(Wed Early Bird) What Did Eddie Accidently Text Lunchbox? + Who On The Show Might Be An Extra For A Nicole Kidman Movie? + Mailbag: Wife Is TV Cheating
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Find out what Eddie accidentally texted Lunchbox and how he responded to it. Plus, someone on the show had a call with their "agent" and might be an extra in a Nicole Kidman movie, find out who! Mailbag: A listener caught his wife watching their show together without him. He isn't super upset about it but wants to know what the punishment is for TV cheating. We share our thoughts!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week we are diving into the romance of our favorite Australian lovers, Keith Urban & Nicole Kidman. Listen along to hear how these two lovebirds met, their rocky journey to flowing parents of two, and confessions of love Keith & Nicole have made about each other over the years.Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Nicole Kidman: Nicoooole, I’m hoooome aka “Being the Ricardos”
Aaron Sorkin directing? Gross. Nicole Kidman playing comedic genius and overall badass Lucille Ball? Yes please. While our feelings on this performance are mixed, Nicole breathes life into parts of Lucy that were rarely seen by the public and does it flawlessly. In this 2021 film written and directed by Aaron Sorkin, Nicole plays Lucille Ball as she experiences personal and professional hurdles that jeopardize her career and her marriage. If you're not into spoilers, check out "Bram Stoker's Dracula” for next week's episode. Follow us on Instagram @bestboyspod Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions, Best Boy requests, stories of meeting your fave celeb, or just to say hi :) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Nicole Kidman: If You Knohr, You Knohr aka "The Hours"
We've said it once and we will say it again...Nicole Kidman's performance in The Hours (2002) is the best of her career. Poignant and masterful and, my god, does she look good in that prosthetic nose--she stands out in a trio of some of the most powerful actresses of our time. Nicole takes on the role of Virginia Woolf as she writes her famous novel Mrs. Dalloway in 1923. Her story crosses space and time to connect with the lives of Laura Brown in 1951 and Clarissa Vaughn in 2001, two women dealing with life, love, and the difficulty of all that comes with the hours. If you're not into spoilers, check out "Being the Ricardos" for next week's episode. Follow us on Instagram @bestboyspod Email us at email@example.com with questions, Best Boy requests, stories of meeting your fave celeb, or just to say hi :) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
The same pod you know in love is back and better than ever. To kick off our month of Nicole Kidman, we're starting with the cult favorite "To Die For", in which our Best Boy Nicole mastered the art of black comedy and left audiences wanting Constant Kidman from then on. If you're not into spoilers, check out "The Others" for next week's episode. Follow us on Instagram @bestboyspod Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions, Best Boy requests, stories of meeting your fave celeb, or just to say hi :) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
The year is 2003 and the nominees are:1. Salma Hayek - Frida 2. Nicole Kidman - The Hours 3. Renée Zellweger - Chicago 4. Julianne Moore - Far from Heaven 5. Diane Lane - Unfaithful -In 2003 Nicole Kidman won her Oscar “…by a nose” for playing Virginia Woolf in The Hours. With only 28 minutes of screen time Kidman had the least amount of time in front of the camera compared to her costars (Streep had 42 min and Moore had 33 min) but Miramax wanted to put her forward as lead as to not compete with Moore in a supporting category. Frankly I’m not mad at this but it probably effected Salma Hayek’s chances to win as Miramax now had two of their actresses competing for a lead Oscar. Hayek gave a career best in Frida portraying iconic artist, Frida Kahlo. Renée Zellweger gave a triple threat performance in Chicago playing Roxie Hart in a world where corruption and deceit is rewarded. Julianne Moore was double nominated in 2003 for The Hours and Far from Heaven. Far from Heaven tells the story of Cathy a perfect 1950’s housewife whose life and belief system comes crashing down after her husband (Dennis Quaid) comes to terms with the fact that he’s gay. Definitely one of Moore’s best! And finally we have Diane Lane in the steamiest performance of her career in Unfaithful. Let it be known I saw this movie for the first time when it came out with my grandmother (LOL). Unfaithful is a very divisive topic among movie fans - they either love it, or hate it. I LOVE it - FIGHT ME! Join host Kyle Brownrigg with guest host Cathryn Naiker as they discuss.
This week Gabe and Sasha discuss the wildest celebrity hobbies, Prince Charles' stag do at Raffles, and find out why boomers love taking horizontal photos.ALSO: Who HASN'T done drugs with Johnny Depp?!Follow us on Insta & TikTok
Sidney Poitier, who paved the way for Black actors in film, died last week at 94. He was the first Black man to win an Oscar. He spoke with Terry Gross in 2000 about growing up in the Bahamas and breaking into acting. A leading man in the '50s and '60s, some of his best-known films include Lilies of the Field, In the Heat of the Night, Guess Who's Coming to Dinner and To Sir, with Love.In Being the Ricardos, Nicole Kidman shifts back and forth between Lucille Ball and her character Lucy of I Love Lucy. We talk with the Australian actor about the challenges of the role and about ageism in Hollywood.