Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis Selling First Home They Shared as Married Couple for $14 Million The celebrity couple first purchased the home for $10.2 million in 2014 Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis have been grabbing eyeballs lately. It is being said that they’ve been facing trouble in paradise. The couple was working on their dream house worth $14 million. Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher, and their two children enjoy some Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt in Los Angeles on July 19 [Bruce/Javiles / BACKGRID]. Ashton, 42, was spotted wearing athletic shorts and a ... Plus, this isn’t the first time Woman’s Day was wrong about Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher. Last month, we busted the unreliable tabloid for claiming Kunis and Kutcher were getting a $315 ... Kunis said: “Boy, do I appreciate teachers.” Kutcher said: “I like me some teaching. We set up like a curriculum for the week, and we plan it out and figure out what the kids are going to learn like throughout the week. And so we’ve done various weeks. We’ve done a week on — the first week was like energy and electricity. The so-called 'insider' adds the spouses' two children played a big part in the reason why the Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis decided to sell their mansion in Los Angeles and permanently relocate ... mila kunis, ashton kutcher reveal they borrow parenting tricks from 'full house' 'I'm a fast song, to put it nicely. And he's the calming force in my life where every time I veer off,' she explained.
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2018.09.13 09:49 ramonchek 5 Non-Traditional Engagement Ring Ideas
We’ve all seen that one Instagram photo: the one with a halo diamond engagement ring that has the caption, “I said yes!” Of course there is absolutely nothing wrong with this Instagram post—it’s just that we’ve seen it many times over. If you’re not into a traditional Tiffany setting or the halo setting (the Tiffany’s modern equivalent), there are still plenty of engagement ring options for you to choose from.Many brides and grooms in the modern era are ditching traditions to make their weddings—and all of the accessories that come with it—truly their own. Here are a few ideas for finding that perfect non-traditional engagement ring that fits your personal style.submitted by ramonchek to WeddingCateringIdeas [link] [comments]
1. Go for Another Stone
The easiest way to set your engagement ring apart from the rest is to ditch the diamond. Whether you’re not a fan of the diamond industry because of conflict diamonds or you just don’t like the look of them, going with another stone is certainly a more colorful and non-traditional approach to the engagement ring. Go with your birthstone gem or a stone in a color that you often wear.
A pearl ring might be a good compromise if you want a traditional style without the cookie cutter look of a diamond. If you still want a diamond but don’t want the same old look, diamonds are increasingly available in other colors like gray, black, or even aquamarine.
2. Choose a Non-Traditional Setting
Jewelers are starting to catch on that not every engaged person has a one-size-fits-all kind of style. Luckily this knowledge means that there are far more options for you to get an engagement ring look that you really love. Though the popular pronged setting is perfectly lovely, there are definitely way more settings to choose from that may suit your taste a little more.
The bezel setting is a unique look where the stone is completely encased in a precious metal. This is not only a complete contrast to a typical pronged setting, but it’s also one of the safest ways to set your ring because it’s less likely that the stone will get damaged. (Bonus: the stone is also less likely to rip out your hair when you run your fingers through it!)
Another unique setting style is the bar setting, where the stone (or stones) sits between two thin metal bars. This setting is often used in bracelets, but isn’t seen as often in engagement rings. A bar setting allows the stone to catch a lot of light and gives the ring a really modern, sleek look.
3. Play Around With Unique Bands
The classic wedding band is usually thin, round, and typically plays second fiddle to the large stone. However, there is a lot of room to make the band the star of the show in order to get a truly unique look for your engagement ring.
Try a square band, which is quite a jump from the traditional round band. Square bands create a funky, geometrically intriguing look for your engagement ring and are supposed to have a much more comfortable fit. You could also go with an engagement ring that has several small stones all over the band, often referred to as a forever ring.
4. Go Vintage
If you love old-fashioned things and most of your clothes and home décor comes from an antique store, you might want to consider shopping for a vintage engagement ring. Grab your partner, set a budget, and check out the jewelry section of your local antique store or conduct your search at a weekend flea market.
Many vintage-obsessed brides are on the lookout for art deco rings, which are solitaire gems that are framed with handcrafted geometric metal. Cluster rings and floral rings, popular in the 1960s and 1970s, will also likely set your ring apart from all the solitaire settings that you often see on modern brides. Buying vintage will not only help you stand out from everyone else, but you’ll also have a really great story to tell about your hunt for the perfect ring.
5. Try a More Minimalist Look
Mila Kunis recently gave an interview saying that she and husband Ashton Kutcher spent a grand total of $190 on their wedding rings that they purchased on Etsy. Mila’s wedding ring is thin and minimalist. If you hate the idea of a really ostentatious ring or you’re worried about the expense of a traditional engagement ring, consider just going with a simple band. They’re cheaper, they match with everything, and they aren’t are often easier to replace.
