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Sundays With Cate
Cate Blanchett in 'Veronica Guerin'

Sundays With Cate

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2022 72:40


This week we go back to Cate Blanchett's early career and another one of her "titular" roles, playing Irish journalist Veronica Guerin (2003). To discuss Joel Schumacher's film, Murtada welcomes illustrator and designer Dash Silva to the podcast. This wide ranging conversation also covers Blue Jasmine, The Aviator, the accent work of Meryl Streep and a few of this year's best actress awards contenders including Lady Gaga, Jessica Chastain and Kristen Stewart.  Hosted, Produced and Edited by Murtada Elfadl.Support the show (https://ko-fi.com/sundayswithcate)

IntercutPod
SAG NOMINEES, SUNDANCE GOES VIRTUAL (AGAIN) & EUPHORIA RETRUNS #121

IntercutPod

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 96:16


Kristen Stewart gets snubbed by the Screen Actors Guild. The wildest high school on television is back after the Season 2 premiere of Euphoria. The 2022 Sundance Film Festival shifts to an all-virtual format. Kevin Feige & Tom Holland think Spider-Man: No Way Home deserves some Oscars recognition. Live-streamed on January 12, 2022 If you like this podcast share it and leave us a 5-star review on Apple Podcasts! www.theatzshow.com/intercut Patreon - Patreon.com/IntercutPod Discord - discord.gg/WHvfFGARd2 Facebook - Facebook.com/IntercutPod Instagram - Instagram.com/IntercutPod Twitter - Twitter.com/IntercutPod YouTube - YouTube.com/IntercutPod

The Film Vault
Top 5 Female Actors on the Verge of Their First Oscar

The Film Vault

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 60:38


Bryan and Anderson are back to finish what they started as they predict the Top 5 Female Actors on the Verge of Their First Oscar with decider Jordan Montgomery. TFV Patreon is Here for Even More Film Vault NEW MERCH PAGE is HERE!  Listener Art: David Brewington Featured Artists: Marius Paxcow Subscribe to Anderson's Video Reviews Here. Buy Bryan's Book Shrinkage Here CONNECT WITH US: Instagram: @AndersonAndBryan Facebook.com/TheFilmVault Twitter: @TheFilmVault HAVE A CHAT WITH ANDY HERE ATTY & ANDY: DIRECTED BY A FOUR-YEAR-OLD Subscribe Atty and Andy's Youtube Channel Here THE COLD COCKLE SHORTS RULES OF REDUCTION MORMOAN THE CULT OF CARANO Please Give Groupers a Rotten Tomatoes Audience Score Here Please Rate It on IMDB Here The Blu-ray, US The Blu-ray, International Groupers is now available on these platforms. On Amazon On Google Play  On iTunes On Youtube On Tubi On Vudu

Les Grosses Têtes
Lady Di : quel objet surprenant gardait-elle toujours avec elle ?

Les Grosses Têtes

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 2:18


Pour la sortie de "Spencer" sur Amazon Prime, consacré à Lady Diana avec Kristen Stewart dans le rôle principal, découvrez quel objet aussi surprenant que choquant, transportait Lady Di. En fait tout est parti d'une farce et comme Lady Di adorait ça, son Bodyguard décide de lui en faire une en 1992. Cette saison, les Grosses Têtes vous proposent de découvrir ou redécouvrir le nouveau podcast de Florian Gazan. Dans "Ah Ouais ?", Florian Gazan répond en une minute chrono à toutes les questions essentielles, existentielles, parfois complètement absurdes, qui vous traversent la tête. Un podcast RTL Originals.   Découvrez la page Facebook Officielle des "Grosses Têtes" : https://www.facebook.com/lesgrossestetesrtl/ Retrouvez vos "Grosses Têtes" sur Instagram : https://bit.ly/2hSBiAo Découvrez le compte Twitter Officiel des "Grosses Têtes" : https://bit.ly/2PXSkkz Toutes les vidéos des "Grosses Têtes" sont sur YouTube : https://bit.ly/2DdUyGg

FM4 Film Talk
110. FM4 Film Podcast: Kristen Stewart & Spencer

FM4 Film Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 58:00


Anlässlich des Biopic-Dramas "Spencer" schwärmen Pia Reiser und Christian Fuchs über die erstaunliche Karriere der kalifornischen Schauspielerin, die vom Teen-Blockbuster ins Arthouse-Kino führte.

Quoi de Meuf
#161 - QDM de Poche - Le film "Spencer" de Pablo Larraín

Quoi de Meuf

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2022 20:03


Dans quelques jours sortira, sur la plateforme Prime Vidéo, le film Spencer de Pablo Larrain. Ce biopic en huis clos, au sein de la famille royale, retrace les derniers jours précédant la décision de Diana de mettre fin à son mariage avec le Prince Charles, en 1991. Le rôle de la princesse au destin brisé est incarné par Kristen Stewart. Alors, où se situe la pertinence d'un énième objet culturel à propos de Diana et de la famille royale ? Ou encore, l'actrice est-elle à la hauteur d'un tel rôle ? Clémentine Gallot et Kaoutar Harchi l'ont vu et répondent à ces questions dans ce nouvel épisode court de Quoi de Meuf. Les références entendues dans l'épisode : Spencer de Pablo Larrain (2022)Jackie de Pablo Larrain (2016)The Crown de Peter Morgan et Stephen Daldry (2016)Diana de Oliver Hirschbiegel (2013)Diana : the musical de David Bryan et Joe Dipietro (2021)Amy de Asif Kapadia (2015)Quoi de Meuf est une émission de Nouvelles Écoutes. Rédaction en chef : Clémentine Gallot. Journaliste chroniqueuse : Kaoutar Harchi. Mixage et montage : Laurie Galligani. Prise de son par Thibault Delage à l'Arrière Boutique. Générique réalisé par Aurore Meyer Mahieu. Réalisation et coordination : Cassandra de Carvalho et Mathilde Jonin.Le podcast Quoi de Meuf devient un livre : 100 oeuvres cultes à connaitre quand on est féministe ! Est-il possible de chérir des œuvres imparfaites ? Comment représenter les violences sexuelles ? Faut-il séparer l'homme de l'artiste ? Que faire des œuvres problématiques ? Quelles sont les films, séries, livres, albums indispensables à son éducation féministe ? Clémentine Gallot, Kaoutar Harchi, Anne-Laure Pineau, Pauline Verduzier et Emeline Amétis apportent leurs réponses (subjectives !) à ces questions en vous présentant une sélection d'œuvres qui les ont nourries et marquées dans la construction de leur féminisme ! Le livre est disponible en librairie depuis le 24 novembre, et il est possible de le commander ici : https://tidd.ly/3E2admVSee Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Filmriss
Filmriss 15.01.2022

Filmriss

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 102:01


Wiederauferstehungen und Geburtstage: Neben Diana von Wales (SPENCER mit Kristen Stewart) und SCREAM (mit Courteney Cox) gibt es heute den überaus erfolgreichen Ignoranz-ARMAGEDDON namens DON’T LOOK UP (Mark Rylance mit großen Zähnen) und HARRY POTTER 20th ANNIVERSARY (Daniel Radcliffe mit Geheimratsecken) mit jeweils großem Staraufgebot zu besprechen.

