And placed it with Walter McMillan, the person that I play man. That's great man, Jamie Foxx in the neighborhood and the movie he was speaking on the phenomenon. Taking is just mercy is if you haven't seen just mercy. Take some time to watch that and you could find that entire interview of Jamie Foxx. Just in case you missed it. You could find the entire interview at radio, big boy dot com. Working on a weekend like usual wealth in the deep end, Like usual sweat. It passed us. They doing too much. I haven't done my taxes. I'm to turn to Right, Ogata Pettit, For my risk going nuts. Call me slipping once. Okay, so well, someone to block up I tell you for was us Manor house and Rose. Worded to plush. Say my days, the number but I keep waking up. No. You see my text, baby, Please say something. Wine.

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"walter mcmillan" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

02:06 min | 7 months ago

"walter mcmillan" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Jamie Foxx has a new show coming out on Netflix, April 14, and it's called Dead. Stop embarrassing me. Oh, I love you and his daughter is the one who is executive producer. Behind this thing. This is gonna be kind of based around their relationship. But big win. Jamie Foxx was in the neighborhood. You know, He's such an amazing actor. But there's one thing he doesn't like doing and that's jail scenes. And he explained why I'll be the first one to tell you. I don't like that. Even when we're doing the jail stuff. I ain't like none of that. I don't like going to jail. I don't like being around Jill. And as a matter of fact, it was a moment when we were first doing our scene and they had to put the cuffs on me. Now there was a correctional officer who was the actor. Then it was a real correction officer standing next door. So the actor cell How should I put the cuffs on him? He leans over to him and says, squeezing tighter. He's a bigger one. Now now it's no disrespect to the real correction officer because he's just doing his job, But when he said, put him on type. As a matter of you felt that he's a big one. And when he squeezed, I said, Man, these Comes to tight enough, right? Don't insist. Don't make me come out These companies. Yeah, Yeah. People understand my father, right? They put my father in jail for $25 worth of illegal substance for seven years. Wow. This man was an educator in the hood for 25 years. The very kids that he taught and had the judge come and talk to that very judge presided over his case put him in jail with the same kids. He talked Now, here's the thing. They don't understand that that father, though, taught me how to play football, Tom out of a basket and then one time he's he's not what you don't have played tennis. Sorry, but that's what he said. No, no, I don't want you to be limited, but I couldn't go see my father because I don't do that. I wrote my father. One letter I said, you get out! Things are good. I'm on now. So my father now lives with me. He's leaving me for the past 20 years. Heard that. But what's this? I got a chance to take that man to the U. S open and we sat there and watched Venus play tears running down our SWAT took that And placed it with Walter McMillan. The person on a plane. Nan. That's great man, Jamie Foxx in the neighborhood and the movie. He was speaking on the phone. I mistaking.

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"walter mcmillan" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

04:23 min | 9 months ago

"walter mcmillan" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"I put on a shirt after American Medical. Shut up. Hearst Hospital Quarter. Berg gets birthday And you are many yet. Hey, how you spirited? Got that kid cattle having fun with it? Going. Birkin started for the cheap spring on Sprinkle of how to feel we're not Spain to be in my domain. All the mothers who dropped $3 on the rain called finished, Right. Look, I was in the shop sort of cocaine ain't been the same fence hunt down front of cheap spring on training. I don't know. Chief. Bring on him Brainless Big Boi's neighborhood. Big interview. Michael B. Jordan, Jamie Foxx in the neighborhood. What did you guys learn from each other? Making this film learn from each other? I mean, I've been watching him. Damn near my whole life. No. And I think of, you know, I've always He listens very well, you know, has actually one of our most important, you know, saying qualities listen to one another inside of a scene and Jamie listens. It's never repeated beat because he's giving you something new because he's hearing it for the first time every time. He's giving you something different, and that's something that I've always tried to do. But like a muscle, gotta work it out. You gotta continually try to travel to work on this thing. So that's something that definitely kind of picked up from Jamie. And like new, like, Really put the importance and value on listening inside of a scene. This is working with them. What did you learn from Michael? You know what Michael B. Jordan really cares about acting. That's not normal in our business. A lot of times you have to pick a side. You have to pick either I'm gonna be The blockbuster and sort of roll with air, and then there's people who could do both. He actually cared about. The acting of it, and there is and I hope I don't put him on the spot. But there's a scene in this movie where he does the speech in the courtroom. And I watched him Tackle that And it was so important to him and you know when he started it Couple of times, he fumbled a couple of words and he apologized to everybody. Politics and at one point I say you're gonna apologize. You put this together. If it takes you 30 minutes to say one line. You do it. You do your thing. He went off to the side and you could see him working right and he comes back. And he loved buys it to the point where the extras that were in the courtroom. Same give him a standing ovation. Then I went to You know? Say good job touches Army Wow. You know the tear and he walked out. So do you know about because that's the Holy Ghost Got to hold. The O. J was like, no he got he literally had the acting Holy Ghost, and he could speak. He could speak. I would love to hear his take on what that day was because I know from my perspective, but it was beautiful. I mean, and that's and that's nothing like learning from him was just kind of like just owning the moment. I think a lot of times, you know, I've grown up. I've been apologetic for the circumstances that I've been in and just wanting everything to be great, You know, not one in tow, you know, can't phone it in, you know, said, is it so important to kind of be on? Especially when you're telling the story and in certain movies, you circle You read the script and you circle certain scenes like Oh, he's the one that's really important. This one is really important to the project. I can't wait to get to. You know, this is the day that we're gonna shoot it, And this was one of those scenes. That are really kind of wanted to get right. It was so pivotal for Walter McMillan's case in the movie and and and as an actor, you know every scene. Every moment you don't fully lose yourself in. You're not completely in that. You know you are, but you try to stay in. And as long as you can see something that you really gotta kinda kinda, you know, you hope to get those euphoric moments of like I'm completely lost. I'm not even like I'm some I'm somewhere else. And that was that was one of the That was one of the scenes for me that that I got a chance to really tap in and It was largely to do with what I'm saying. What, Jamie? I'm saying he really He really helped me through those days. Now he really helped me through like, um, We played music, You know, I'm saying to kind of get us in the mood of what we were shooting with scenes were sure he would like, you know, walk around. That's bigger. You know, he's there. It was said that you would like it in. Just look around your radios. When we got Jamie Foxx in the neighborhood, Michael B. Jordan and the neighborhood Big Boy's name real 92 for you. You can kiss me rather Traffic center. Good morning. I'm Lonnie Swain with Romany to greet traffic. A stall in East L. A blocking the second lane from the left. This is on the five North found at Indiana Street..