Go With What You Like
Remember, when it comes to modern weddings, the new rule is no rules. Look for a ring that fits your personality, your budget, and one that makes you happy. No one even says you have to get an engagement ring — try a bracelet, necklace, or get a tattoo in lieu of a piece of custom jewelry. Whatever your style, make all of your wedding accessories fit you and not the other way around.
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2017.10.10 20:57 autotldr Why Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher won't give gifts to their kids this Christmas She's Jewish and her kids are 3 and under
Don't mistake Mila Kunis for a grinch: The actress says there's a good reason she and husband Ashton Kutcher aren't buying gifts for their two children this Christmas.
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher attend a basketball game between the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Los Angeles Lakers at Staples Center on Dec. 19, 2014 in Los Angeles.
"So far, our tradition is no presents for the kids," Kunis, 34, told E.T. "We're instituting it this year because when the kids are 1, it doesn't really matter. Last year when we celebrated Christmas, Wyatt was 2 and it was too much. We didn't give her anything - it was the grandparents. The kid no longer appreciates the one gift. They don't even know what they're expecting; They're just expecting stuff."
Mila Kunis in a scene from 'A Bad Moms Christmas'.
Since Kunis spent part of her childhood growing up Jewish in communist Russia and didn't have an attachment to Christmas traditions - until her family immigrated to the United States and started buying a tree for their own tradition.
"Whether it's Easter, which we've now all accepted into our Jewish household, or Christmas, it doesn't matter," said Kunis.
2016.01.29 23:03 MasterLawlz How come some actors are great in television but only okay/bad in movies?
2015.01.10 01:34 tabledresser [Table] I am actor Kurtwood Smith. You might know me from a variety of roles over the years - from ROBOCOP to THAT '70S SHOW. My latest show is ABC's RESURRECTION. AMA!
|What was working with Gus Van Sant on To Die For like? Did you enjoy making that movie?||Well, to answer the first part, I enjoyed working with Gus very much. And thanks for the question, I rarely get asked about that one. I thought that was an excellent film. I thought that film did an awful lot for Nicole Kidman in terms of being viewed as an actress, as opposed to a movie star. I thought she was terrific in that film, and has been so terrific since then. I enjoyed working with her and everyone. Gus really gives you a lot of room to work in. He suggests things to you - doesn't insist on them - and really brings about an atmosphere that helps you to produce your best work, I think. Not that that's my best work, but I felt it was the best I could do at that time.|
|Is there a role or a subject you’d like to try that you haven’t done yet?||I often get asked that, and I don't have a good answer. I've been fortunate in my career, and my current role, Henry Langston in RESURRECTION is a good example, that I've been able to do a variety of different parts. So basically, roles that are presented to me or that are suggested by my agents or manager I get enthusiastic about. I don't sit around and try to think of some role I've always wanted to play. But I've always wanted to play a private detective and I've never done that.|
|Who came up with the "My foot in your ass" bit?||Oh, the writers! We had a stable of writers, led by Mark Brazil, who was the creator of the show. They came up with that. But all of Red's stuff was for the most part based on stuff the writers heard their fathers say, which is what made him genuine - he was based on peoples' fathers.|
|Which TV show/Movie was your favorite to work on?||Again, I have a short list of my favorites, which would be (of course) RoboCop, Dead Poet's Society, To Die For, Citizen Ruth, of course '70's show which I did for 8 years and would still be doing if they let me...and I'm having a great time working currently on RESURRECTION.|
|What did you think of Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis getting married?||Well, I was surprised to say the least, you know. They were certainly friends & working colleagues while we were doing the show, but there wasn't anything romantic between the two except for what happened on camera. And also, at the beginning, Mila was so much younger than Ashton, so it was a surprise to me because I just never thought of them as an actual couple. But they're both really wonderful people, and I'm sure that they'll be a very happy couple and produce amazingly beautiful children.|
|If you could give your 18 year old self any advice what would it be? Also what was the most memorable part of working on that 70s show?||Well, 18, that would be the year before I started acting, so I'd say: start now! Get in that extra year!|
|Probably the rehearsals? We would rehearse a couple days every week, and they were special, especially rehearsing scenes in the kitchen. It was very comfortable and we felt like we were doing fun stuff, although shooting the show on Friday nights was a totally different kind of experience because it was so much like an event - it isn't like anything else. Not like doing a play, not like doing a movie, or a normal TV show, because of the audience, and because the audience is very excited, it's kind of like being in a rock show or something, everybody is excited, energy flying all over the place. SO part of the trick of doing that is being able to do what you rehearsed all week while all this craziness is going on all around you!|
|You were President of the entire Federation. Why didn't you put a foot in the Klingon's asses when you had the chance? In all seriousness, you had several Star Trek roles in multiple versions of the franchise. Do you have any great memories or stories from your Star Trek days?||Well, haha, unfortunately the President of the Federation didn't have those Red Foreman powers. Otherwise, I guess the movie would've had a different outcome. I really enjoyed doing STAR TREK. In particularly, the Voyager. I had a 2-part arc. That was really an interesting one. The other one, including the movie, mainly what i remember was makeup. Because you had to get there SO early to put it on, you had to stay late to take it off, and then you had to arrive early again, so I didn't get much sleep, and then during the day, both when I played a Klingon and the President, I had enough stuff on I couldn't even lay down or take a nap, so I mainly felt kind of exhausted.|