Kultur heute Beiträge - Deutschlandfunk
Lady Di - Kristen Stewart als Diana in "Spencer"

Kultur heute Beiträge - Deutschlandfunk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 5:17


Suchsland, Rüdigerwww.deutschlandfunk.de, Kultur heuteDirekter Link zur Audiodatei

Ryde or Wrong - Der Filmpodcast
Folge 110: Top 10 2021 - Die besten Filme des Jahres

Ryde or Wrong - Der Filmpodcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 158:55


Zum ersten Mal seit Folge 100 wieder vereint wirft die Ryde-or-Wrong-Crew in dieser Folge ihren gewohnten Blick in die Vergangenheit und bespricht das Filmjahr 2021! Jörn, Patrick und Joe Ryder gehen dabei ihre persönlichen Top-10-Listen durch, und besprechen eine große Zahl von Bonuskategorien und Aufgaben aus dem letzten und für das neue Jahr. Übersicht: 0:00:00 - Frage der Woche: "Was ist der Film aus diesem Jahr, an den ihr euch am wenigsten erinnern könnt?" 0:01:30 - Die Top-10-Filme des Jahres 2021 1:32:58 - Bonuskategorien! Erreichen könnt ihr uns wie immer unter www.facebook.com/rydeorwrong, https://twitter.com/RydeWrongPod oder per E-Mail unter rydeorwrongpodcast@gmail.com. Unser Episodenarchiv findet ihr auf https://rydeorwrong.podcaster.de. Alle Musik von Willi im Wald: http://williimwald.bandcamp.com //// ACHTUNG, SPOILER! //// Hier ist die Gesamtübersicht über die besprochenen Filme: // Joe Ryder: 10. The Tragedy of Macbeth 09. Batman: The Long Halloween 08. Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City 07. Pig 06. Der Rausch 05. Titane 04. The Father 03. The Suicide Squad 02. The Green Knight 01. Spider-Man: No Way Home // Patrick: 10. Bo Burnham: Inside 09.F9: The Fast Saga 08. Shiva Baby 07. The Green Knight 06. In the Heights 05. Wheel of Fortune and Fantasy 04. Der Rausch 03. Red Post on Escher Street 02. Violet Evergarden: The Movie 01. Annette // Jörn: 10. The Matrix Resurrections 09. Red Post on Escher Street 08. The Green Knight 07. Der Rausch 06. Demon Slayer: The Movie 05. Belle 04. Goody Goody Gumdrops: A Tropical Fuckstorm Film 03. The Suicide Squad 02. Titane 01. Evangelion 3.0 + 1.0: Thrice Upon a Time — Der schlechteste Film des Jahres: Halloween Kills / Deadly Illusions / Jolt — Gute Vorsätze (bzw. Aufgaben) für das neue Jahr: Joe Ryder: 3 Filme aus alten Future Reviews / 3 Filme mit Bier Patrick: 3 Filme, wo es spukt / 3 Filme mit Tier Jörn: 3 Filme, die in gleichen Listen mit Naked Lunch auftauchen / 3 Filme aus alten Top 10s — Filme die WIR nicht verstanden haben: Dune / One Night in Miami / Der Snyder Cut — Filme die DIE nicht verstanden haben: Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City / F9: The Fast Saga / Monster Hunter — Der „WTF geht hier ab?“-Film des Jahres: Malignant / fate/stay night heaven's feel iii. spring song / Prisoners of the Ghostland — The Ryde Person for the Wrong Job: Woody Harrelson (Venom: Let There Be Carnage) / Michael B Jordan (Space Jam 2: A New Legacy) / Mary Elizabeth Winstead (Kate) — Die Film-Asis des Jahres: Offensichtlicher Asi: - / Alexia (Titane) / Die Bauern (Dead Pigs) Hintenrum der Asi: Die Eternals (Eternals) / Riley Keough (Zola) / Bo Burnham (Promising Young Woman) — Filme, die besser mit Joe in der Hauptrolle gewesen wären: Shang-Chi / Kaiserschmarrndrama / Monster Hunter — Bester Film von 2020, den wir erst 2021 gesehen haben: fate/stay night heaven's feel ii. lost butterfly / The Painter and the Thief / Bacurau — Prognose für den besten Film 2022: Prisoners of the Ghostland / Thor: Love and Thunder / The Northman — Top 10 Filme auf Netflix/Prime: 10. The French Dispatch (N/A) 9. The Power of the Dog (Netflix) 8. Der Sailor Moon Crystal Film, aber der zweite Teil (Netflix) 7. Don't Look Up (Netflix) 6. The Lost Daughter (Netflix) 5. Jolt (Prime) 4. Boss Level (Prime) 3. Violet Evergarden: The Movie (Netflix) 2. Der Sailor Moon Crystal Film, aber der erste Teil (Netflix) 1. Neon Genesis Evangelion 3.0 + 1.0 - 4.0 + End of - Neon Genesis (Prime) — Oscarprognosen: Timothy Charlemagne als Dingo Atreides in Dune, bestes Bühnenbild Space Jam, bester internationaler Film Kaiserschmarrndrama, bester Recut Snyder Cut / The Power of the Dog & Jane Campion / Benedict Cumberbatch für Power of the Dog, Tobey Maguire für Spider-Man (männlich und weiblich), Kristen Stewart für Spencer, bester Film End of Evangelion, Razzies für Eternals — Eine letzte Bonusempfehlung: Deadly Illusion / Some Kind of Heaven / FF7Remake PC mit Cloud Dress Mod Folge direkt herunterladen

Generation Beziehungsunfähig
Die Dating-Trends 2022 - Hoffnung oder Verzweiflung? #53

Generation Beziehungsunfähig

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 43:46


Die Pandemie hat unser Dating-Leben komplett auf den Kopf gestellt. Das persönliche Kennenlernen in Bars, Clubs, etc gab es plötzlich nicht mehr. Die Dating-App Badoo hat seine Nutzer gefragt, inwieweit sich ihr Dating geändert hat. Ob die Ergebnisse Hoffnung machen – darüber sprechen wir in dieser Folge und gleichen sie auch gleich mit unseren eigenen Dating-Erfahrungen ab. ////// Unser Sponsor für diese Folge ist der Film „Spencer“ – mit Kristen Stewart als Lady Diana Der Film gibt tiefe Einblicke in die Gefühlswelt von Lady Diana, in ihr Leben (und Leiden) hinter der Fassade des britischen Königshauses. Infos sowie Ticket-Links findest du hier: http://tickets.dcmstories.com/spencerDE ///// Tickets für Michaels Lesung am 06. April 2022 in Berlin: https://bit.ly/3qj4NQX Hörer-Mails an: podcast@michaelnast.com Folge uns auf Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/generation__beziehungsunfaehig/ Marie auf Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/marie_raumer/ Michael auf Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/michaelnast/ Michael auf Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MichaelNastOfficial Michaels aktuelles Buch "Generation Beziehungsunfähig. Die Lösungen" findest du hier: https://amzn.to/3CHwXaQ Alle Bücher von Michael findest du hier: https://amzn.to/3pVWPLP

Fazit - Kultur vom Tage - Deutschlandfunk Kultur
Lady-Di-Film "Spencer" mit Kristen Stewart - Prinzessin im goldenen Käfig

Fazit - Kultur vom Tage - Deutschlandfunk Kultur

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 6:59


In "Spencer" zeigt Regisseur Pablo Larraín ein Weihnachtsfest bei den Royals: Lady Di, überragend gespielt von Kristen Stewart, ist umgeben von einer gefühllosen Familie. Pastellfarbene Bilder verfremden die Geschichte um eine verstörte Prinzessin.Von Jörg Taszmanwww.deutschlandfunkkultur.de, FazitDirekter Link zur Audiodatei

Strong Female Lead
S3 E22: Happiest Season

Strong Female Lead

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 55:51


Did we miss it? Hopefully, everyone has a little extra holiday spirit and will indulge us with the Happiest Season starring our GOAT(?) Kristen Stewart???    Rate - Review- Subscribe!  IG: StrongFemalePOD TW: SFL_Chicago

Eine Stunde Film - Deutschlandfunk Nova
Synchronsprecher - Rick Kavanian alias Drakula: Das Persönlichkeits-Chamäleon

Eine Stunde Film - Deutschlandfunk Nova

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 51:46


Rick Kavanian ist eine absolute Naturgewalt, wenn es darum geht, allein mit seiner Stimme zig unterschiedliche Persönlichkeiten anzunehmen. Ab Freitag macht er das wieder in "Hotel Transsylvanien 4" als Drakula, in dieser Ausgabe "Eine Stunde Film" ist er unser Gast. Außerdem sprechen wir mit den zwei neuen Regisseuren des alten "Scream" Franchises über Teil 5 und schauen uns Kristen Stewart als Lady Di in "Spencer" an.*********************Weitere Ausgaben von "Eine Stunde Film": - Das Klassentreffen der Harry-Potter-Stars - Matrix, Teil 4: Viel Vertrautes, technische Neuerungen - Spiderspiderspider Manmanman********Mehr Informationen zu "Eine Stunde Film" gibt es hier.********Folgt uns auf Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dlfnova/

It's This Meets That
Trailer Trash: The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn: Part 1

It's This Meets That

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 34:49


The boys are back for 2022 with a new Trailer Trash, now with even more title colons! Happy new year, y'all! And Russ and Jared are coming in hot with what y'all are craving, more Twilight. This time it's The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn: Part 1 (2011) starring Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson, Taylor Lautner, Ashley Greene, Michael Sheen, Nikki Reed, and Jackson Rathbone. Tune in to hear about the trailer and a new ITMT character... and then stay tuned for the full scene-by-scene breakdown next week!