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"walter mcmillan" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

03:42 min | 9 months ago

"walter mcmillan" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"Did you guys learn from each other? Making this film learn from each other? I mean, I've been watching him. Damn near my whole life. No, And I think of, you know, I've always He listens very well, you know, has actually one of our most important, you know, saying qualities to listen to one another inside of a scene and Jamie listens. It's never repeated beat because he's giving you something new because he's hearing it for the first time every time So he's giving you something different, and that's something that I've always tried to do. But like a muscle, you gotta work it out. You gotta continually try to travel to work on this thing. So That's something that definitely kind of picked up from Jamie. And, like new, like, really put the importance and value on listening inside of the same. This is working with him. What did you learn from Michael? You know what Michael B. Jordan really cares about acting. That's not normal in our business. A lot of times you have to pick a side. You have to pick either I'm gonna be The blockbuster and sort of roll with air, and then there's people who could do both. He actually cared about. The acting of it, and there's and I hope I don't put him on the spot. But there's a scene in this movie where he does the speech in the courtroom. And I watched him Tackle that And it was so important to him and you know when he started it Couple of times, he fumbled a couple of words and he apologized to everybody. Politics and at one point I say you're gonna apologize. You put this together. If it takes you 30 minutes to say one line. You do it. You do your thing. He went off to the side and you could see him working right and he comes back. And he loved buys it to the point where the extras that were in the courtroom. Same give him a standing ovation. Then I went to You know? Say good job touches Army Wow. You know the tear and he walked out. Oh, yeah, you know, back because that's the Holy Ghost got the whole video that was like, you know, he got that He literally had the acting Holy Ghost, and he could speak. He could speak. I would love to hear his take on what that day was because I know from my perspective, but it was beautiful. I mean, and that's and that's another thing like learning from him was just kind of like just owning the moment. I think a lot of times, you know, I've been grown up. I've been apologetic for the circumstances that I've been in and just wanting everything to be great, You know, not wanting toe, you know, can't phone it in, you know, said, is it so important to kind of be on? Especially when you're telling the story and in certain movies, you circle You read the script and you circle certain scenes like, Oh, he's the one that's really important. This one is really important to the project. I can't wait to get to. You know, this is the day that we're gonna shoot it. And this was one of those scenes that are really kind of Wanted to get right. It was so pivotal for Walter McMillan's case in the movie and and and as an actor, you know every scene. Every moment you don't fully lose yourself in. You're not completely in that. You know you are, but you try to stay in and as long as you can is something that you really gotta kind kind of, you know, you hope to get those euphoric moments of like I'm completely lost. I'm not even like I'm some I'm somewhere else. And that was that was one of the That was one of the scenes for me that that I got a chance to really tap in and It was largely to do with, you know, saying with Jamie, I'm saying he really He really helped me through those days. Now He really helped me through like we played music. You know, I'm saying to kind of get us in the mood of what we were shooting with scenes were sure he would like, you know, walk around. That's bigger, You know, he's there. It was said that he was just look around your radios when we got Jamie Foxx in the neighborhood, Michael B. Jordan and the neighborhood Big Boi's neighborhood. You know about the pandemic now? Flu season is here, too. So here's the game plan for staying healthy. Step one. You know it well by now, where a mask step to keep that social distance at least 6 ft apart..