|Do you have kids? If so how often does Red come out to them?||I have all kinds of kids. And I have actual kids, a son and daughter from my first marriage, and they (my daughter) has 2 kids, so I have grandchildren who are 7 and 10, and I have an adopted daughter, who was a foster daughter, who is currently in college, and then I have other people that feel like kids to me. My past assistant, my current assistant, feel like daughters. And when does Red come out? He doesn't. That would be a better question for them. I think if they ever saw Red, it would only be for the briefest moment and never addressed to them. I think my kids would say I'm not a shouter or a threatener.|
|I don't even know if that's a word. Threatener.|
|What's it like working with the cast of Resurrection? :)||It's one of the best creative situations I've been involved in, working with these people.|
|Francis (who plays my wife) and I have great chemistry on set and I enjoy working with her very much and I feel that we make scenes better than they first appear (not to take anything away from the writers, because they probably have it in mind to begin with). Matt (who plays my brother) I always look forward to working with him - we give each other a hard time, and yet we really encourage each other work-wise, and this past year, working with Michelle (recently of GAME OF THRONES) has been a real treat. She's a wonderful woman and a great actress.|
|Tell me about Resurrection and why I should watch it. I've never heard of it before, what's it all about? Why did you decide to include yourself in the cast?||Hahaha!|
|RESURRECTION is about what happens if people were to begin returning from the dead. Which is a pretty fresh idea, considering that the people are not zombies, but people who are just as they were before they left. What's interesting to me is that it covers what happens beyond that first moment of recognition - as time passes, how your life changes because of this.|
|I thought that the character that I play, Henry, is in such an emotional dilemma for the whole season, having his son return, and not being able to accept that, that I thought it would be a challenge to play. The kind of role i had to play.|
|You've played some seriously intimidating roles like in RoboCop and That 70's Show. Are people ever afraid of you in real life?||I don't think so. You know, most of the time now, people recognize me. Back in the day, after I'd done ROBOCOP, people didn't know who I was. People didn't necessarily know me as an actor, but they would have an automatic flinch sometimes. Now people know who I am, so it hasn't happened in a long time. Most people realize you're an actor, and they are more interested in seeing you in that vein. But there were times in the past where I could tell people had a negative reaction to me, because they didn't know quite who I was, but there was something about me that made them nervous.|
|Hey Kurtwood, the trivia section of your IMDB profile says you're a huge fan of video games. Is that true and if so, what do you play?||Well, here's the thing: I was a fan of videogames, especially back during That 70's Show, that was when I discovered them.|
|There's playstation and what's the other one? Xbox. Xbox gave me a box. And some games. And I got kind of hooked on them while I was doing the show, I had one in my dressing room and I would use it while I was sitting around waiting for my rehearsal time.|
|However in the last couple years, I kind of knocked that off. I think the last game I played was LA CONFIDENTIAL.|
|How did Red and Kitty make it work when they were so different?||Well, I think that they - you know, often opposites attract. And I think that in Red & Kitty's situation, that was the case. Basically, they made it work because they loved each other, and that was always first and foremost with them, I think. You didn't see them smooching around a lot, or saying they love each other, but you could see it and you could feel it. And I think Deborah Joe and I had such a good relationship and chemistry that it helped that.|
|How scary will be new Amityville?||I haven't seen it of course, so it's hard for me to say. I thought it was a good script. It's less gore-y and more scary. I understand they are re-shooting the ending, which came as a surprise to me. I'm not involved in the ending, so it won't affect me, but i have no idea why, but I understand it tested very well and maybe that was one part that didn't test as well. But I think it will be scary. Certainly worth seeing!|
|In a Q&A once, the writer of Robocop, Edward Neumeier, said that you were the nicest guy imaginable. However, during Murphy's execution scene, he said everyone on the set was pretty skittish and noticeably kept their distances from you. For that scene, were you aware if people were dodging you when the cameras weren't rolling?||No. I wasn't. And I've never heard that quote before. That's very interesting.|
|Yea, that's very interesting.|
|Because that was shot later, most people knew me... but that's probably more of a testament to Ed's writing, Paul's directing, and THEN my acting... because Clarence was such a creepy - I mean, he was an enjoyable character, but at times, creepy, in particularly in that scene.|
|The gore that happens is - and Clarence's enjoyment of it is unnerving. If people were avoiding me, it was probably because i forgot to wear deodorant that day or something.|
|Thank you!! And man, you are one of the greatest screen villains of all time -- standing proud right up there with Darth Vader, Brick Top (Snatch) and the Edgar Suit alien (Men In Black)!! :-)||Wow, that's great comparisons and thank you very much.|
2014.12.10 01:07 LukeTheEskimo Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis are totally eskimo "bros" since they've both had sex with Natalie Portman.
