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AMY, LEO, Jonathan Cherry discussed on Bravo for the B-side Podcast

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So I think I'd I would be shocked if we didn't do something new with Wolf Cup I can't it's too soon to say what it would be but there is ongoing conversations about would it be TV series. Would it be another film? Would be a graphic novel and and I really believe that the character is evergreen and could exist in many formats and many tones so I you know if we can find the right thing and everybody gets on the same page I think is a good chance we could do more wolf for sure. I think I hope we see more. I really do because it wolf cop. Has that evil dead vibe behind it? Evil Dead Sea now. You have the distinction though of old cop and another woolcock holding their own as exactly what they were meant to be fun horror films. You know homage to you. Know the practical facts and just splatter and that's kind of what we love In the horror realm where evil dead was in accidental success? So they jumped on the bits. That people really liked for evil too and then of course army of darkness and he just went all out like there's nothing serious about this story at all that's my favorite one not even the punctuation kind of our trajectory too. I mean I actually think if I did another another another wolf cop like a third one right now. I think it would be totally in between the first two because I feel like there. There is a little more darkness to we've back in may be especially with Dylan's bud the the humor and playfulness between Liu and William. Tina is definitely something that I would want. Slip so that totally. I don't think I'd want to change but I'd also wanNA introduce maybe some darker stakes because the second one was so far in the silly direction. I'd like to remind people that like bad shit could happen. Oh Yeah I would. Yeah I would buy it so you just mentioned the great trio the Trinity Leo. Jonathan and Amy There they seem to have a chemistry on screen that we talked about before In in other episodes where you can have the world's leading class actors and if you get them in a room and they don't have chemistry you're GONNA walk out with giant turned for a scene and you know they have to have some level and but this seems really like fun and I was wondering yes. So we're not. Ganic trio did did. Did they have any kind of input or influence on? How say you know? This is the scene. Ill were their ideas. 'cause we we're not good at writing comedy so we fully appreciate when things make us laugh and I I think I occasionally read something. That's funny and clever but I don't think there's been a single instance where they haven't elevated it. I mean wedge. I think the reason those three standout is because we do a lot of improvisation and all three of them are very comfortable with that. Like Leo if the Anchor Leo is I would give the straight man in pretty much. Everything I do. And he's just a very down to earth. Ernest Saskatchewan Dude. Literally things that are in the movie are because that's Leo you know like the Carol KOPPA's frankly may be too much written around Leo's personality and he was modding the Wolf cruiser that when that happens onset or in the film The behind the scenes is literally Leo in a garage doing that. He was the one building. It really awesome heels a welder. Leo's everything so that's the kind of salt of the earth movie remained and and that's his personality even when we did supergrid that his character had like Maude up and he was once again. One of the people in the garage focused on building those things so he. He works with his hand. He is very blue collar. He is an actor sure but he also works at a whole story career behind the scenes on feature films as well. When he's not acting you know he's he's a gaffer grip he's doing all this all this He's in film and every aspect. So that's what pours out of him. And so I consider him like the anchor of especially the three films event together. And then amy broaden and amy is is a a wonderful actor she she is good at like so many different things and she has such a Strength Free. Improv and what I really respected. Enjoy about working with ammused. She's she's always ready to follow the text but she also is really quick on her feet with Improv. She can shift tones quickly. She can do a version of the scene. That's very sweet and earnest. And if it's not working she'll she'll know she'll sense it and she can turn diamond. Throw a witty zinger out of nowhere. Really keep things moving so and then there's Jonathan Cherry who's literally just a wild card by not from scratch when he is kind of the the interloper the outsider who we were just dying. We have no willy and We were really close to shoot in the first world club and I had seen a lot of auditions tapes. And but no one was really nailing the tone because maybe if you just saw the script it didn't really make sense. Like what the Hell is this exciting up? But it's taking himself kind of seriously and he was kind of the only people to kind of clue in. And when I saw his tape he was his nailing