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"walter mcmillan" Discussed on Based On a True Story

Based On a True Story

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"walter mcmillan" Discussed on Based On a True Story

"On today's episode. We're to learn about just mercy. As of this recording just mercy was released just last year in two thousand nineteen. Starring Jamie Foxx Michael Jordan and Brie Larson. The movie tells the story of Civil Rights Defense. Attorney Brian Stevenson as he tries to free a wrongly condemned prisoner from death row. With that in mind, they now is a good time to point out that we will be talking about a true crime case on this episode that involves some possible trigger words like rape, murder and racism. So consider this your warning before going further. To help me separate fact from fiction in the movie. I'm excited to be joined by Erica, Kelly. Eric is the producer and host of the super popular southern. Fried true crime podcast, which you can find over at southern fried true crime dot, com. Before we chat with Erika though. Let's set up our game to truth and a lie. If you're new to the show, here's how this little game works I'm about to say three things. Two of them are true. And that means one of them is a lie. Are you ready? Okay here they are. Number One. Walter McMillan's initial arrest was not for the murder of Ron Morrison. Number two. Because of the tight deadline Bryan Stevenson focused only on Walters case to get him freed. Number three the case against Walter claimed he kidnaps someone who then waited for him while Walter went to commit murder. Got Them. Okay now as you're listening to our story today, your challenge is to find the two facts scattered somewhere throughout the episode, and then by a simple process of elimination. You'll know which one is alive. And of course we'll do a recap the end of the episode to see how you did. All right now it's time to get Eric on the line to dive into the historical accuracy of the two thousand nineteen movie just mercy. Let's start by setting up the case according to the movie, it's nineteen eighty-seven in Monroe County Alabama and this is where we I see Jamie Fox's character, Walter. mcmillen, as he's cutting down a tree that evening Walter is driving his truck down lonely road when he's forced to stop at a police roadblock Walter stops, his truck turns off the radio and spreads.

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"walter mcmillan" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"walter mcmillan" Discussed on KTOK

"U. K. will not just look the other way when it comes to the people of Hong Kong at the U. K. and the USA the planned little jeopardizes special freedoms Hong Kong we supposed to enjoy but after months of anti government protests in Hong Kong China says the little is necessary in London Simon Allen fox news Jamie Foxx's film just mercy is just free just mercy the film starring Jamie Foxx about the work of civil rights attorney Bryan Stevenson played by Michael B. Jordan has been made available for free on digital platforms during the month of June by Warner brothers the legal drama stars Jordan as Stevenson who defends Walter McMillan played by fox to fight a wrongful murder conviction what you're doing is going to be a class of people Twitter wrote that the film was offered up after multiple nights of protest as a resource for those interested and systemic racism and an Alabama police officer was fatally shot last night during a standoff with a gunman at a motel in New York I'm Carmen Roberts this is fox news from the news radio one thousand weather center in the four warn storm team partly cloudy mild and humid overnight a low of sixty eight it's going to be partly cloudy hot on Wednesday with a high of eighty nine on Thursday partly cloudy with a high of ninety one on Friday it's going to be sunny and warm with a high in the low nineties from the K..

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"walter mcmillan" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"walter mcmillan" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"The U. K. will not just look the other way when it comes to the people of Hong Kong at the U. K. and the USA the planned little jeopardizes special freedoms Hong Kong we supposed to enjoy but after months of anti government protests in Hong Kong China says the little is necessary in London sign it Alan fox news any fox's film just mercy is just free just mercy the film starring Jamie Foxx about the work of civil rights attorney Bryan Stevenson played by Michael B. Jordan has been made available for free on digital platforms during the month of June by Warner brothers the legal drama stars Jordan as Stevenson who defends Walter McMillan played by fox to fight a wrongful murder conviction what you're doing as what people wrote that the film was offered up after multiple nights of protests as a resource for those interested in systemic racism and an Alabama police officer was fatally shot last night during a standoff with a gunman at a motel in New York I'm Carmen Roberts this is fox news Palomar solar a local name you can trust seven six zero five zero four zero three eight eight your best source for the latest news live no longer will SDPD use a carotid restraint that's a chill cold used to suppress the suspect local and be able to build out there will be change because there's a human outrage for what's not caught on camera breaking is a city or state refuses to take the actions that are necessary to defend the life and property of their residents then I will deploy the United States military and quickly solve the problem for them news radio six hundred cocoa picture this most of the.

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"walter mcmillan" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"walter mcmillan" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Presidential primaries in seven states and the district of Columbia put former vice president Joe Biden on the cusp of formally securing the democratic presidential nomination but the race for the democratic nomination for Baltimore mayor was too close to call yesterday more than twenty candidates were on the ballot at last count former mayor Sheila Dixon was leading British prime minister Boris Johnson said this morning that U. K. will never abandon its former territory Hong Kong and Britain joining the US in urging China to abandon the security shake up in the territory person saying China is violating its international obligations as the government in Beijing lines up a new security little for Hong Kong there is time for China to reconsider British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab saying he hopes China will sing to gain additional the U. K. will not just look the other way when it comes to the people of Hong Kong at the U. K. and the USA to planned law jeopardizes special freedoms Hong Kong we supposed to enjoy but after months of anti government protests in Hong Kong China says the little is necessary in London Simon nine fox news Jamie Foxx's film just mercy is just free just mercy the film starring Jamie Foxx about the work of civil rights attorney Bryan Stevenson played by Michael B. Jordan has been made available for free on digital platforms during the month of June by Warner brothers the legal drama stars Jordan at Stevenson who defends Walter McMillan played by fox to fight a wrongful murder conviction what you're.