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2014.03.29 19:09 tabledresser [Table] IAmA: Hey Reddit! My name is Brad Carter. I played "Charlie Lange" on HBOs TRUE DETECTIVE. I Had 2 brain surgeries last year, one of which I played guitar during and inadvertently made history and world news. I successfully funded a kickstarter to record an album. ask away!
|Yeah, your accent was probably one of the best in the show. Did you work with a dialect coach or just pick that up on your own?||Thanks! I just figured it out. I tried to do my best to keep him regional to a specific place in my mind. The writing helped as well., Nics writing helped lean him that way and I just took it further.|
|Look man, Reggie's crazy like for real!||Ha! He's actually a really cool guy in real life. Charlie Halford. We became friends on twitter and actually watched the show together.|
|That's impressive. I thought they had picked up a L'eesiana native and let him riff on some of the scripted content. You did an awesome job convincing me!||Thanks very much. That is a great compliment for an actor!|
|I donated to the video! Lookin forward to it!||Oh wow! Thank you very much! it hasnt posted yet but I appreciate it!|
|I did it a while ago. We shot some tweets back and forth. Glad to see this AMA get some traction. It'd be bad ass to see Nic Pizalozatlotazolo(not even gonna act like I know how to spell it) use you and a lot of the other supporting cast in completely different rolls for the second season. Any chance of that?||I would love that but aint countin on it.|
|We JUST learned about the meningeal layers covering the brain. That is fascinating that you felt that part. I am going to ask my anatomy instructor about that. I've seen specimens of it and the dura is REALLY tough and fibrous.||I was in twilight for the drilling of the hole. I went out sometime during the screws being placed. When I came too it was just so strange and surreal that I kind of can't describe it. Sorry. Its like nothing else I know to compare. It's kind of like Im in this club of brain surgery people and were the only ones that understand what were talking about. My Surgeon thinks my particular spot where they went nto the dura happened to be a cluster of nerves that were particularly sensitive. Worst thing ever.|
|Enjoyed your performance in True Detective and really happy for your procedure and recovery. That's awesome! So what part of the surgery were you unconscious for? If it was in the beginning, was it disconcerting being woken up in that halo/head brace?||I actually have a picture from that exact moment.|
|Brad I really appreciate your answers to this comment. Awesome insight.||Great!|
|Any specific lines that you remember adlibbing?||Um Reggie Motherfucking Ledoux is one for sure.|
|Me: "oh wow, the guy that played Charlie Lange is doing an AMA!" Friend: "Who?" Me: "REGGIE MOTHERFUCKIN' LEDOUX"! Friend: "Oh yeah, that guy was great!"||Haha! Well at least I'm remembered for something.|
|What was it like being able to work with Woddy Harrelson and Matthew mcconaughey?||The BEST! Working with them was like going to a master class in acting and professionalism. They are so seasoned and it makes you step your game up, or crumble. I hope I did the first.|
|I know you probably won't see this as your AMA is long over but I just wanted to say that your whole look and performance is a joy to watch, I love it when you show up in a role because you always are incredible.||Im still here. Im really sick in bed so just hanging out with you guys on here. Thanks for the nice compliment. I try.|
|Seriously man, you killed that role. I was just talking with my boss about the awesome acting in the show, and we both thought you were one of the best. You made that character want to be seen more in the series. Edit: I hope you feel better and we see you in more stuff soon!||Dude great! Thanks! Tell HBO! lol.|
|That's terrible they cut it out. I would have loved to see it (poor you, though). Do you know if there will be a lot of deleted scenes on the DVD?||I have no idea what to expect on the DVD. I doubt they will show that though.|
|Ahhh you just made this guy squirm like a little fan girl. Stayed up all night (its 3am here) just to ask you. Why wouldn't they use those clips, they sound hilarious! Will rewatch the show another 50 times after this moment. Can't believe I got to directly ask an actor on my fave tv show from across the world. What an age we live in hey?||Yes very cool! I guess they just didnt serve the vision in the end. I hope to one day get my hands on em, but aint holdin my breath. Thanks for staying up! Please sign up at my website so I can let you know about the album! Thank you!|
|Man that does suck. I guess they needed to save up the whole 'Holy shit, Woody isn't below beating the living shit out of people' realisation for those guys who tried to sleep with his daughter. That was a a really scary scene. In any case, thanks for the solid AMA man!||My pleasure.|
|Wait what? Why was Woody beating you up?||We were approaching it more like Charlie lost his mind at the news and hes trying to beat the truth out of me and I'm just saying f u to the world. It was AWESOME. Wish I had the clip.|
|Do you feel like your personality changed after brain surgery?||Great question, No for me it didnt, but I hear that it happens and I was worried about it. Hopefully I didnt turn into an asshole and no one told me. lol.|
|But did you notice any minor changes? Like, did any foods taste different post surgery?||No everything was good except my speech as a little funny for a bit.|