Kulturreportaget i P1
Tragedin Diana – Kristen Stewart om att spela den mytologiserade prinsessan

Kulturreportaget i P1

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 21:20


I Diana-skildringen "Spencer", som utspelar sig under ett outhärdligt julfirande på godset Sandringham, gestaltar Kristen Stewart prinsessan som letar efter en väg ut ur det kungliga fängelset. P1 Kulturs reporter Karin Svensson träffade henne och regissör Pablo Larreín för att få svar på frågan om vad det är i berättelsen om prinsessan Diana som fortfarande fängslar publiken?

Kulturnytt i P1
Körsång hjälper åldrande hjärnor?

Kulturnytt i P1

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 9:44


Bowies låtkatalog säljs, hypnos på filmfestivalen i Göteborg, intervju med Kristen Stewart som spelar prinsessan Diana på film, recension av Natalia Ginzburgs Små dygder

Little Gold Men
West Side Story, Revisited

Little Gold Men

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 79:05


A look back at the 1861 classic and what the new one taught us about it. Plus conversations with Nina Arianda, Pablo Larrain, and Kristen Stewart. Sign up to receive texts from us at Subtext: https://joinsubtext.com/littlegoldmen Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Female Gayze
Ep 40 | Horse Gay

The Female Gayze

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 36:21


Happy Tuesday, alligayzers!!Ashley and Ness begin by talking about baking bread.For the movie this week,  Ashley and Ness talk about Certain Women (AMC+/Prime). A film that tells three stories about three different women who somehow intertwine... there's some gay longing. They later talk about quails, horse girls, and hot bread.Jump to film - 3.19 TW // being held at gunpoint, mention of suicide, threaten of killing with a machine gun, prison, cops, memory lossThat's it for this episode! Full-length episodes come out weekly on Tuesdays. Shorty episodes come out weekly on Thursdays. See ya later, alligayzers!!Where to find us - https://solo.to/femalegayzepodLeave us a voicemail - (917) 408-3535Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/femalegayzepod)

Sisters Soiree
The Review of Spencer: We Had A Ball!

Sisters Soiree

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2021 10:15


Spencer was recently released in theaters and on HBO. It tells the story of Princess Diana as she struggles to stay in her right mind during her Christmas spent with the Royal Family of England. Kristen Stewart plays the protagonist and though she doesn't look the part at first, she certainly grows into it throughout the film But what about the rest of the film? Is Kristen's performance enough to help the film sail? Or does the movie drown hoping to be compared to the previous adaptations of the princesses' turbulent life? Tune in to find out! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/shahana-shahnain/message

Crowning Around
Episode 27: Spencer (2021) Recap

Crowning Around

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 25, 2021 50:13


Happy Christmas everyone! Grab your KFC, your orange juice, and your headphones for a special holiday edition of Crowning Around! In this episode, Sam Cheung, Carlyn Greenwald, and Ivan Vukovic, three regular everyday Americans, sit down to talk about the 2021 biopic Spencer, starring Kristen Stewart as Princess Diana, with Timothy Spall, Sally Hawkins, and Sean Harris. And if you choose to not listen, may the ghost of Anne Boleyn force you to eat a pearl necklace and then push you down the stairs of your childhood home! Okay, maybe that's a bit extreme... maybe she'll just sew your curtains shut...

Tim Conway Jr. on Demand
Hour 2 | Entertainment Reporting @ConwayShow @MarkTLive @SamOnTv

Tim Conway Jr. on Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 33:50


SAM RUBIN – KTLA Entertainment Reporter // SAM RUBIN – Movies, TV // SAM RUBIN – Bob Iger // SAM RUBIN – James Bond, Kristen Stewart

Latinx Lens
52. Interview with Pablo Larraín

Latinx Lens

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 16:15


Latinx Lens interviews Chilean filmmaker Pablo Larraín about his latest film, "Spencer."  Support us on Patreon!  Please Rate, Review & Subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts! And make sure to follow us on Twitter and Instagram: @latinxlens Follow Catherine on Twitter and Instagram: @thingscatloves  Follow Rosa on Twitter and Instagram: @rosasreviews Theme Music by David Rosen

Movies à La Queer
”Happiest Season” 2020 - The Holigays

Movies à La Queer

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 22, 2021 14:01


Happy Holidays, Fam'! This year has been a crazy one and I apologize for the unannounced hiatus. But, Movies à la Queer will return to its scheduled programming next month, in the beautiful new year of 2022. Thanks to those who still ride with me and this little podcast of mine.  In the meantime, enjoy this re-upload of a new Holiday favorite, "Happiest Season"!    (Mackenzie Davis and Kristen Stewart in "Happiest Season". Courtesy of IMDB) "HAPPIEST SEASON" U.S.A. , 2020 Written / Directed by: Clea DuVall Starring: Kristen Stewart, Mackenzie Davis, Aubrey Plaza IMDB Synopsis: A holiday romantic comedy that captures the range of emotions tied to wanting your family's acceptance, being true to yourself, and trying not to ruin Christmas.   Watch Trailer: Here   Music:  Jose Gomez & Raymond Velez    Follow Movies à la Queer on: Twitter: @MoviesalaQueer Instagram: @Moviesalaqueer MALQ Facebook 

14 going on 40
Episode 39 - Twilight

14 going on 40

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 107:31


"Could you act human? Okay, I have neighbors." - Isabella Swan Picture it - a dark theater in 2008, full of ladies ready to swoon and a few drag-along audience members on an obligatory date night. Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson proceed to bring to life the Young Adult novel with the famous apple on the cover. The fact that the vampires never sleep and sparkle in the sunlight may have had you rolling your eyes but nevertheless, you are in for a treat on this episode! Andrea and Melissa did a re-watch and AWKWARDNESS ENSUED. Join us on this nostalgic ride through the forest!!