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"walter mcmillan" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"walter mcmillan" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"And you make the best golfer you've ever had in your life but how water is dissolved limestone and it basically it's chock a gal system takes all that out can you install one today yes ma'am we can G. O. E. T. T. L. we do things right we do things well yesterday's presidential primaries in seven states and the district of Columbia put former vice president Joe Biden on the cusp of formally securing the democratic presidential nomination but the race for the democratic nomination for Baltimore mayor was too close to call yesterday more than twenty candidates were on the ballot at last count former mayor Sheila Dixon was leading British prime minister Boris Johnson said this morning that U. K. will never abandon its former territory Hong Kong and Britain joining the US in urging China to abandon the security shake up in the territory Britain saying China is violating its international obligations as the government in Beijing lines up a new security little for Hong Kong there is time for China to reconsider British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab saying he hopes China will sing to gain but ignore the U. K. will not just look the other way when it comes to the people of Hong Kong at the U. K. and the USA the planned law jeopardizes special freedoms Hong Kong we supposed to enjoy but after months of anti government protests in Hong Kong China says the little is necessary in London Simon Allen fox news Jamie Foxx's film just mercy is just free just mercy the film starring Jamie Foxx about the work of civil rights attorney Bryan Stevenson played by Michael B. Jordan has been made available for free on digital platforms during the month of June by Warner brothers the legal drama stars Jordan as Stevenson who defends Walter McMillan played by fox to fight a wrongful murder conviction what.

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"walter mcmillan" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"walter mcmillan" Discussed on REAL 92.3

"The neighborhood just mercy I think it's the most important film I've been part of wow because of what it says and I heard you say a day why is that because of what it does was big eyes black folks is so let's let's just be honest man we know several people in jail all the time it to me it it it it said only because we get so used to yeah and so this is a movie to actually take the perception and knock it down like I'll be the first one to tell you I don't like to do even will be doing the jail so I like on it I don't like going to do hi I don't like being around children as a matter of fact there was a moment when we were first doing a scene and they had to put the cuffs on the net it was a correctional officer who was the actor then it was a real correction officers then the next one sort of the actor said how should I put the cuffs on he leans over to Mrs squeezing tighter he's a bigger one hello okay is this in the movie this one is no while shooting this is why this war was you know that no it's no disrespect to the real correctional officer because he's doing his job right but when you sit tight as a matter of you felt that he's a pickle okay not in when you squeeze the statement these because the tight enough right don't in this is don't make me come out east coast right Yale yeah but the minute that happened there we go into the scene so was little things like that that that I was like man this is so important and then on top but it the people innocent my father right they put my father in jail for twenty five dollars worth of illegal searches for seven years well this man was the educator in the hood for twenty five years the very kids that he taught in head the judge come and talk to them the judge presiding over this case put him in jail with the same key as he talked I couldn't go see my father Joe because I don't do it as I don't ever want to go I don't visit nobody in jail in my home is no that I will my father one letter so you get out things are good I'm on now get out I'll save a save your life so my father now lives with me his little me for the past twenty years I heard that so I took that in place the with Walter McMillan the person play along with Michael B. Jordan who I have to say this behind and in front of the camera this young man right here phenomenal and we got a chance to see the fruits of his labor at the Toronto Film Festival we promote movies a lot of time what would be like everything still.