|What's the funniest thing that happened on set?||Matthew kept telling me strange facts about Macon Ga. where I am from and I was believing him because he never cracks. I was all like "Really?" and then Woody busted out laughing and said "He's Bullshittin you man".|
|Were you super happy about Mercer's win against Duke?||Pretty great! I have some best friends that went to Mercer.|
|Nice, it's a cool place for sure. Good luck with your music!||I don't know about "Cool" lol.|
|Did you know how the season would end ahead of time? Did you have theories?||Nope, I only got to read through first 5. I was glad so that I could be a fan with the rest of you guys. :)|
|Oh thats cool! so since you had to watch the finale like the rest of us, who did you suspect was the real killer?||I actually never had a suspicion. My GF thought it was Marty for a while, but I didn't think that was right.|
|Do you still have the naked pictures of Dora?||Hahah! Reggie stuck them all together.|
|I challenge you to a duel of your choice. Which is it and why?||Well I used to be a good shot till my tremor got bad. So maybe the first one to make out with Mila Kunis wins?|
|Oh fuck you.||Hahaaa.|
|What was it like working It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia?||THE BEST!!! Actually it was my 2nd TV show ever and was really cool getting to see them all work up close. They are like an amazing well oiled machine. Actually Glen tweeted me not long ago during True Detective and was very complimentary. my twitter is @TheBradCarter.|
|How long did it take to shoot your scenes overall? Ive been rewatching these over again, and only enjoying more and more, your character has been portrayed so real, i just cant stand it, haha.||Hi Kristine! Guys this girl made an awesome painting of me! GO check it out! Link to bradcarter.me It took 14 hours :)|
|You were superb as Charlie Lange as were all of the key supporting players...would you agree that TD reinvented television to a certain extent?||ABSOLUTELY Already I am hearing our show referenced when people are pitching new shows. I think it raised the bar for what scripted TV should be. I for one am extremely proud to be part.|
|I love the set up of the shower. Each season is different, so you know that anything can happen. The biggest pitfalls of my favorite shows (Dexter to be specific) is that they run too long and nose dive. TD stayed fresh and provided great closure.||Agreed. England seems to have a better grip on having a show go out on top than we do.|
|McConnaghy says in that scene "We aint gonna give you the oscar no matter how hard you try" But you should get it. Fuck McConnaghy.||Bahahah! Well, If only they gave Oscars for supporting characters on mini series. Thanks man.|
|They are actually submitting to the golden globes as a tv show - drama. Not a mini series. We should start a campaign to get you nominated!!.||Hey I like your attitude!|
|Who smells better, Matthew or Woody?||Haha. well I know matthew gets a lot of grief for not using deoderant but I didnt notice.|
|Hi there. Charlie Lang was a great character! You made him so real--like we would have liked to watch his whole story as well. What is it like working on a TV show--how many takes do you do in a role like Charlie Lang? How often did they make you freak out about Reggie LaDoux? :)||THanks! We shot both my scenes in one day. It was raining in New Orleans so they were trying to do as many interiors as possible. I was on set a total of 17 hours. We shot around 14 of that. I was in EVERY scene so at the end you can imagine was quite exhausting to freak out about reggie for that long. I gladly earned my stripes that day. :)|
|Damn 17 hours? That's an awful lot. Is this common to shoot conversation scenes so long? Also thank you for your amazing portrayal of Charlie. I'm rewatching your scenes quite regularly||I would say we shot 14 hours., there is a lot of work that goes into getting all the angles and each persons coverage. this however is not common in quick turn around shows like CSI, they just dont have the time.|
|How much did you get paid for 17 hours of work?||I don't remember. You get a flat rate but after a certain amount of time you get overtime.|
|, you were great on True Detective. It seems like HBO shows always have lots of talent in supporting roles. On to the question. I saw in one of your earlier responses that you didn't know how the season would end. What were your thoughts on the finale? Did you feel that there could have been a better ending? Did it feel fitting? How did it mesh with the expectations that you built up?||THank you! Well I think that a show like this sets expectations so high that its almost impossible to please everyone with an ending. The show was never about the case so much as how the case affected these to men and their lives and relationships over the 17 years. This is why I loved it. It was character driven and didn't rely on a crazy twist or anything at the end. Everyone was expecting something at the end but I think the show was never about that. My friend writer Susan Burke said it best, "I wish True Detective had a twist ending" sounds the same to me as "I wish this finely prepared steak came with never ending nacho sauce." @ThatSusanBurke.|
|I heard you and Reggie Mutherfuckin' Ledoux watch True Detective together. Is this true? If so, does he whisper weird shit to himself? I seriously hope you two are back for season 2.||Yep that's true. We became friends on Twitter after the first couple episodes. Charlie is actually working on a pilot in atlanta right now so we didnt get to watch the last ep together. He's a great guy we wont be back. :( All new cast.|