We Read It One Night
Ep. 8 - Royal Holiday by Jasmine Guillory

We Read It One Night

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 78:39


Hey pals! Today, we're raving over ROYAL HOLIDAY by Jasmine Guillory. We meet Vivian, a social worker based on Meghan Markle's mom and Alison's new personal hero, as she travels to a royal estate for the Christmas holidays. There she meets our guy Malcolm, the first Black Private Secretary to the Queen. Join us as we follow along on their whirlwind romance and discover why mature characters can sometimes make the best couples.   Brazen banter: Kristen Stewart's future Oscar win! Why we hate British food but love scones! The Aristocats! Cat Scale: 1   Subscribe! Follow! Rate! Review! Tell your friends and family all about us! Connect with us on the interwebs! Instagram: @wereaditonenight Twitter: @wereaditpodcast Facebook: We Read It One Night TikTok: @wereaditonenight Email: wereaditonenight@gmail.com

Movies Are Reel
Discussing the Movies of November 2021

Movies Are Reel

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 103:07


Happy Holidays! The year is somehow wrapping up and we're here to talk about some of the movies that made November of 2021! NOVEMBER Spencer- dir. Pablo Larrain; Kristen Stewart, Jack Farthing, Sally Hawkins, Timothy Spall The Beta Test- dir. Jim Cummings; Jim Cummings, Virginia Newcomb, PJ McCabe, Kevin Changaris, Olivia Grace Applegate Eternals- dir. Chloé Zhao; Gemma Chan, Richard Madden, Angelina Jolie, Kumail Namjiani, Barry Keoghan, Lauren Ridloff, Lia McHugh, Ma Dong-seok, Salma Hayek Clifford the Big Red Dog- dir. Walt Becker; Darby Camp, Jack Whitehall, Izaac Wang, John Cleese Ghostbusters: Afterlife- dir. Jason Reitman; Finn Wolfhard, Mckenna Grace, Paul Rudd, Carrie Coon, Logan Kim, Sad Old Dudes, JK SIMMONS?? tick, tick,....BOOM; dir. Lin-Manuel Miranda; Andrew Garfield, Alexandra Shipp, Robin de Jesús, Vanessa Hudgens, Joshua Henry House of Gucci; dir; Ridley Scott; Lady Gaga, Adam Driver, Jared Leto, Jeremy Irons, Al “Dunc-accino” Pacino, Salma Hayek Home Sweet Home Alone; dir. Dan Mazer; Ellie Kemper, Rob Delaney, Archie Yates, Aisling Bea, Pete Holmes C'mon C'mon; dir. Mike Mills; Joaquin Phoenix, Gaby Hoffmann, Woody Norman, Scoot McNairy, Molly Webster Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City; dir. Johannes Roberts; Kaya Scodelario, Robbie Amell, Hannah John-Kamen, Tom Hopper, Avan Jogia December The Power of the Dog Benedetta Flee West Side Story Red Rocket Spider-Man: No Way Home Nightmare Alley The Matrix Resurrections Sing 2 The King's Man Don't Look Up Licorice Pizza A Journal for Jordan The Tragedy of MacBeth Cyrano --------------------------------------------------- iTunes: itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/m Google Play: play.google.com/music/m/Ixjpb Spotify: open.spotify.com/show/2VE15E5... Blog: moviesarereel.tumblr.com Jurge - twitter: twitter.com/suparherojar26 Letterboxed: letterboxd.com/jcruzalvarez26/​ Ryan- twitter: twitter.com/MrPibbOfficial Letterboxed: letterboxd.com/filmpiece/​ Karrie - twitter: twitter.com/kar_elyles Letterboxed: letterboxd.com/karrie/

The 12 Gays of Christmas with Brian Moylan
Samantha Ruddy Discusses The Happiest Season

The 12 Gays of Christmas with Brian Moylan

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 20, 2021 46:44


Nothing is gayer and Christmas-ier than this movie which stars both comedian Samantha Ruddy's and Brian's imaginary wife Kristen Stewart as part of a lesbian couple who has to go back into the closet when going to her girlfriend's family's house for Christmas. Yes, they both love this movie, but they also realize that it is completely insane, and there is no way that Kristen and Aubrey Plaza shouldn't end up together in the end. Just like The Family Stone it seems like the gays can't resist a house full of psychos at the holidays. Follow Brian on Instagram & Twitter: www.instagram.com/brianjmoylan/ & www.twitter.com/BrianJMoylanFollow Samantha Ruddy: www.twitter.com/SamlyMatters and on her website http://samantharuddy.com/Follow The Dipp: www.instagram.com/thedipp/Learn more about The Dipp's Podcasts: https://thedipp.com/podcasts

Jewelry Journey Podcast
Episode 141 Part 2: How Emerging Jewelry Designers Can Cut Through the Noise with Writer & Editor, Amy Elliott