"walter mcmillan" Discussed on Katie Couric

Katie Couric

09:10 min | 1 year ago

"walter mcmillan" Discussed on Katie Couric

"Got eight thing up in that mad when all young thank you is that look like a man who accuse Walter mcmillen is played by Jamie Foxx? It's so familiar because black men. The perception of us is yeah. He probably did it so easily. He's put on death row when no trial and there he sits in a hopeless plays because I visited death row before for another movie. And the worst thing you can give a person in death row is is hope and there. He sits in as he sits all of a sudden he. He doesn't know what at the time but his angel walks in his Bryan Stevenson. Play wonderfully by Michael Jordan. The movie and They set out to do something. Remarkable Michael B Jordan not only plays Bryan Stevenson. The lawyer who successfully overturned Walter McMillan's death sentence but he's also producer on the film and had a big hand in getting financed as a black man in America. I thought it was really important and be involved with the story learning about Brian's thieves and as such a late age I felt I was shocked that he wasn't more of a household name When I found out about his work at a chance of listening to watch his Ted talk read his memoir Hours blown away by the work that he was doing behind closed doors without any real true support. So I felt like I could lend myself my platform. I'm medium to Help telling his story and getting in this story out to the masses. First Time visited death-row wasn't expecting to meet somebody to same age as me grew up on the same music from the neighborhood just like ours but stepping into the role of his real life hero Bryan Stevenson who's also soft spoken spoken and restrained took a different set of acting skills for the Black Panther Star. I think emotionally positions that Brian Steven has been in through this movie throughout out his His time as being a defense attorney you know specimen deep South the obstacles he had to encounter. I naturally would've reacted much different so to know that he is such a reserve person that he did take his pride in his Eagle and put it to the side for the betterment of of his clients. Knowing that you know him emotionally reacting wouldn't wouldn't get anything done and that type of way so you so strategic and so so methodical and how he moves You know it was a challenge to go against sometimes your natural reaction things and and And play more reserved and choice all right and you're right. He did it because he knew that was the means to the end. He wanted to achieve me. Well how did Michael Convince you or did it take any convincing. I'm no my for for a long time. Sort of his mentor of have Watson grow up so I was humbled and honored to get that call from him and there was some personal things that we talked about. But the one thing that I could tell you that in our businesses is hard are defined people that are stand up people and he says I want you to be in this film and basically he was given my My artistic integrity back in a sense and I said Hey. Hey I'm in with both feet of because I think what what what I'll say about Michael BS at its biggest star in the world and he could do anything he wants to But I think what was was amazing of a what is amazing about careers when he laid the DNA of narratives like this and fruitvale station where he took all of our hearts and And emotions nations in and just and just wowed us and then take that same narrative to the biggest movie ever of black pathway plays kill Maga which is supposedly Rosalie the villain but if you listen to what he was saying even as a villain his narrative for us on the biggest stage still talking about our culture. What we need is so now to me? This completes an artistic sentence of of mini paragraphs that he's GonNa right but just mercy is the most important movie that I've ever been involved all because of the fact of the introduction of Bryan Stevenson because Bryan Stevenson says and deals with talks about everyday everything that we everything that we talk about on social media. But don't know where to go rhino things. Were you looking on social media. You'll be so mad about. I see this black teen or I see this person so these atrocities happens and we'll get on and we'll we'll comment about it but this gives us an opportunity to come see a movie which is not only art of Buddhist educationalist inspirational perspective. He has so much perspective in it. So listen I get I get upset when people people would say about a black man that speak so well but then. I found myself saying this abroad. Brian Season that he speaks a well but not speaking so well. It's it's what he's saying he's telling us about our past. He's tell us about what we need to get a what we need to get to. How how bad things are? But he's saying chanted in a way that everyone could be inclusive. These events happen thirty years ago but against the backdrop of black lives matter. Her and I think a modern reckoning of all these issues and the genesis out the problem you must feel like this is more relevant than ever never before to really explore how we got here and that's what I think. Brian does so beautifully kind of connects threads in history from Reconstruction Jim Crow Segregation to what is modern day segregation really de facto segregation. The thing is is that you can see it now. You know years back. We didn't have social media. And now you can actually go on your your phone and see atrocities today. Modern Day two thousand nineteen in the twenty of something going bad because of the persons of color of skin you see a young You see a black man being treated a certain way or shot and killed for or a traffic stop. Starting off. Your blinker was out something small and he ends up dead. And then you see someone who's not black Jack White carry out an crazy atrocity and they apprehend then they take them to get something thing to eat. Brian Season has been fighting this fight in the shadows for years. So that's why this movie is so important. Is this important for everybody to rally behind it. Because I I always say what happens in. The hood usually gets to the suburbs. So eventually these types of things will will will will touch you in some. I'm tired of waste so like I said the movie does something and I haven't seen a movie do especially when people get a chance to watch it with other people. What are the qualities? You admire most about Bryan Stevenson humility. His drive is focused His strategic way in which he moves and thanks his selflessness his his heart compassion his persistent His his unwavering persistence. James says all the time he doesn't fatigue you know the guy Is Non Stop for Supreme Court case at the Supreme Court case back to set back the Supreme Court. You know he's constantly latest panels. Right exactly I just I just think his his his courage rich. You know Being a young man from the south you know sometimes it makes you took your blackness end sometime like I've been in situations whereas I man I don't know and to see someone someone who lives in the South and able to speak truth to people who Who Don't have a fineness of you? I think it's amazing and I think it's amazing to of that. He does it Like you told me. Pro Pro Bono that he does sometimes Even now he said he goes through things things that you know. He showed up to the courtroom and the judge thought he was actually You know he was on trial. Try Your over there. So the things is it. I think that that his his patients is patients with With a system that is flawed when it comes to African Americans I think it's amazing. We all benefit from his patients. Well I have been such a huge fan of his for many years and I'm just so happy that the two of you are going to hopefully early make him a household name. Thanks to just mercy thank you thank you both for you up next. We'll have more with Bryan Stevenson and his latest battle against the death penalty. And how he's trying to reframe this country's historical narrative by zooming the ghosts of our past. I I'd.

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"walter mcmillan" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