|Did you want the first season of TD to go on forever like me? I don't think I've seen a show which is as compelling for a very long time.||Yes I was sad to see it over so soon. Me an the guy who play Reggie, (Charlie Halford) became friends and actually watched together at my place. I think we both agreed that it was better to have a show like this with an ending. THere is a satisfaction in it that you dont get when show goes on and on and loses steam. This is why Im so glad breaking bad always had an ending in mind. It left me satisfied and not bitter. :)|
|Hey,there.When you showed up in True Detective,I recognized you are the one who played Felix in Smashed(I have a good memory:)).Both of the works are excellent and thanks for your great acting!Here are my questions:What's your most impressive memory in True Detective?Can you describe the scene when you are acting with Matthew and Woody?||Hey well Thank you first of all. My most impressive memory is of how much I LOVE New Orleans, Mardi Gras, and getting to work with those 2 guys all kind of blurs into one great memory. They were 2 of the nicest guys there are. I can't say enough good things. Woody was really kind and complimented me many times. He even shared his RAW Vegan concoctions with me :)|
|Thanks for your replying.I am looking forward more works of you.Wish you luck all the time:)||THank you! please check out www.bradcarter.me and be sure to sign up at the fan club so I can let you know when the album is ready :)|
|You were one of the stand-out characters on the show, and I loved the scene where you were chained to the floor screaming about Reggie. Thanks for taking the time for an AMA. As both an actor and a fan of the show, what did you think of the one-take heist scene?||Thank you! I loved that scene! I was on the edge of my seat holding my breath and stressed out. Thats how you know somethings good.|
|It's so amazingly regional. I am from a small town in Minnesota and there really are such things as a certain town accent. It's so weird.||Agreed.|
|Who was your favorite character in the show besides Charlie Lange obviously?||I loved both of the lead characters. I thought they had so many layers and it sucked me in. I really LOVED Shea Whigham as the Preacher. if you didnt see his full sermon uncut you should.Link to www.youtube.com|
|Shea is an awesome actor, I'm glad we're seeing him in more and more stuff these days. Season 4 of Boardwalk Empire gave him a lot of screen time and he absolutely killed it.||Agreed.|
|Brad, you were great in TD! And i just found out recently you were in one of my favorite games of all time RED DEAD REDEMPTION...awesome! How different is the experience of voice acting for a game compared to acting on TV or in a movie. Also what is/ or some of your favorite movies or tv series? Thanks man!||Wow thanks! Yeah I did that in 2009. It was so fun! It is AWESOMW wearing the motion Capture suit and seeing yourself up on the huge screen walking around as little balls. They would put boxes and stuff around and say, here is the door,. here is your cell, here is the horse. and you look up on screen and can see those things. CRAZY It is different for sure, but you are still acting and reacting to other characters. just in a whole different environment with other dudes with beards wearing tights. lol.|
|If you were trapped on an island and could only bring two people you've worked with, who would it be and why?||Mary Elizabeth Winstead. She's smart and kind. Jes Macallan because she is gorgeous and funny and a great friend. See? if I bring 2 women we can populate the island with our children. Not bringing a dude!|
|Did you experience anything strange during the surgery? Changes in perception or consciousness? Shit like that... Thanks!||I had 2 surgeries. The first one that got famous was not as successful as they hoped. SO had to do again 4 moths later in sept 2013. both were around 7 hours long. It is surreal. its a long time to have your head in a HALO and not move it. it all becomes rather strange. I lost my speech many times and impaired it many different ways. This is the scariest thing. It was just straight up horrible. Since they are working in my Thalamus, the movement spot is beside the speech spot and a few micro meters too far and you get speech impairment. After the surgery they start dialing and tweeking the controler in my chest. This sometimes causes impairment as well.|
|I am Brad's dodgy thalamus. Seriously though, glad you are fine.||Actually a funny story is I named my cat "Thalamus" 4 years ago before I ever even knew that my movement disorder was in the Thalamus. True Story.|
|Hey there. Great spot on True detective! This might be a weird questions, but after having brain surgery where you were able to play guitar (which is awesome), do you believe that your brain is the same thing as your mind?||Whoa! well I think that the brain is the most amazing thing on the earth. I feel like the "Mind" is more a figurative term we use to explain how we feel, think, etc,. Like saying "my heart aches". So I guess I would say they are sort of separate.|
|That is actually a fantastic answer! Thank you for replying||:)|
|Hey! who are your biggest musical influences? Anyone you're listening to now you can recommend?||Hi! Well in my life, the biggest influences were Led Zeppelin, and Pink Floyd. I am a HUGE David Gilmour fan. I used to only do electric guitar but I hurt my shoulder when I was younger and started playing acoustic more so I could sit down. So I just became an acoustic guy. I played in bars and clubs in bands and solo for many years in the south before becoming an actor. Right now Im really into Nickel Creek Tom Brosseau Avett Brothers Wood Brothers Jamestown revival and of course BLACK KEYS.|