Jewelry Journey Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 26:26


What you'll learn in this episode: Why the most important thing a jewelry designer can invest in is high-quality photography How Amy finds the topics she writes about for JCK's “All That Glitters” blog How designers can find the story that helps them break through the crowded marketplace Who today's most exciting emerging and independent designers are How the jewelry industry changed during the pandemic, and what retailers must do to engage young consumers About Amy Elliott Amy Elliott is a writer, editor and brand storyteller who specializes in fine jewelry and fashion, and is fluent in other lifestyle categories, including food, weddings and travel. As a former staff editor at The Knot, Bridal Guide, Brides Local Magazines + Brides.com and Lucky, Amy is known for delivering high-quality editorial content across a variety of print and digital media. After recently serving as the Engagement Rings Expert for About.com, Amy joined the freelance staff of JCK as its All That Glitters columnist, while contributing articles about jewelry trends, estate and antique jewelry and gemstones to its prestigious print magazine. Amy also serves as the Fine Jewelry Expert for The Bridal Council, an industry organization composed of luxury bridal designers, retailers and media, and her byline has appeared in Gotham, Hamptons, DuJour, Martha Stewart Weddings, GoodHousekeeping.com and more. Additional Resources: Amy's Website Amy's Twitter Amy's Instagram JCK Article: Cicadas Swarm on Sienna Patti Gallery in Lenox, Mass. JCK Article: Christopher Thompson Royds' Flowers Bloom at Sienna Patti Gallery JCK Article: Look What Happens When Annoushka Gives Peridot A Go Examples of posts that reflect the intersection of jewelry with history, culture and current events: Bob Goodman Wants Jewelers To Join Him in Disrupting the Status Quo: https://www.jckonline.com/editorial-article/bob-goodman-jewelers-disrupting/ The Ten Thousand Things x Met Museum Collaboration Is Coming In Hot: https://www.jckonline.com/editorial-article/ten-thousand-things-x-met-museum/ Go “Sea” Some Serious Silver Treasures At Mystic Seaport Museum: https://www.jckonline.com/editorial-article/sea-as-muse-silver-seaport-museum/ New Jewelry From Rafka Koblence, Olympic Wrestler Turned Designer: https://www.jckonline.com/editorial-article/new-jewelry-from-rafka-koblence/ Transcript: As author of the “All That Glitters” blog for JCK, Amy Elliott has a front row seat to the jewelry industry's up-and-coming trends and designers. She's also been lucky enough to work with some of these designers, helping them refine their brands and create stories that resonate with customers. She joined the Jewelry Journey Podcast to talk about what designers and retailers should do to stay relevant with younger consumers, how art jewelry has influenced high jewelry, and what jewelry trends to watch out for in the coming months. Read the episode transcript here.  Sharon: When you say you like strong, new collections, what catches your eye when somebody's presenting a new collection to you or sends you a press kit or email? Amy: Every time I'm ever interviewed for something, I always say this, but photos are so important, beautiful, beautiful photos. Whatever budget you have, use it for the photography. I love glamorous jewelry. I love high jewelry. I love glamor, big, bold, extremely extravagant jewels; from an editorial standpoint, I love them. I love to excite the senses with beautiful jewelry that makes you stop in your tracks. So, the jewels have to be beautiful, and you need to have beautiful photos to accurately portray that. It's just a strong point of view.  Boucheron came to me, and they have a whole series inspired by a cat that belonged to the Maison Boucheron early on in their life. His name is Vladimir, and it's a whole collection that takes this Persian cat with his swept fur. There's a story there; there's a heritage story. I love that. I love to take a new collection and look back at how it came to be. I love figuring out what a designer's signature is, whether they're well-established or they're just coming out. Every once in a while you'll find a newcomer with a strong point of view and you're like, “I've never seen this before. I'm so excited to tell that story.” Sharon: I think it's so important to say or to reiterate that for everybody, no matter what kind of jewelry you're selling, whether it's fine jewelry or antique jewelry. I'm thinking of some of the tradeshows when I've talked to dealers and they're like, “Oh, I don't have the money for photos.”  Amy: I don't know what to say. I've been saying it for 20 years and it's still a problem. There are some designers that are really overexposed and there are some that are underexposed. I'm always excited to discover somebody I'm not following on Instagram. How exciting! A lot of times, they're international. I'm connected with a PR firm in Paris right now. They've been calling me a lot, and it's a goldmine of designers that don't get featured a lot over here. I think I'm the only editor at JCK that covers estate and antique jewelry. I'm always covering auctions and exhibitions in that vein and all of the art fairs. I've written about Sienna Patti up in the Berkshires several times. It really is a pleasure, and anything goes. I have an action-packed calendar for the holidays. Sharon: It sounds like it, yes. Sienna Patti, I know she's in the western part of Massachusetts.  Amy: Yes, she's in the Berkshires. Sharon: She has an art jewelry gallery I'd love to get to someday. How does art jewelry fit in here? Does it catch your eye if the right photos are sent to you? Do you see it taking more of the market or having a higher profile? Amy: It's interesting. The one thing I will say, and it's so hard to speak in terms of trends when you're dealing with very expensive, high-end, collectible jewelry, but what I have noticed a little bit of is the selling of sweet sets, something that might be convertible, a multipiece set. Christopher Thompson Royds does that. You get a beautiful box, and then it's an earring that can be worn three or four different ways. Annoushka did a collaboration with Fuli Gemstones. Beautiful, bright green peridot like you've never seen. It was not really a collection; it was an eight-piece set. That is what the customer is being asked to buy into, and that feels very collector, very connoisseur, a very specific kind of angle. It's a very specific customer that is going to want to invest in jewelry that can be worn but is presented as an art object or sculpture or something to display in your home as sculpture, but then you can take it out and wear it. I see that as a direction with very, very high-end jewelry that's being shown in galleries, this notion of buying a boxed set. Sharon: When you said sweet sets, I was thinking edible sweets. That's interesting. Amy: Sets of jewels.  Sharon: There's an idea. Tell us who the emerging, independent designers are today. Who should we keep our eye on? Who's overlooked? Who's being so creative, knocking it out of the park, but you don't hear talked about? Who's collectible? Amy: I know this is a very informed and qualified audience, Sharon, so I'm sure these names are going to be familiar to many in your audience, but I think the industry has collectively embraced the work of Harwell Godfrey. Sharon: Now, that's one I don't know.  Amy: Lauren Harwell, I think she's based in LA, and she has a strong point of view. It's beautiful inlaid jewels, weighty, substantial, geometric, absolutely a strong point of view, Sharon. Sharon: I see her on Instagram a lot.  Amy: Yes, Harwell Godfrey is probably one of the strongest voices to emerge in the pandemic era. Before that it was Anna Courey, absolutely with her diamond ear cuffs. I think she set us on a course with that. Glenn Spiro is an under-the-radar but highly, highly couture jeweler. There's a book out from Assouline on him that Jill Newman wrote. I think his name is going to become more well-known among collectors. He's a private jeweler based in London, I believe, and I think we're going to be hearing more about that. Anytime there's a book or an auction, the names are elevated; the names are surfaced and get a little more traction, so I definitely would be watching Glenn Spiro. Nikos Koulis has been around for the last three or four years. He's Greek, and it's sort of neo-Art Deco, very geometric, very strong uses of color, edgy, really modern. Bea Bongiasca with her enamel and ceramic pieces— Sharon: How do you say that? Is she here? Amy: Bea. I think she's based in London but is Italian. She works at Central St. Martin's. Alice Cicolini, also British, does extremely beautiful work with enamel. I think her work is going to be really collectable in the coming years. I think she has a strong point of view. Sharon: Can I interrupt? What does that mean, a strong point of view? What does that mean to you? Amy: It means singular and inimitable.  Sharon: You know it's her when you see the piece of work. Amy: Yes. It's very singular and striking and absolutely inimitable. There's a lot of borrowing of ideas that goes on in the jewelry industry. I think the people I'm mentioning here, their voices present themselves to me as something unique. You can't replicate it; you're not going to see that show up in some form on Amazon. Maggi Simpkins, we all fell in love with her in the Brilliant and Black exhibit at Sotheby's. She did the most beautiful pink diamond ring. Everything is centered in these fan-like, feathered cocoons of gems. It's very feminine and lavish and beautiful. So, Maggi Simpkins is someone, and then Studio Renn. My editor at JCK, Victoria Gomelsky, writes for the New York Times and she did a piece on them. She really has seen everything. They are part of an exhibit that is now ongoing at Phillips that Vivienne Becker curated. I think Studio Renn is a newcomer that is going to be sticking around for a while. Finally, there's Fabio Salini, who's also part of the Vivienne Becker capsule at Phillips. Those are just a few. It changes all the time, but the pandemic era has brought incredible work from the designers in our industry, and they are just now hitting their stride. After all that time creating and dreaming and ruminating, refining their voices, cultivating their Instagram audiences, getting feedback from buyers—now they're out there in the world and ready to be embraced.  Sharon: What about pre-pandemic? Everybody's at home in their living room thinking and designing, so I could understand why it's emerging right now, but what about pre-pandemic? Do you see a big difference? Amy: Yes, the industry has modernized considerably since the before times. The biggest difference is that a mom-and-pop jeweler in the middle of country who had a website but never updated it, they've gone in there, hired a firm, hired a chat bot, completely modernized. The pandemic era forced the industry to fast-track into the digital age. That is a huge, huge difference, making it so you are available to your customers, wherever they may be, whether that's texting or someone dedicated to Instagram inquiries. A lot of this is being done on Instagram now, and that was not true in January 2020. Since jewelry emerged as a category that is a portable asset, it's not a flash in the plan; it has staying power. It's not like buying a trendy handbag, but using your discretionary income to buy jewelry became a thing and was embraced a lot of people during the pandemic as they were sparkle scrolling, as they call it, on their phones. Sharon: I haven't heard that term.  Amy: A lot of people used the time to upgrade their engagement rings and wedding bands, so the bridal industry saw a huge boost. The jewelry industry is really healthy right now, I think, in terms of sales, but what I have noticed is not everybody has a wedding band. Not everyone has a budget to upgrade to a big, giant, 20-carat eternity band, so I'm noticing a lot of brands creating price points under $1,500. They're creating little capsules, creating diffusion lines, if you will, so a customer with modest means can have that same meaningful purchase, that same, “I'm investing and treating myself to something that will last, my first diamond bracelet or my first diamond pendant.” I'm seeing more of those opportunities at the retail level. Sharon: That's interesting. In terms of the emerging designers you've mentioned, is this trickling down to the rest of us who don't have $15,000 to go out and buy a trinket tomorrow? Amy: There's definitely a spectrum. I think estate jewelry in general is so hot, and there are a gazillion ladies on Instagram. They're moving delicate, little gold charms for $200 a pop. There's so much. I hate the term low-hanging fruit, but there is so much attainable luxury out there at the regular-person level. If you're the type to spend $200 on a bunch of drinks on a Saturday night, you can easily do that and buy yourself a beautiful paper clip chain estate piece on someone's Instagram feed.  Also, even further than the art jewelry investment piece, there's a run on pink diamonds, practically, and yellow diamonds were a big story coming out of JCK. That color, yellow, that bright, hopeful, joyful feeling that yellow presents, suppliers and manufacturers—cases were filled with yellow diamond engagement rings. A lot of people are talking about a potential uptick in yellow diamond engagement ring sales, both from the rarity of the investment angle and from the pure joy of it, the feeling that it gives. Also, there's this idea that today's young woman getting engaged doesn't want anything to do with what her mother had. Any ring that remoted resembles that chunky, big, platinum, three-stone diamond ring from 1990, she wants something completely new and different feeling, and yellow diamonds fulfill that. They check that box. I have heard from some of my diamond tiara friends that people are buying very high-end and special loose, fancy-colored diamonds from an investment standpoint because it's a portable asset and they are decreasing in supply. Like I said, there's a whole spectrum of possibilities. Sharon: It's interesting you mention that diamonds are not so much in demand for young women getting engaged or getting married today. Sometimes I look at my diamond wedding ring, which is actually an upgrade from my first one, and I look at it and go, “This looks really dated.” What are you seeing in terms of what's more contemporary or modern? Amy: Here's what everyone's doing. Everyone is taking their old jewelry and up-cycling it, whether their old engagement ring, in your case, or they're taking their grandmother's engagement ring that was given to them and creating a whole new design and style. Heirloom stones are recast as something new and wearable. It could be an engagement ring; they could be breaking apart a clustered diamond pin and creating a “diamonds by the yard” style necklace. That is a huge trend right now because it also covers sustainability. You have this precious item in your possession, but it just isn't your style. You have the materials to work with a designer to make it something new you can wear and enjoy. I feel like every independent designer I speak with nowadays has taken on commissions along those lines. Entire businesses are being built around that very concept of reimagining old jewelry. Sharon: What about non-diamond wedding rings or engagement rings? Are other stones being used besides yellow diamonds?  Amy: I think we can anticipate a sapphire—I hate to say a sapphire boom because jewelry is slow and static, but blue sapphires. The Crown season four, I think, came out last winter, and it centered around Diana. There's a whole generation of young women out there that were not clued into that story, and that blue sapphire engagement ring from Garrard was back in the spotlight again, even though Kate Middleton wears it as hers now. Anyway, there's a whole generation of consumers for whom Diana's blue sapphire ring was not on their radar. Then there is a movie coming out with Kristen Stewart in the starring role called “Spencer” that will center on Diana. I think that's going to put the blue sapphire engagement ring on people's radar again. Honestly, any time the royals or once-were royals are in the news—and they are—it definitely trickles down into consumer appetite. Sharon: Amy, you've seen a lot from both sides of the desk. You've seen the big people; you've talked to people on the business side; you've talked to the designing side, the creative side, and I know you've written several books and things like that. If you had to distill it down into one book or a couple of paragraphs, what would you say are the main challenges? How would you advise people like this? Amy: I love to give advice. I'm solicited in other ways. To retailers, I would say listen to your customers and tune into the social climate. The customers are giving you information you need every time they set foot in your store. Ask them what they like, what they're into. There's an adversarial relationship, almost, between the younger consumers of today and the old-school jewelry retailer, and change is necessary. Try to learn and understand them. If they want a salt and pepper diamond ring and you think it's ugly, that's fine, but you still have to find it for them if you want to retain them as a customer. I think a willingness to change is vital; a willingness to modernize is vital on the part of the retailer. Diversity and inclusion and social justice is very important to the majority of young consumers. You can look at what Zales and Kay Jewelers and these mainstream guys are doing for clues; the same with Tiffany. You can look at what they're doing. That's all informed by serious market research that is telling them that today's younger consumer prioritizes diversity and inclusion, and they're watching companies to see if what they're doing aligns with their values. I'm certainly not the first person to say that, but it is critical; it's essential. To designers, I would say please use whatever discretionary funds you have, again, towards shooting your jewelry with a professional photographer. That is the most important thing. Don't worry about a campaign. Don't worry about hiring models. Literally just still-life photos and giant, big files are what you should be spending your money on. Stay true to your signature and try to be as authentic as possible, but also take advice. Just don't design in a vacuum. Look at what's out in the world and try to see where your point of view fits in. The market is saturated with a lot of same old, same old. How can you break through that? How can you break through the basic and come at it in a different way? It could be as simple as everybody knows alphabet charms are popular and wonderful and a new jewelry wardrobe essential, so what's your thought going to look like? How's your thought going to reflect who you are? What does the alphabet charm reflect for you, and what's the story? Did you see it on a poster for a 1960s Grateful Dead show? Did you go to an exhibit and see an illuminated manuscript? There are so many ways, I think, to get inspired and find your voice. Sharon: That's great. That's very good advice for both sides of the desk. Amy, thank you so much for being here today. Amy: Thank you, Sharon, it's a pleasure. I'm always happy to talk about jewelry and give my opinions. Thank you again for listening. Please leave us a rating and review so we can help others start their own jewelry journey.  