11:07 min | 1 year ago

"walter mcmillan" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Hi this is Donna true story of a about a dish you said do we have a someone who was on wasn't as she she talks about the woman the the the real woman she's playing in the movie is based on civil rights lawyer Bryan Stevenson spark about rescuing Walter McMillan played by Jamie Foxx from Alabama's death row and Michael B. Jordan please this a civil rights lawyer Bryan Stevenson in the movie a young Harvard lawyer who skips the big box and head south to defend black people who've been route railroaded or rightly convicted pro bono and you're actually gonna cry at this movie but Roger Friedman said is the blame this movie is so really yeah okay so here's the brie Larson talking about eva and see the character she plays tell me about what why she inspires you so much I mean what I love about her and in her the depiction of her in this film is it shows you don't just have to be a lawyer to get involved with things involving justice she was a a mom who noticed that something was going wrong in her town and so she just took the initiative herself so for anyone who watches the film or is listening now like you don't have to think that the system is so big that you can get involved there so much that can be done and I think bringing the power but first back to ourselves and recognizing that our systems are made up of people is just such an important thing to remember yeah and it's I I I'll have to look and see if Jamie Foxx or Michael B. Jordan are gonna be maybe on Fallon tonight I don't have to look at food because they were all in New York they did screen the movie last night for critics last night in New York and Roger Freeman was there he said this is such a thoughtful wonderfully made movie it's just so weird how it's been promoted or lack or around there Michael B. Jordan at this panel that they had he said I am the most proud to be involved with this movie because it's this true story I was lucky enough to be part of the Marvel and so is pre Larson but this is like really at it could be that there's just no money well weren't city near which is a shame so anyway I did want to just give it some of it does open Christmas day Roger Friedman said it it's it's just wonderful and he he felt it was going to get how green book build buzz right with word of mouth and he's thinking that could still happen where does open Christmas day bright green book just opened earlier in the season before the nominations were doing everything because you know we're on the xcelerated nominations right on this year so you can see he is please see this movie starting Christmas day tell your friends spread the word and so I love that that about Roger and then the movie right now is at eighty two percent on rotten tomatoes but of course that's not all the reviews and stuff not in here's just one more cut from brie Larson what's on your Christmas wish list this year I mean this sounds just like maybe it's kinda lame but I just feel like this year was so they were so much abundance for me so I'm really focusing on on on charitable donations so easy I got work if you can help these these people because of this film there is getting so many people reaching out to them needing support so if you have anything extra to get over it and if you feel like your life is full and you don't need a physical object hope somebody get legal splendor I thought that was great because you don't think it that often and we met someone who does work for people on the border at some party this fall and she's a font yeah actually it's friend friend of mine that does the same yeah how I did it but it's kind of amazing the problem is she does for people on the border right so it's kind of an different way of looking at it you know brie Larson we haven't seen and we got to know her when she won the award for Best Actress for room with Jacob Trombley the little kid yeah I lived in the room but she also was in and I've never seen the movie the glass castle she played Jeannette walls of trade and we've never seen I've never have you ever seen it I never said I and then she of course is I had a vendor yeah cat captain Marvel you choose great that's yeah and so they were trying to ask is there any captain Marvel things you can tell us no no there now and the movie just mercy is also the name of Bryan Stevenson a lawyer that Michael B. Jordan place the name of his work that he asked about it just just mercy is what that is hold I do you want to do interviews in your pajamas where can we get the jam was with that feathers around that will do you've got is only machine could we just got a little fringe for us yeah ostrich feather I've got all kinds of men's style pajamas give me a pair of if we can find I did see okay of that movie good boys with the little boys so three hours and stuff thrown in there it is so hysterical I was making so much noise on the plane watching that movie and she kept currently it is laugh out loud funny three boy I want to see because it's it's on demand right now you got to watch it absolutely it will put you it will make you laugh and laugh and it's just it's really really good it's really good they have a very funny it's just a very funny movie and I hadn't hadn't really seen Jake up Trembley in anything since I'm sure he's been in things but he's do they solve a caper they just each story about a boy is you know in fifth third's six grade something like that and being interested in that maybe they're older maybe there's six and seven but you know they were added to a kissing party yeah that's kind of how it starts but it is it's a coming of age movie and it's the laugh out loud funny how fun Hey so the other thing Kristen Stewart was chosen I want to get your take on this was chosen as actors of the decade by the Hollywood critics association and of course she what is we did see her as a little kid Acteon opposite of Jodie foster in panic room she played I don't have answers the daughter you never saw that movie now I never ever saw that but while and of course she's there she worked before she played Bella in twilight in two thousand and eight but is she really the actors of the day well I just look ari and looking at movies and really because all the bell and the twilight star for the last one was in twenty year rule twelve yeah so there were two of them she was in the clouds of sils Maria I saw that that was pretty good yeah she was and personal shopper she's in the Class no one and I don't know it doesn't feel like suburbia she doesn't feel like I would think alike in admire I am a reason somebody old now you know what Charlie Nicole Kidman no kidding I mean she's kind of been in everything if you think I like to give them to the young kids Larry I guess trendy it's it's trendy band you know they really the the Charlie angels reboot I eight don't know why that bombed so bad the way people in at all yeah that's right have you already you already have told us why and I agree they didn't have enough stars because I loved watching the you know the one right before with Drew Barrymore inch and Cameron dare diarias yeah I like I like that one just getting back then like going back I've had a chance to breathe then that Top Gun Gary Taylor that don says yes and I think if there's any way they can fix this in editing room the thing it's like going to a store in the next day you wake up and you can have I got to go back and get those shoes or that dress or whatever now that I've thought about that trailer and I can like today sigh the one thing I didn't like was miles teller's and miles teller mustache his unfortunate to have that because he's goose's sign is that at the mustache but not a dirt mustache Lori what is it your mustache Johnny knows every he ground one when you get it's always it really grow one can't really great when you have a thermostat I'm fortunate it some Ford believe they can't deal with CG I because everything is done that way Justin Bieber Julia okay mustache I don't know maybe it maybe maybe I missed remembering what the mustache look like but I don't feel like if I look at that again I eat I wanted I want a hot stash the miles teller it actually is pretty full Laurie is it but there's maybe it's he's we're going the most than miss remember it is a thermostat he it's a big mustache and okay and we're used to seeing him without one how bout that he he he looks out the Lori I'm gonna take a better pictures okay Gary let me look at it yeah as I lock radar radar a Top Gun is coming almost twenty years yeah later that's a full mustache no that is a difference of opinion yeah I'm sure yeah I'm talking thick lush her aunt it's not as long alright fine you can be crabby about that it can be you can be with you saying I'm crabby but having an opinion that they won't be known as the crappy three hour show because that's all we do I was on a new name yeah I know I full messaging me say that I think it's unfortunate facial here it's not working for me I I miss remembered it as a dirt mustache it's not grabbing me in the morning it's not it's thinner it's more yeah I agree it's like it's it's a little thinner than you'd want to be cruise has to always be the most attractive person in the movie and what is your Tom Cruise probably maybe miles can really grow a good full porn star stash and Tom psalm in it and he realized the reaction he's like no we need to trim that up and make it look more girly more thirty is kind of you know old Clark Gable more clipped in travel his time has to be the most attractive man in the movies I'm sorry I just wanna make sure I understand your Val Kilmer's character does not have a mustache that was yeah right so yeah Steve okay I'm just characters.