|I just saw Tom Brosseau last month! He is amazing. I am now a fan of you too!||I love me some TOm! He will do a cameo on my record :)|
|Is that legit happening? how cool!!!||Yep! Tom even gave some rewards on my kickstarter. He brought me a gift after both surgeries. Hes the kindest guy there is.|
|He really is. Such a sweet, small town guy. He is a throwback to a different time. He's just a travelling story story teller and he absolutely blew my mind when he played 'how to grow a woman from the ground' live. I was hiding tears from my bro who I brought out to the show on a whim. Ha!||Whoa! That is my favorite song he does! He dedicated it to me at the Largo not long ago.|
|Dang, I have some serious envy going on right now. Hey, if you are doing a vinyl release of your album, ask him who he used to press it. Grass Punks sounds amazing on wax. One of the best sounding records I own.||I will!|
|My dad's having the same surgery you had in about a month. Any advice on how to prepare or knowledge about what the doctors don't tell you?||Whats his condition? ET or Parkinsons?|
|Parkinson's.||Ok well that involves the Subthalamic nucleus. STN. I just want him to know that I am proud of him for doing what he can to get some relief, even though it is scary. I have said before, I would rather risk something going wrong to try and help myself over always wondering because I was scared. tell him I had to do it twice because it didnt work the first time. But dont let that scare him. had I not tried again I wouldnt have the good success I am getting now. Its not perfect but its sssooo much better. In fact if you write me at [email protected] I will take more time to answer this for you and he.|
|Hi. Loved you on True Detective. What was it like working on the show while trying to manage your music career ?||THank you! Well we filmed in feb of 2014 and at that time I had not had my brain surgery. So I had zero music career because my hands were too shakey. I am so grateful that I am given a second chance. :)|
|You filmed last month ? you mean 2013 ?||I meant 2013 a year ago.|
|Hi, Brad—glad you made it through your surgery and are doing well! I started playing guitar when I was a kid and am still not great at it. How old were you when you started playing guitar, and what's your favorite song to play? (Great job in True Detective, by the way; I loved your performance).||Hey! Just keep it up! I started playing in 1988 when I was in 8th grade. I learned by ear and am self taught. cant read music regrettably. I would spend 4 or 5 hours in my room every day playing along with my favorite influences which at that time were, Cream, Clapton, Pink FLoyd, Zeppelin, Jimmy Page, Van Halen when they were still worth a shit. I would say I was at my peak when I was 18. lol|
|Could you feel them working on your brain? And thanks for being here love the show by the way XD.||Yes you can feel it. its crazy. there are no pain receptors but you can feel sensations. you can feel pain when they enter however. AWFUL. like an explosion.|
|Your a trooper dude and thank for the reply.||Yep!|
|What is the best advice ever given to you?||"Success is when opportunity meets preparation." Told to me by my acting coach. "Don't shake it more than twice or youre playin" Told to me by some stranger at a urinal when I was 5.|
|Hi, great work on the show ! Did Nic Pizzolatto was present on the set of TD ? would he and the director interact a lot while filming ? EDIT: any info on season 2 you can share ?||Yes he and Cary the Director were there. Nic was also the showrunner so he was very hands on and he and Cary worked together. Nic, is an amazing writer and was a college professor before screen writing. He is a badass.|
|Is it weird that I found you so attractive as Charlie? I don't know what it is, but there's something about a deep fried accent and neck tattoos. Loved your character, you were great!||Hahaa, well thanks! I know my Mom is glad those tattoos washed off ;)|
|How close is the album to competition? You don't have any acting credits before 2005, did you have any other jobs before this or was that when you were doing the commercials?||THe album is 7 song in! Im so excited! its going great. I am working with a cool producer named Jim Roach and he has his own label called Red Parade. We are looking at doing about 12 songs. You can sign up for a news letter about it on my website. I booked my first commercial in november of 2005. I moved to LA in 2003 having no acting experience. Before that I graduated in 2007 with an art degree from Valdosta State University in south Ga. I played in bands and solo to make money in shithole bars for years after that to live on. I worked at Toys r us, Red Lobster, waited tables at a mom and pop place, A gym, a convenient store, construction, was a radio morning host for a bit till I got fired. lol ( It was hard doing that at 6am when I had played guitar till 2 AM.|
|Hey Brad! I'm from Valdosta and went to VSU at the same time you did! What shithole bars did you play at? Remerton? And what mon n pop place? Love you in TD. I quote you every chance I get.||Cool! I worked at Peachy Keen in remerton. Its the pink building that is now a Ben Owens music run by my old bandmate Ben Owens. I played, 5 foot franks, Deli Bar, Grouchos, Whatever else it was called, some biker bar out near the highway, Charlie Ocourleys, Millhouse, whatever millhouse became, a couple other spots in remerton. Mellow mushroom.|