The Queer Quadrant
Happiest Season with Bobby Finger

The Queer Quadrant

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 101:52


Jordan and Brooke are joined by Bobby Finger (Who? Weekly) to close out the holiday season with 2020's much-discussed Christmas rom-com. They talk this film's queer influences both behind and in front of the camera, international appeal, small town charm, all the elements needed for a certified Christmas classic, and who Kristen Stewart really should have ended up with. Plus, Bobby lends us his expertise for a "whos" and "thems" cast breakdown.Follow us on Twitter!Follow Bobby on Twitter and Instagram, and listen to Who? Weekly here!This episode is sponsored by Super Yaki! Use code: SUPERQQ for 10% off

P.S. I Love Rom-Coms
"Happiest Season" Allie Jennings and Mia Schauffler

P.S. I Love Rom-Coms

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2021 61:04


Allie and Mia watch the 2020 holiday Rom-Com "Happiest Season" starring Kristen Stewart, Mackenzie Davis, and Aubrey Plaza. They chat about the films central love triangle, their favorite "Jane moments" and the trope of "competitive siblings". __ SHOW INFORMATION Instagram: @P.S.ILoveRomComsPod Twitter: @P.S.ILoveRomComsPod Email: P.S.ILoveRomComsPod@gmail.com

Creaky Chair Film Podcast
#43 - "Will they kill me, do you think?" - Spencer

Creaky Chair Film Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 56:39


On this episode, we have one of our strongest disagreements in a while, as we discuss the Pablo Larrain psychological drama 'Spencer', starring Kristen Stewart as Diana, Princess of Wales as she tries to fortify herself through a Christmas weekend with the in-laws. We also chat about Monte Hellman's cult classic road movie 'Two-Lane Blacktop' (1971), Greta Gerwig's 2019 version of 'Little Women' starring Saoirse Ronan and Emma Watson, and James Gray's 2019 sci-fi/thriller 'Ad Astra' starring Brad Pitt.

WUSSY Movie Club
Spencer (2021)

WUSSY Movie Club

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 26:56


Today on Wussy Movie Club, our producer Jon Dean is here to deep dive into one of the most talked about films of the season, ‘Spencer'!   This fictionalized historical drama follows Princess Diana over several days as she spends the Christmas season with the royal family at their Norfolk estate. The film stars Kristen Stewart, Timothy Spall, and Sally Hawkins and is available to rent on VOD or view in select theaters.    WUSSY Movie Club is hosted by two Queer film lovers: John E Kilberg and Daniel Shaw.   WUSSY Movie Club is a weekly roundtable movie podcast with a Queer lens, featuring themed seasons and special interviews with Queer filmmakers. Every Wednesday, a rotating cast of LGBTQIA+ voices will dish on their favorite films of past and present. Join the club and be a part of the discussion!   WUSSY Movie Club is part of the WUSSY Podcast Network, hosted by WUSSY Mag (@wussymag)   Produced by Jon Dean @jondeanphoto   Podcast Art created by Nick Sheridan @glass.knuckles   Podcast Music by DJ Helix @1djhelix   Join the WUSSY Movie Club on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/wussymovieclub/    Follow WUSSY Movie Club on Facebook  https://www.facebook.com/WussyMovieClub/

P.S. I Love Rom-Coms
"Happiest Season" with Mia Schauffler and Allie Jennings

P.S. I Love Rom-Coms

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 1:28


Allie and Mia watch the 2020 holiday Rom-Com "Happiest Season" starring Kristen Stewart, Mackenzie Davis, and Aubrey Plaza. They chat about the films central love triangle, their favorite "Jane moments" and the trope of "competitive siblings". __ SHOW INFORMATION Instagram: @P.S.ILoveRomComsPod Twitter: @P.S.ILoveRomComsPod Email: P.S.ILoveRomComsPod@gmail.com

