Ep 17 P.S. I Love You (movie review of the 2007 film starring Gerard Butler and Hilary Swank)
The Screen Protectors
Dear Listeners, This week we will be delving into the heart. Into the soul. Nay! Into P.S. I Love You! Wyatt, Graham and Stephen head over to the Emerald Isle and tug at some heartstrings in this one. Grab your bonniest lass or your brauniest lad and listen in to Graham's second favorite movie (Cocktail is his first). If you could choose the way one of the letters would be sent, how would you do it? Skywriting? Leprechaun? Let us know on our social media: Check out our social media:Follow us on Twitter: @TSProtectorsFollow us on Facebook: The Screen ProtectorsFollow us on Instagram: the_screen_protectors
Dean Richards’ Sunday Morning | January 10th, 2021 | Congressman Mike Quigley, Hilary Swank, and more…
Dean Richards begins the show by reflecting on the events that happened at the United States Capitol last week. Dave Schwan delivers a Far Flung Forecast from Greenville, Tennessee. Doctor Kevin Most is the Chief Medical Officer at Northwestern Central DuPage Hospital. He joins Dean Richards every Sunday morning at 9:30 to discuss the latest COVID-19 news and to answer your questions. This week, Dr. Most discusses the U.K. and the South African COVID-19 variants, how contagious they are, and how they’re different. Dean also shares a new mask tip that helps to not fog up his glasses. NewsNation’s National Political Correspondent Dean Reynolds talks to the events that took place at the U.S. Capitol last week and the possibility of a Trump impeachment. Pianist, actor, and playwright Hershey Felder joins the show to talk about his live virtual performance of “Before Fiddler.” In the show, Felder plays Sholem Aleichem in a story that leads up to the famous “Fiddler on the Roof” production. Felder also talks about life in Florence, Italy and cooking pasta. You can stream the live performance on Sunday, February 7th at 7:00pm. Visit Felder’s website for more information, tickets, and additional shows. Congressman Mike Quigley talks about his experience during and leading up to the raid on the U.S. Capitol last week. Quigley says the raid on the Capitol could have been much worse and that he fears it is not the last. Dean also asks the Congressman about the possibility of President Trump being impeached before January 20th. Dean shares his A-List interviews with actress Hilary Swank, actor Michael Ealy, and director following the release of their film, ‘Fatale.’ https://serve.castfire.com/audio/3806882/3806882_2021-01-10-195622.128.mp3
Dean Richards’ A-List interviews with Hilary Swank and Michael Ealy
Dean Richards shares his A-List Zoom interviews with actress Hilary Swank, actor Michael Ealy, and director Deon Taylor following the release of their film, ‘Fatale.’ https://serve.castfire.com/audio/3806880/3806880_2021-01-10-191920.128.mp3
Anne McElvoy asks two-time Academy Award winner Hilary Swank whether the new rules intended to encourage diversity in film will work. The actress argues for change in the Oscars but worries that new diversity standards could limit which stories are told. Why does she enjoy breaking stereotypes, what it’s like filming in the covid-era—and the Hollywood star gives her pitch to play the next James Bond.See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
#188 Hilary Swank on Becoming a Beast Competitor in Work and Life | Impact Theory
Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
Strength, drive, and perseverance. How do we awaken these traits within us, ignite them to the fullest, and use them as a driving force towards reaching our goals? Two-time Academy Award winner Hilary Swank joins Tom Bilyeu on this episode of Impact Theory to discuss such questions and how each of us has the ability to persevere past hurdles in life, smash through walls, and reach new horizons. She shares what drives her work ethic that some describe as ‘legendary,’ the power of belief and a competitive mindset, why you should always be aiming, how the sharp edges of life shape us, how to overcome and master the mind, and where self-identity comes from. This episode is brought to you by: Better Help: Get 10% off your first month at https://betterhelp.com/impacttheory Skillshare: Explore your creativity at skillshare.com/impacttheory for 2 free months of Premium Membership. SHOW NOTES: Legendary Work Ethic | Hilary shares how sports instilled a drive and ability to persevere. [0:53] Believe It | Hilary shares how her mom pushed her to work for what she wanted. [4:22] Competitive | Hilary shares the positives of taking on a competitive mindset. [6:12] From 0 to 1 | Hilary discusses the constant state of reinventing oneself. [10:13] Keep Aiming | “You always aim for the bullseye, but you don’t always hit it.” - Clint Eastwood [13:48] Step Into the Sharp Edges | Hilary discusses why you should always be doing things that scare you. [15:51] Compassion | Hilary shares her story that led to the creation of The Hilaroo Foundation. [19:48] Purpose | Hilary discusses why ‘empowering the underdog’ is her passion. [22:43] Overcoming the Mind | Hilary shares her insane transformation during ‘Million Dollar Baby.’ [24:28] Reach Out & Trust Others | Hilary shares how she overcame claustrophobia. [27:41] Prepare | Hilary discusses the ‘secret sauce’ to preparing for a role. [33:08] Horizons | Hilary discusses what’s next for her career. [36:06] Identity | Hilary talks about what defines her and how it goes far beyond just winning Academy Awards. [40:02] A Second Act | Hilary shares her goals now that she’s back in the creative game. [45:20] On Point | Tom shares praise for Hilary and how you can continue to follow her. [48:38] QUOTES: “Our biggest competitor is really ourselves.” [5:51] “And so that is super important to be competitive with other people because they’re the ones that push us out of our comfort zone that we didn’t even know we were living in.” [8:15] “I have this motto. Make a choice, make it happen, and work everyday towards whatever that goal is. Step into the sharp edges, do something that scares you, don’t pull away and don’t overthink.” [15:51] “This is what I love about acting; it’s that I get this opportunity to see how every human being has a similar quality, but then they have this thing that makes them different. We all have our unique story.” [34:03] FOLLOW HILARY: Instagram: instagram.com/hilaryswank/ Twitter: twitter.com/HilarySwank Hilaroo Foundation: instagram.com/hilaroofoundation/ Mission Statement: instagram.com/missionstatement/ Stream ‘Away’ on Netflix: netflix.com/title/80214512
Hilary Swank; Miscarriage in lockdown; Muslim women write about love and desire
Hilary Swank, the two time Oscar-winning actress of Boys Don’t Cry and Million Dollar Baby, stars in new Netflix drama Away. She plays Commander Emma Green who leaves behind her husband and daughter to lead an international crew of astronauts on a perilous three-year mission to Mars. She talks to Jane about being an astronaut, dealing with claustrophobia, caring for her Dad, Devon cream teas, and parrots.1 in 4 women will lose a baby during pregnancy or birth. During lockdown NHS maternity services carried on, but new rules were brought in to minimise patient contact to protect pregnant women and staff – but how did this affect people who were going through a miscarriage? Helen and Fatma who both miscarried at the height of lockdown share their experiences and we hear from consultant gynaecologist Dr Christine Ekechi.New book A Match Made in Heaven – British Muslim Women Write About Love And Desire tells many different stories about sex and relationships. Featuring emerging writers who took part in writing workshops in Leeds, Bradford and Glasgow as well as more established talent, the aim was to get beyond the stereotypes of subservient Muslim women. Editors Nafhesa Ali and Claire Chambers and the writer Noren Haq join Jane.
This week we have a very special guest, the one, the only, STEFAN BROGREN aka Snake from Degrassi! Join us as we discuss Hilary Swank’s second Oscar win for the hugest downer of all time, Million Dollar Baby. Many argued it was too soon for her to nab her second trophy and with the fellow nominees, it’s not hard to understand why. Imelda Staunton’s moving performance in Vera Drake was definitely a contender and not just because Umbridge was actually a nice person for once. Annette Bening in Being Julia further proves that she’s always a bridesmaid and never a bride. Kate Winslet gave one of her best performances to date in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind (Jim Carey was snubbed!). And finally, Catalina Sandino Moreno for Maria Full of Grace becoming the first actress in a lead role to be nominated for a fully Spanish speaking role. Join host Kyle Brownrigg with guest Stefen Brogren as we discuss who we thought should have won and why.
#237: How To Eventually Make A Big Comeback Despite Tearing Your Hip Like Hilary Swank in Million Dollar Bay w/ Comedian Adrienne Airhart
Sweat Equity Podcast® Law Smith + Eric Readinger
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