|I know Ben! Crazy. Mellow Mushroom is now a drunk sorority girl haven where they do the two step. I'm sure we have O'Corley's people in common. (Strayhorn or Stubbs?)||Hell man I can't remember. it was when it was at the first location. oh and also used to play that buffalos that became the new ocourleys.|
|A picture of your brain or a picture of your face while they were poking through that thing?||Both.|
|Link? Reddit loves gore it seems.||Scroll down. there is my brain. I dont have the other pic uploaded.|
|Link to bradcarter.me|
|A 'hella' cold? Are you from the Bay Area?||No I got it from Cartman on Southpark and my GF who actually if from the bay area.|
|How's the record coming along? Do you have any tv or movie projects in the works?||Great! got 7 songs done so far! Please sign up at my website so I can let you know more! No TV right now., I wrecked my motorcycle and am on crutches a while. BUT there is something AWESOME in the works and I will know more next week. I could very well be the host of something AMAZING.|
|What's your drink of choice?||Well I cut out liquor in 2004 because it absolutely turned me into a bad person. BAAADDD So I'm a beer guy now. I love a good HEF, or a nut brown ale. Really love Hoegarden, Im always trying new beers at my spot up the street. Thats why I can't get rid of this beer GUT.|
|I love a good HEF, or a nut brown ale. Sounds snooty.||Haha, not like good ole LoneStar.|
|Which we can't get in California. Yuengling, either. Snooty's pretty much all we have.||You can get a strawberry ale before you will find lonestar.|
|O.O Which is exactly what we picked up last night...! Creepy.||Im in your head.|
|Harrelson or Mcconaughey?||Depends on what the rest of that question is...|
|Who would win in a fight?||Well Matthew was coming off of Dallas Buyers Club so he was really skinny, so I would have to give it to Woody.|
|What can you tell us about season 2 ? Anything ?||I can honestly say I have no idea. Nic is hard at work writing it up. It's going to be completely a different story. Cast.|
|This is such an honor, I loved your character in True Detective. Any upcoming film or TV projects in the works? Edit: Any projects you're feeling especially excited about?||THank you! I am recovering from a motorcycle crash so not at the moment. BUT I am talking to a production company about possibly hosting this AMAZING show. I cant say more but if you sign up at my website I will be sure to let you all know. :)|
|Hey Brad - I hear you're going to be in a documentary? What's that all about? ;)||Yep I better go add that to my list. I knew I forgot something. Its a documentary called Kickstarted! go check it out! www.kickstartedmovie.com.|
|How old were you when you first learned to play guitar and how did you learn? What was the first song you could successfully play? Which actor who you have worked with have you been most impressed by?||I was in 8th grade. I think the first song was "It's only Love" by Bryan Adams. lol God BLess Power chords. I loved working with Woody and Matthew equally. I was really impressed with them both. I have worked with many actors but these stand out.|
|of all, awesome show, TD was the best thing I've seen recently. Your haircut in that show was unstoppable! Were you happy with how the series ended? I felt like everything worked out a bit too well in the end. Also, who would you pick for Brad Pitt's partner next season?||THanks! For Brad Pitt? I would go with Ashton Kutcher. Kidding. Hmmm. well I think Ian McShane from Deadwood would be BOMB. I was happy. I answered a similar question somewhere below. I felt satisfied in the end. I would have like to see Rust die though.|
|How great is Alexa Fogel's taste in actors? Awesome as Charlie Lange!!!||The BEST! Are you an actor?|
|Great job in TD! Sorry to parrot everyone else but you nailed it when you played Charlie. How does it feel to have your own catchphrase ["Reggie motherf***ing Ledoux"]?||Hahah! Well pretty great considering that was just an improv on my part. I was surprised people like it so much.|
|Your bio says you are from Ft, Worth. Did you live there long? Did that help you get the TD job? I noticed a lot of people in TD were from TX or LA.||I was born there, but only because my father was attending seminary there. They moved back to Georgia when I was 1 so really I claim Ga. as my home. There were a lot of local hires from the Louisiana area.|
|Hey I just wanted to say you were awesome in True Detective. Why were you playing guitar during brain surgery? Also did you feel anything during the surgery? Not in your brain, but in how you felt emotionally or how playing guitar felt?||I brought my guitar because I wanted to see it work in real time . The Dr. thought it would be a good idea. We had no idea that it would get so famous and viral. Emotionally it is all quite draining. You dont know if its going to work and its a lot of prep and just really draining.|
|Hey Mr. Carter, thanks for the AMA! My question: Do you enjoy doing music or acting more? Would you prefer to hear your music used on a TV show/movie or acting in one?||Well I love acting and alway wanted to be an actor. I didnt start till I was 29. I played music since I was a kid so it is closer to my heart. it is personal. it is something where you have total creative control. Its true art and expression at it's core. To be able to have this surgery and be given more time to do this thing I had been missing is a miracle and a blessing. I don't plan on wasting a moment of it. I wasted a lot of time not doing my music before and I don't plan on letting that happen again. I would LOVE to hear my songs in TV/Film!|
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