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"walter mcmillan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

10:30 min | 2 years ago

"walter mcmillan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Not torture. who is this being written and produced by. send the report is written and directed by Scott burns who eat your people he does I think he works with me not sorry I am to be drinking to teacher and that young for bad ourselves without a break but I am I honestly think the stating so excited for it. Annette Benning as you said love your life get to see your twice. actress I think she's the most compelling actor she's right she's a really smart person to. yes exactly and she's also that a movie yet the castle called hope gap which is all of the things with the complete opposite of the report instead of being so it's sort of like a very moving like drama about marriage and divorce and moving on with your life so I I like so curious to see how she can hello two wildly different told these. another exciting film ed that's getting a lot of press is being produced by Michael B. Jordan's production company and it stars as well Michael B. Jordan folks member he's complex our Black Panther in the creed series exactly based on the book by someone is that we've had as a guest on the show Bryan Stevenson so what is the premises of this film just mercy. president. as far as I know just mercy is about as you said brains even sending who took on the case of Walter McMillan who was put in prison for murder and this has been getting a lot of really good bye everyone I talk to about it I this is getting better I talk to about it is you know really raving about how it's really emotional and also how Michael B. Jordan is getting a really incredible and performance. haven't seen Sundays because as you as you said before he has been doing a lot of that stuff recently signed excited to see him go back to something a little bit smaller. a beautiful day in the neighborhood. is a biopic about Mister Rogers who is playing was a Rogers. makes sense somehow in the universe. yeah. I. also directed by mark Heller a really incredible director she last year had the most like because you only can you ever forgive me and I'm she I think it's one of the most exciting and interesting characters works in Hollywood right now I think that's what he and honestly the river and major work contender I'm sorry interested in her kind of films and would you call this you've got a big star like Tom Hanks is this a big still or a small film meaning like intimate or is it a big Tom Hanks vehicle. no I I would I think it is in two minutes because it is so taxing but at the same time it is you know that calm checks he's not like you what about the actors in the world so definitely adds a lot of gravitas but I think this will be you know something that most the trunk of his you know I like a lot of movies first off it shows that because he is so good and at my guess is hunter Harris were talking about what screening at the Toronto International Film Festival okay so everybody's been talking about Joaquin Phoenix in the joker anyone the tiff tribute award last night up it's really into have a clip from his his acceptance speech is really touching he mentions because real family of actors including of his brother the late river Phoenix any third acting ways by eight years old they took a break at some point so here's a clip of Joaquin Phoenix with acceptance speech were expensive expresses gratitude for his family was fifteen or sixteen. my brother river came home from work and had a VH VHS copy of a movie called raging bull. and he sat me down and maybe watch it. and the next day he woke me up and maybe once again. and he said you're gonna start asking again this is what you're gonna do and he didn't ask me told me and I am indebted to to him for that because act is given me. such incredible life. what are people saying about his performance as the joker. I've heard a lot of I've heard a lot of good things I thought last night the premiere and really to Bosnia real was that he is a definite lock for as Best Actor nomination that's really exciting I know myself didn't own deluded but he is definitely a democratically an incredibly magnetic performance and that even when it is so hard to watch it's a lot about loneliness and isolation of the mental elements of course but he and he really carries the movie every scene he's at it's interesting there's been some conversations about that the joker in the idea that it's it renders a mass murderers a character to sort of sympathize with is this the goal the film or is it just that Joaquin Phoenix is such a charismatic actor but you can't help but feel the joker. you know I don't think so I really expected that there would be that would be a lot more out there but it honestly felt like a pretty standard you know nothing was so shocking to me I think the movie is it really doesn't sympathize with him but he does really present him pretty objectively although definitely. in any in any way but yeah I know I I don't think it's like a super sympathetic portrait of you know in and sell it just is really presenting at serve objectively and then letting you. into this person's mind. there are rave reviews for Hugh Jackman play against type in the film bad education who does he play in the film. oh my gosh okay in are Ben education within the story your doctor in playing a chord ministry that. but to get. timed out in like an embezzlement scheme he and his like close superintendent or I definitely minister that have bands are kicking money's on the school district honestly an incredible performance it should be goes between sort of being tragic and also who we are yeah and I really really enjoyed it no I think the best performance has been for a long time. there have been more stories written that Jennifer Jennifer Lopez is having her Oscar moment in the film hustlers if this all star cast but she's really been singled out in a way that people when people first are talking about her as an actress with out of sight at do you agree with this assessment that this could be heard heard timing an Oscar nomination. I absolutely I could taken after giving to jail right now I what because so compelling and helpers I think the movie is really hard since her national creates mass she knew and give her one of the best roles that you've ever had as a kind of love affair like yours whose running this whole area has spoken unseen scheme to use all three guys age she's only and and kind of. scaring and some scenes but also it's like it it really plays with her star power and the way by a green card. we can't talk about this film vessel without talking about Joe Joe rabbit take a what TT he directs it any also please Hitler can you explain that. I honestly can't. does a rabbit but your case I don't know how familiar with his work for Marvel that he liked that. maybe perfect person to take on something that on the first album you know insane in Outlander but he does have a very why did you work on site you know exactly how old people respond to it yeah he just won the Ebert director award for this film and you wrote that the directors been described the movie as a satire against war and nationalism. how so. I I'm sorry can write that I don't know I'm sorry. no no you're totally fine I I am the. how does a rather and have a discourse around on for all he has I thank you for the most interesting directors working right now and this is like all the by they've heard it and it's going to be you know what. inside and he wrote door and for people who aren't aware what film even really excited about. is really incredible on them thank all the flooding he exactly brothers movie starring Adam Sandler and also a really incredible collection Kevin going at. I was very surprised about the brothers I don't know how clean our with their time but they like working with people who don't really have a lot of experience acting and have a very active as it's like hello there also. a compelling performance and in this movie ads out and finally really quickly knives out. it's like a big who done it. I. I don't even know early on you might know what's going to happen. twists and turns he solving the murder of the salt. aging super rich mystery writer patriarch is really interesting and so many great people in this movie I mean our I. Chris my gosh because I've been on Jimmy Lee Curtis don Johnson is really good hunter Harris we appreciate you taking time out your busy viewing schedule to join us here on all of it thanks for the update. thank you so much. you.

