Greta Gerwig joins the show to talk about her role in Noah Baumbach's latest film, White Noise. Based on Don DeLillo’s 1985 novel, the film dramatizes an American family's attempts to deal with the mundane conflicts of everyday life while grappling with the universal mysteries of love, death, and the possibility of happiness in an uncertain world.Gerwig shares her first encounter with the novel, describes how she unexpectedly volunteered herself to play Babette while Baumbach was working on the script, and provides a glimpse inside the film's choreography heavy rehearsals. Gerwig also reflects on meeting co-star Adam Driver back when she was a college student in New York City, reveals her goal of continuing to attend dance classes at 80 years old, and explains why getting to take her dog Wizard on a good, long walk is a major win.
#543 — Damian Lewis & Nick Murphy, Greta Gerwig, Frank Grillo
The Empire Film Podcast
Blimey, folks, this week's episode of the Empire Podcast has more guests than Jamie Lee Curtis' home on Christmas Day. (Because she's married to Christopher Guest, you see, and presumably there would be a large number of extended family members invited around for a slap-up meal.) Helen O'Hara has a lovely chat with White Noise star Greta Gerwig about casting herself, her desire to make a musical, and more. Then Chris Hewitt has a lovely natter with action movie ace Frank Grillo, who's spreading his wings as the star of Lamborghini: The Man Behind The Legend. And, in the studio this week, Chris and Helen are joined by the brilliant Damian Lewis and Nick Murphy, star and director respectively of the ITVX drama, A Spy Among Friends (take that, Pilot TV). Lewis and Murphy (no, they're not a RoboCop tribute act) occupy the third and fourth chairs with remarkable grace, fielding questions about spies, breakfasts and buttocks, while tackling this week's listener question, about the best time jumps in movies and TV. Then, Chris and Helen are joined by Amon Warmann to discuss the week's movie news (including all those big trailers), review Violent Night and White Noise, and bang on about Cocaine Bear. Oh, and Amon has his mind blown by Frank Grillo. Enjoy.
Greta Gerwig is a true Hollywood multihyphenate – she writes, she directs, and she acts. You always know a Greta Gerwig movie when you see it. Join her and Dua Lipa on this week’s At Your Service episode, in which Greta discusses her incredible career, the hiccups that got her to where she is today, her new movie White Noise, and, yes, all things Barbie, the 2023 film the world eagerly awaits. To get in touch, please send us an email or voice memo to email@example.com — and if you’re enjoying the show, make sure to subscribe so that you are the first to get all our new episodes. You can follow @service95 on Instagram and Twitter for all Dua Lipa: At Your Service updates. To receive the Service95 newsletter, introduced each week by Dua, subscribe at www.service95.comSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Lady Bird: A Beautiful Heart Wrenching Look into Motherhood and Growing Up from the Exciting Greta Gerwig
The Cinematic Odyssey
On the fifth episode of The Cinematic Odyssey, Max, Tristen and special guest Zoe discuss the directorial debut from Greta Gerwig: Lady Bird. They go into the various characters, particularly Marion and Lady Bird and their complicated mother and daughter relationship. Discussing in detail the various tumultuous moments that serve as defining moments for the progression of Lady Bird's character and her relationship with her mother. The film has been rightfully praised since its release in 2017 and is widely considered to be one of the best coming of age films of the 2010's and one of the best films of that year.
Greta Gerwig: Cuanto más particular haces algo, más universal se vuelve.
Alimenta Tu Mente
Greta Gerwig es una actriz, directora, guionista y productora estadounidense. Su renombre surgió por su participación en películas de bajo presupuesto y diálogos improvisados. En 2017 debutó como directora y guionista en solitario con la película Lady Bird, por la que ganó el Globo de Oro a la mejor película y recibió nominaciones a los Premios Óscar a la mejor dirección y mejor guion original. Hoy nos alimentamos con sus palabras:“Cuanto más particular haces algo, más universal se vuelve.”💡🧠Síguenos en @sonoropodcast en todas las redes sociales.
January 2018: Gerwig, Ronan, and Bill talk about the making of the Oscar-nominated ‘Lady Bird’ and its subsequent reception.Host: Bill SimmonsGuests: Greta Gerwig and Saoirse RonanProduction Support: Steve Ceruti, Ben Cruz, Tim Angan and Garrett Gonzales Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week on the podcast I'm talking about the career of Oscar Nominated Actress and Writer/director Greta Gerwig and the movie House of Gucci starring Lady GaGa, Adam Driver, Jared Leto, Al Pacino, and Jeremy Irons directed by Sir Ridley Scott.
We're currently re-releasing our old partner podcast as bonus episodes for posterity/self-indulgance.We discussed Ladybird, Greta Gerwig's first feature film.Originally released under Co-Directors on 25-09-2019
Season 2 starts off with a directors episode on Greta Gerwig! Although she only has three completed directed films, she has been an actress for a long time and has an impressive first three films. We talk about our favorite quotes, characters and the overall thesis of Greta's incredible films including 'Lady Bird' and 'Little Women'. Follow us on Instagram: @school_of_score Twitter: @schoolofscore --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app