I Know That Face
TOP 5 MOVIES OF 2021 + Valdimar Jóhannsson on Lamb

I Know That Face

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 16, 2021 77:49


Is it that time of the year already? Before the I Know That Face crew takes a short break in the new year, we're sharing our annual discussion of the best films of the past 12 months with you. 2021, like its predecessor, was a strange year for movies. Superhero cinema came back in a big way and along with low-budget horror reasserted its claim to the box office throne. Many delayed films such as The Last Duel, The French Dispatch and Last Night in Soho finally came out and none of them ended up on our respective lists. Andrew sings the praises of nihilistic horror fare like David Prior's The Empty Man and Shudder's The Medium while also spotlighting Kristen Stewart's powerhouse performance in Pablo Larrain's Spencer. Both Andrew and Stephen loved Malignant and two similar but very different Mads Mikkelsen movies. Stephen also takes a rewarding dive into the surreal M. Night Shyamalan's Old and the Nicolas Cage vengeance vehicle Pig, before chatting at the end of the episode to Valdimar Jóhannsson, the co-writer and director of the Noomi Rapace starring Lamb. Thanks for listening and see you in 2022. Sign up to HeadStuff+ at headstuffpodcasts.com for the small price of €5 a month to unlock exclusive bonus episodes of I Know That Face. Andrew Twitter: @Andrew_Carroll0 Stephen Twitter: @StephenPorzio Editor and Community Manager: Charline Fernandez Instagram: @charline_frnndz I Know That Face Twitter: @IKnowThatFaceP1 / Instagram: @iknowthatface / Facebook: @iknowthatfacepod Andrew's Top 5: 5. The Empty Man / 4. The Medium / 3. Riders of Justice / 2. Malignant / 1. Spencer Stephen's Top 5: 5. Another Round / 4. Old / 3. Malignant / 2. Petite Maman / 1. Pig Intro and Outro Music: No Boundaries (motorik groove) by Keshco. Licence

Legends Podcast
Legends Podcast #554; Happiest Season (New X-Mas Classic?)

Legends Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 15, 2021 58:49


The Christmas rom-com movie genre got a much-needed update in 2020 from Hulu with the release of Clea DuVall's semi-autobiographical coming-out comedy-of-Yuletide-errors. Filmed earlier that year just prior to the Covid shutdown, the Pittsburgh-shot holiday flick starred Kristen Stewart and Mackenzie Davis as the lead couple. Aubrey Plaza, Alison Brie, Mary Holland, Dan Levy, Mary Steenburgen and Victor Garber round out the cast of the GLAAD Media Award winning film. Now we're donning our gay apparel and enjoying Happiest Season to decide if it's a new Christmas classic.   For more geeky podcasts visit GonnaGeek.com   You can find us on iTunes under ''Legends Podcast''. Please subscribe and give us a positive review. You can also follow us on Twitter @LegendsPodcast or even better, send us an e-mail: LegendsPodcastS@gmail.com   You can find all our contact information here on the Network page of GonnaGeek.com Our complete archive is always available at www.legendspodcast.com, www.legendspodcast.libsyn.com

Jason and Deb Full Show
Morning X Game Room - TP The Box Office

Jason and Deb Full Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 53:07


Jason and Emily face off in a round of the Box Office Mojo game. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Spill
Jennifer Aniston, Taylor Swift And The Power Of Monetizing An Underdog Story

The Spill

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 20:51


On the show today… The Golden Globe nominations were announced today and the awards list is packed with impressive TV and movie titles while a number of A-List stars, such as Kristen Stewart, are being recognized for the first time. But judging from today's reaction the big question is now, will anyone show up to the ceremony? And fans of Sex and the City were left devastated when the show's revival killed off a fan favourite character in the first episode. Their rage needed to be directed somewhere and so it fell firmly on the shoulders of fitness company Peloton. Now a surprise ad has been released and smoothed the whole thing over, so why is Ryan Reynolds the real winner here? Plus, Jennifer Aniston and Taylor Swift have both been making headlines recently and it's safe to say their careers and popularity are at an all-time high. And despite being in different areas of entertainment and different ages, they've both learned to peddle the same career narrative. So let's talk about why we're so quick to label some of the world's most successful women as ‘underdogs'. LINKS "Jennifer Aniston Has No Regrets" - The Hollywood Reporter CREDITS Hosts: Laura Brodnik & Kee Reece Producers: Laura Brodnik & Madeline Joannou Audio Producer: Leah Porges WANT MORE? Join us in our Facebook group to discuss everything pop culture... https://www.facebook.com/groups/2524018781153963/ Read all the latest entertainment news on Mamamia... https://mamamia.com.au/entertainment/ Follow us on Instagram @mamamiaentertainment https://www.instagram.com/mamamiaentertainment/  Subscribe to The Spill Newsletter...  https://mamamia.com.au/newsletter Join our Facebook page... https://www.facebook.com/mamamiaentertainment/ GET IN TOUCH Call us on the pod phone 02 8999 9386. Email us at thespill@mamamia.com.au Want to hear more Mamamia podcasts? You'll find them here... https://mamamia.com.au/podcasts Mamamia acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Land we have recorded this podcast on, the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. Just by reading or listening to our content, you're helping to fund girls in schools in some of the most disadvantaged countries in the world - through our partnership with Room to Read. We're currently funding 300 girls in school every day and our aim is to get to 1,000. Find out more about Mamamia at mamamia.com.au. Support the show: https://www.mamamia.com.au/mplus/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Not A Phase
A Kristin Stewart Renaissance

Not A Phase

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 9, 2021 85:18


In Kitt and Sarah's epic return to podcasting, they track the career of Kristin Stewart and her icon status as both Bella Swan and Diana Spencer. It sure feels good to be back.

Poptimist
Just Gals being Pals with Spencer Beghtol

Poptimist

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 75:51


It's an action packed episode this week! Billy and Dagny are joined by Spencer Beghtol who's here to talk about the 90's animated Spider-Man series! As well as a series of hot takes about Ghostbusters (2016), In Time, and The Legend of Korra. Also this week we cover Kristen Stewart's future Oscar nom for her performance in Spencer, the musical Head over Heels, as well as Doctor Who, Avatar The Last Airbender, The Grinder, Loki, Ocean's 8, and much much more. Thanks for listening! Hosts: Billy and Dagny McCartney Guest: Spencer Beghtol Logo and Art: Nina Howard Music: Someone Your Own Size by RW Smith

FT News Briefing
Weekend: Seeing Princess Diana, with ‘Spencer' director Pablo Larraín

FT News Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2021 27:41


Do we need another Princess Diana film? Maybe we do, actually. This weekend, we're talking about new ways to see old things. Lilah speaks with director Pablo Larraín, who our film critic calls ‘one of the most consistently interesting directors in cinema today'. He explains the creative process behind his new film Spencer, starring Kristen Stewart as Diana. Then, we ask the question: what is up with the House of Lords? The FT's political editor George Parker explains why one of the world's most prominent democracies has an entirely unelected house of legislature, with some seats passed down hereditarily to eldest sons.---------------------We want your cultural predictions, wishes, or questions for 2022! Share them with Lilah and FT Magazine editor Matt Vella by December 12. Here's what to do: Open the voice memo app on your phone. Get close to the mic and say your name, where you're from and your prediction, then email it to ftweekendpodcast@ft.com. You can write to us, too. But you're going to sound great on tape, we promise.---------------------Go to http://ft.com/weekendpodcast for a special discount on an FT subscription!---------------------Links from the episode: –Film critic Danny Leigh's interview with Pablo Larraín: https://www.ft.com/content/87efb3c2-82ee-11ea-b6e9-a94cffd1d9bf–Spencer review: https://www.ft.com/content/e05684d2-9161-4fdd-94cf-7d8f4576ffaa –George Parker on the House of Lords: https://www.ft.com/content/d5aebb99-0316-41a9-b19a-505713e4fb41–Last year's predictions — forecasting the world in 2021: https://www.ft.com/content/cbfe6821-c70b-4e4d-977b-979bfe929fd3 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