like he was taking himself so seriously. It's almost that back to the future tone where you know Marty MC fly. It's a serious guy who you care about but still if you watch how he walks in rooms and falls up ads. It's like. Are you in a slapstick movie? I can't tell her nails. That DOC Brown frantic energy but he believed like you believe that he believes in himself. And nothing's a job to him but he's funny to watch his conviction right so and he improvised probably more than anyone in those films Than at at first it was like. Oh my God. You're killing me. I can't we'RE WE'RE GONNA not make our day if we keep throwing all your jokes in but but truthfully His humor is such a key factor in those woolcock films like eight. They would be nothing without it. It well the the sound clips we picked were were primarily with him because true well because what we were talking about with amy is. We'll come back to Jonathan in a minute. But Amy the one thing. We love about hers. She has what we call the Jenna Coleman effect and watching Jenna Coleman in like doctor who and Victoria she has these. This ability to give you micro expressions. She can haul straight face but you can see the slight changes. Yeah as both subtle and obvious. And you're just really like drawn in. Amy Did that. It's one thing we're talking about. It's g every facial reaction to every single thing that from in both movies from beginning to end just it was just so appropriate. You almost could look past her as being like the one normal for despite what I said earlier about like Leo cut you the straight man of the trio amy's Tina's definitely a the straight woman of this world you know. She is the only sane person in in woodhaven span but also even within the framework of that she does add such great underlying almost psychotic element. She's still like she is the one who's rational digging clearly in the stop. The at the second anything goes sideways. She's also the first person to pull out eighteen guns fellow. There's something going on with you because when that happened in another Wolf Cup unlike shit. She's got a guns again. She soon as she decides this. Shit's real. She breaks out the fucking armory. She's just like no we're going. Yeah so I I do love that character I love Ami's it may take on that character and what's funny. Is You know you? You notice these things you pick up on them but like even for us. We're like the first film was so much about figuring everything out not just like the story of the origin story for Lou but also for us as a team so by the time we reach the second film. We realized that like Jonathan. Amy hadn't even had any scenes together. We just got excited about the idea of like. We've got to make sure that we put you in a row. Oh Man I wanNA talk about S- Movie making in Canada in general. So we've heard a little bit about you know the making of these two films And I WANNA talk about it because a lot of people in the states. Everyone doesn't really see a lot of differences between Canada and the US Probably because you know we we both speak English and I just I over the years you know talking to people like really. They like that going well. Yeah it's you know Just different things but one of the things that I want to talk about. He is Like here in the states. We don't have any agencies organizations backing film. I mean we have Hollywood in the power of the producers and their you know Public face and how much they can. You know how much attention can get from that Pushing the film's whereas in Canada you have film Canada. Tell on we have agencies for should have support. Yeah and I know almost well at every level of artistry. I know that there's some support because I know One of the the drives of the Canadian government is to promotes you. All of this aren't all of this happening here and You'll never get that here. It's it's there's there's too much power in Hollywood to allow that to happen to be like a godfather movie on a giant scale. Well Yeah and if we wanted to go to a lower level like say the state that we live in you know if we went to the state of Wisconsin which there's a Wisconsin film festival and their stuff like that but if we went to any of these places and said Hey we want to make a film here it is. They'd be like yeah. Have Fun with that. They don't have. They don't have a department to handle permits. We were thinking of doing some sh Little mini shorts to just kind of like flex our little creative muscles over the summer. Just do some real simple mindless to three minute things and do a little series of something so you started looking at Well what would it be like to? You know what would have to go? Get a permit to shoot downtown. There's no such placer thing. No one knows when we did. Our short film with Danny was calling all these people do for locations and nobody knew how to handle anything and don't really have the infrastructure of the support right. Yeah so just wondering what So you want to make a film and I know that another Wolf Cop. Got A theater release Was IT CINEPLEX? I can't remember the name. Cineplex's the the Canadian theater chain the main Canadian. Okay okay.