Well, I’ll tell you. I once went to an Angels game and they’re playing the Yankees. Now, I’m the only one sitting there with all-Yankee gear on, right, in Anaheim. And we’re close. So Jeter’s in the batter’s box, and there I am, bragging about my son John David. “Oh, Derek, he’s 8… my son is the D Division 2 player of the month,” or something. I’m bragging to everyone, really, out loud, but mainly to my good friend, Derek Jeter. I’m going, “Yeah, my son’s the number one rusher in the…” And Derek, who’s going click, click, click, tapping the dirt from his cleats, he looks up and he goes, “Yeah, well, he must have got it from his mother’s side.” And then, as God is my witness, he gets up and hits a home run. While I’m taking flack. “Oh, Denzel, oh.” … [Read more...] about Denzel Washington Q&A: Can SAG Award Winner Notch Third Oscar?
The no child left behind act
The document describes the federal questioning of Chansley about the meaning of the note that he left for Pence. It describes Chansley as spouting a “lengthy diatribe describing current and past United States political leaders as infiltrators, specifically naming Vice President Mike Pence, former President Barack Obama, former Senator Hillary Clinton and U.S. President-elect Joe Biden as infiltrators involved in various types of wrongdoing.” … [Read more...] about QAnon Shaman’s Alleged Note to Mike Pence: ‘It’s Only a Matter of Time, Justice is Coming’
But when he spent time with us, it was quality. I can remember how his face would light up when he would see the four of us. When you’re a parent, your children give you a kind of glowing feeling. And we were happy to see him. I’d be playing in the house somewhere, and someone would say, “Daddy’s home.” I might have a toy in my hand, and I’d just drop it and start running toward him. And then he would embrace us, and it was always interesting, because each of us would kiss him. And we had what you call “sugar spots”: the two boys would get kissed on the cheek and Mother’s, naturally, was on the lips. And the two girls – one was forehead and one was lips. So that was always fun just to watch. And we also rode bicycles. We swam – Daddy was an avid swimmer. … [Read more...] about Martin Luther King III: The Rolling Stone Interview
GOVIER: After we spent a year on those 12 pages for the script, we probably spent the next bulk of our time on color and flow, and what color means, and the representation of color, and how it goes from monochromatic, very muted colors at the beginning, to almost a black-and-white look. [It’s] muted, and then it’s earth tones, and then it goes into splashes of color. And then, even when you get into the memory with the daughter, it’s still filtered through the present-day lens of grief. So, that’s why if you look at the frame, the edges aren’t complete. It’s not fully washed with color. It’s still through the current lens of the conversation that [the parents] are having in the bedroom. Then, at the end, you see color and warmth start to come back in, when it shows that representation of love, hope and togetherness of the parents. And it didn’t solve anything, but it just shows that they’re still there, and how brave it is to keep … [Read more...] about ‘If Anything Happens I Love You’ Directors Examine Emotional Aftermath Of A School Shooting With Animated Short That Resonates The World Over
Murphy: Here’s where the UK system differs slightly from the U.S. system. We have a directorial vision across the whole [season]. We didn’t in the first, we had two blocks, and the second and third each time had the one director. I think it helps tremendously. The look of the show and the atmosphere is set, that’s all been set by Otto [Bathurst] from the beginning, but I think it’s good for the actors, it’s good for the crew, it’s good for everybody working there. You have someone at the top that’s just consistently there throughout. I found it very, very hard when Otto did the first three and we had a weekend off and came back and had Tom Harper. As brilliant as both those directors are, it’s very, very tricky. So to have a director overseeing everything, we needed to have it this time because we shot all six episodes simultaneously. It was incredibly confusing and you needed one director to be on top of that all the time, you … [Read more...] about ‘Peaky Blinders’ Cast Talks Season 3 In Steve Knight’s Purple Patch & Muses On A Movie – Awardsline