FT Everything Else
Seeing Princess Diana, with ‘Spencer' director Pablo Larraín

FT Everything Else

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 4, 2021 26:40


Do we need another Princess Diana film? Maybe we do, actually. This weekend, we're talking about new ways to see old things. Lilah speaks with director Pablo Larraín, who our film critic calls ‘one of the most consistently interesting directors in cinema today'. He explains the creative process behind his new film Spencer, starring Kristen Stewart as Diana. Then, we ask the question: what is up with the House of Lords? The FT's political editor George Parker explains why one of the world's most prominent democracies has an entirely unelected house of legislature, with some seats passed down hereditarily to eldest sons.---------------------We want your cultural predictions, wishes, or questions for 2022! Share them with Lilah and FT Magazine editor Matt Vella by December 12. Here's what to do: Open the voice memo app on your phone. Get close to the mic and say your name, where you're from and your prediction, then email it to ftweekendpodcast@ft.com. You can write to us, too. But you're going to sound great on tape, we promise.---------------------Go to http://ft.com/weekendpodcast for a special discount on an FT subscription!---------------------Links from the episode: –Film critic Danny Leigh's interview with Pablo Larraín: https://www.ft.com/content/87efb3c2-82ee-11ea-b6e9-a94cffd1d9bf–Spencer review: https://www.ft.com/content/e05684d2-9161-4fdd-94cf-7d8f4576ffaa –George Parker on the House of Lords: https://www.ft.com/content/d5aebb99-0316-41a9-b19a-505713e4fb41–Last year's predictions — forecasting the world in 2021: https://www.ft.com/content/cbfe6821-c70b-4e4d-977b-979bfe929fd3 See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Bucky Booze
element of surprise

Bucky Booze

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 3, 2021 34:17


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Slate Daily Feed
Culture Gabfest: Into the Woods

Slate Daily Feed

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 65:06


This week, Steve and Dana are joined by senior managing producer of Slate podcasts and co-host of Slate's Working podcast, June Thomas. First, the panel discusses the Princess Diana biopic Spencer. Dana tracked Kristen Stewart's career up to this Oscar vehicle film. Next, the panel gets a taste of the new "meet stew" of a show, Yellowjackets. Finally, the panel is joined by author and co-host of Slate's Working podcast Isaac Butler to remember the late, great Stephen Sondheim. In Slate Plus, the panel discusses their processes for writing a book. Email us at culturefest@slate.com. Endorsements Dana: Susan Orlean reading her own audiobook of her non-fiction novel Rin Tin Tin: The Life and the Legend about the famous Hollywood star...who also happens to be a German Shepherd.   June: The exhibit at the New York Historical Society titled “‘Turn Every Page': Inside the Robert A. Caro Archive.” Steve: Continuing his Rachel Cusk endorsement with his most recently read novel of hers, Transit. Podcast production by Cameron Drews. Production assistance by Nadira Goffe. Outro music is "Any Other Way" by Particle House Slate Plus members get ad-free podcasts, a bonus segment in each episode of the Culture Gabfest, full access to Slate's journalism on Slate.com, and more. Sign up now at slate.com/cultureplus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Culture Gabfest
Culture Gabfest: Into the Woods

Culture Gabfest

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 1, 2021 65:06


This week, Steve and Dana are joined by senior managing producer of Slate podcasts and co-host of Slate's Working podcast, June Thomas. First, the panel discusses the Princess Diana biopic Spencer. Dana tracked Kristen Stewart's career up to this Oscar vehicle film. Next, the panel gets a taste of the new "meet stew" of a show, Yellowjackets. Finally, the panel is joined by author and co-host of Slate's Working podcast Isaac Butler to remember the late, great Stephen Sondheim. In Slate Plus, the panel discusses their processes for writing a book. Email us at culturefest@slate.com. Endorsements Dana: Susan Orlean reading her own audiobook of her non-fiction novel Rin Tin Tin: The Life and the Legend about the famous Hollywood star...who also happens to be a German Shepherd.   June: The exhibit at the New York Historical Society titled “‘Turn Every Page': Inside the Robert A. Caro Archive.” Steve: Continuing his Rachel Cusk endorsement with his most recently read novel of hers, Transit. Podcast production by Cameron Drews. Production assistance by Nadira Goffe. Outro music is "Any Other Way" by Particle House Slate Plus members get ad-free podcasts, a bonus segment in each episode of the Culture Gabfest, full access to Slate's journalism on Slate.com, and more. Sign up now at slate.com/cultureplus. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

La Corneta
Iniesta cuenta qué es lo mejor de ser homosexual

La Corneta

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 25:50


Kristen Stewart trabaja en un reality show sobre fantasmas gay

Filmspotting: Reviews & Top 5s
#850: House of Gucci / tick, tick... BOOM! / Spencer / Golden Brick Noms

Filmspotting: Reviews & Top 5s

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 26, 2021 80:45


'Tis the season for awards-bait movies based on real lives, so for this week's holiday review roundup, Adam and Josh discuss Ridley Scott's true-crime drama HOUSE OF GUCCI (aka House Of Accents), the Lin-Manuel Miranda biographical musical drama TICK, TICK...BOOM!, Kristen Stewart's turn as Lady Di in Pablo Larrain's biopic-as-horror-film SPENCER, and the new bio-doc KURT VONNEGUT: STUCK IN TIME. Plus, the final list of nominees for the 2021 Golden Brick Award, including recommendations for THE KILLING OF TWO LOVERS, SHIVA BABY, and NINE DAYS. 0:00 - Billboard 1:03 - Reviews: "House of Gucci" "Spencer" "tick, tick... BOOM!" "Kurt Vonnegut: Unstuck In Time" Original Broadway Cast, "Rent" 31:36 - Next Week / Notes 44:25 - Massacre Theater 51:39 - Golden Brick Nominees 1:12:29 - Outro / Outtake Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Scissoring Isn't A Thing
@godimsuchadyke Returns!

Scissoring Isn't A Thing

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 52:06


In this special reunion episode we review the brand new Kristen Stewart film “Spencer” that is already getting a ton of Oscars buzz. Spoilers are everywhere but if you are cool with that, listen to us break down the surprises, the tone of the film and how we felt Kristen did in portraying Emma's patron saint, Princess Diana. Then we switch gears and chat about the Sex in the City reboot and Miranda's alleged bisexual storyline and how the show has protrayed the LGBTQ+ community in the past.

Keith and The Girl comedy talk show
3475: Kyle Rittenhouse and Princess Diana Spencer

Keith and The Girl comedy talk show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 19, 2021 29:21


Keith and Chemda record immediately following Kyle Rittenhouse being acquitted of all charges. The duo also discusses Kristen Stewart's Princess Diana movie Spencer. And Keith doesn't have off next week.

Pop Culture Happy Hour

What if the story of Princess Diana wasn't a fairy tale, but instead a psychological horror movie? That's the premise of Pablo Larraín's intriguing new film Spencer, in which Kristen Stewart plays Diana. Here, Diana is trapped, frightened and sometimes uncertain of reality. It's a different perspective on the figure, but unlike other art about the royals, it has a clear point of view and a reason to revisit this tale.

Fresh Air
British Actor Terence Stamp

Fresh Air

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 46:32


Terence Stamp, who became an icon in London in the 1960s, is now in the film 'Last Night in Soho,' a ghost story that takes place, in part, in '60s swinging London. Stamp grew up in poverty in London and was one of the first working class British actors to make it in theatre. He's known for his film roles in 'Billy Budd,' 'Far From the Madding Crowd,' and 'The Collector,' as well as '90s films like 'The Limey' and 'Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert.' Terry Gross talked with him in 2002.Film critic Justin Chang reviews 'Spencer,' starring Kristen Stewart as Princess Diana.