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"walter mcmillan" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"walter mcmillan" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"To sybil parking and scooters in grocery stores so this ablebodied woman was out there doing all the things real disabled people are accused of all the time and on top of that she's torture and her daughter making her go through procedures she didn't need and it's probably go into inevitably kill her daughter yeah the story makes me pretty angry and i think it shed it's a terrible thing we didn't while too much on that aspect of it but i can see from the disabled person's point of view how shitty things mrs oh absolutely using this charities like she did in every area of all i have a case suggestion from amanda she says she loves our podcast so that's great i would love for you to cover the case of random morrison from monrovia ill alabama they 1980's early 1990s she was a pretty eighteen year old white girl working at a cleaners raped and killed one saturday morning walter mcmillan a black man was convicted and sentenced to death row basically because two white men implicated him later he was exonerated the cases on solved there was a book written on it circumstantial evidence i hope my information is accurate because i'm going strictly by memory thank you so i looked up this case and walter mcmillan got out of prison after prosecutors conceded that he'd spent six years on alabama's death row because of perjured testimony and evidence withheld from his lawyers so this is really interesting and i think that's another one that's worthy of covering for sure so thanks amanda yoga word see we always group reached for jewish and we do that really takes a lot of we don't have to think too much about cases because people do it for a few people for him up for liberal ochre here's another possible truces from jacobs voice this was about the william pirot abduction okay thanks for during the story enormously story.

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"walter mcmillan" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"walter mcmillan" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"Amanda ems's there would love for you to cover the case of rhonda marcin from monroe ville alabama late eighty's early '90s she's a pretty 18yearold wedged female working at editor cleaners she was raped and killed on saturday morning walter mcmillan a black man was convicted and sentenced to death row basically because two white men implicated him he was exonerated later and the cases unsolved there's a book written circumstantial evidence hope my information is accurate going strictly on memory thanks okay okay yeah we can look into that one rhodes dealer i always like it if there is a booker to written because then you can really get some details so i have a note here from rosy and it's in response to mean girls the chandezon share case which was our most recent one and this is about children who kill hence little bit lengthy but i think it's great so i'm going to read it so rosy says while you've done it again made me think the case of coercion to share actually made me cry she seemed very trusting in naive and why shouldn't she of ben she was a child with depressing frequency new stories keep coming up about one of the most perplexing of all crimes homicide committed by children and teens i am a social worker working with families have disturbed children so this episode was of particular interest to me as recent research has shed light on children who murder experts have become troubled about the intensification of youthful homicide seidel behavior statistics compiled by the federal.

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