19 Burst results for "Alfred Molina"
Jaimie Alexander Is Finally Back as Sif in Thor: Love and Thunder
"Deadline announced on friday. That jamie alexander will return as lady surf in thor love and thunder.
Robbie Robertson remembers
"We're going to start today with singer and Songwriter Robbie Robertson the story of his legendary group. The band is told in a new documentary. It's called once we're brothers. Here's a cut from the trailer. There's any American musicians dour comparable to what the Beatles were when they came together. Something miraculous occurred. We wanted to create something. You have nothing to compare the film features interviews with Bruce Springsteen and Eric Clapton as well as archival footage from the band's history you even get a peek of their iconic pink house in upstate New York where they made a lot of music last fall. When Robertson released a new album I went to see him as West L. A. Studio and we were surrounded by a dozen guitars hanging on the walls. I WANNA play bid of a song. Beautiful Madness
"alfred molina" Discussed on The Frame
"Whether they're releasing a digitally on CD or on Vinyl Cheryl Belsky says they always try to go back to the earliest purest source. Now some of those sources may be digital right but the preference if you're going to make a vinyl record in nineteen is source it from analog so it's all analog in the chain so you use an analog tape and you cut the. Acetate on a lathe that has the capabilities to skip any digital stage in the case of the Hank Williams record though the sources are Acetates Acetate. Discs are basically old school phonograph records and a colleague of ours. Digitize these recordings in the late eighties I believe. That's what we worked from. We still have the sources to go back to but they had deteriorated to a state where the digitized versions that he made. Twenty Five. Thirty years ago are are better than what? The originals are right now. So even analog purists have to concede to digital sometimes like Pavlovsky a veteran grammy winning producer. Who worked at Rhino and EMI Capitol Records before she cofounded Omnivore Twenty? Ten digital technology has gotten so good that high resolution files. It's inaudible the difference. It had to be proven to me because I was very much purist and wanted to stay all analog but eventually as the resolution and the bit rates and everything got better you know somebody sent me some test. Pressings one time that were all high resolution digitally sourced and I just had to say the sounds fantastic so sometimes you have to introduced digital into the chain. And if it's done properly it's not a bad thing digital restoration. Also means that if the original source deteriorates or Burns up in a fire the recording lives on. It's hard to know what all was irreparably lost in the universal fire but Pavlovsky knows at least this much well the ability to go back to the stone cold original. You know If you want to make copies from something you don't WanNa make a copy from a copy right if copy. Tapes DIDN'T EXIST IF SAFETIES didn't exist like they don't multi tracks. The new actually did lose original music. That you can't get back alternate takes. I would takes studio chatter. That's that's the kind of stuff. That is completely irreplaceable. And when it comes to preservation digital doesn't mean safer computer files are perhaps even more impermanent than analog media and I should know I I interviewed Cheryl Pavlovski and Michael Graves for this story back in July and somehow lost the recording. It's a good thing I wasn't Hank Williams's engine for the frame. I'm Tim got another galaxy. Adeane need so. That's how you restore vintage recordings. But what if you can't even get an album made anymore? That's next on the frame. Welcome back to the frame. John Horn the renaissance in vinyl records isn't slowing down last year. Nearly nineteen million albums were sold a fourteen and a half percent increase over two thousand eighteen. It's almost a given now. That new recordings will get a vinyl release. You just heard a story about a record. Label that specializes in restoring and reissuing vintage recordings. But what if you can't even get a vinyl record made anymore? That's now a concern. Because of a recent fire in the desert town of banning that destroyed the Apollo Master Plant. It was one of only two places in the world that manufacturers a key component in the making of vinyl records what's called a blank lacquer here's La Times pop. Music writer. Randall Roberts explaining how it works a lacquer is the equivalent of negative for a film the Lacquer is the master from which all other records are. Cut A new release by an artist who've never put that record out on vinyl before they of course need a lacquer and they need to hire a mastering engineer who's responsible for translating their master tape onto a lacquer literally cutting the sound wave the groove into this blank black kind of mirror like disk soda that work for new releases for catalog releases. If you've run out of blank lacquers. How do you make new records? Well it only applies for new releases or new reissues that haven't come to market before for the most part if an artist like Queens for example or the Beatles obviously they have already pressed a lot of records and those stampers they're called are available and warehoused at record pressing plants so if capitol records runs out of a Stack Beetle Beatles releases they just order another one and it goes through the press capitol records actually used to own Apollo but with the advent of CDs. Got Out of that. Business and as vinyl has had a resurgence Apollo and a Japanese company. Mdc have pretty much. Got Complete control over the market for these blanks. How did that happen? How did to companies end up with such accumulated power in the market when the major labels decided that compact discs were the future for them? They quickly sold what they owned. A lot of the labels own their own systems presses pressing companies. They just unloaded all of their stuff without really any concern for weather. Vinyl would be back and be a profitable format for them in the future. So when that happened you know who's consolidation? It was companies buying companies until this company called Apollo bought it and they're based in Maria. We're talking with Randall. Roberts the La Times about the catastrophic fire at Apollo Masters. You quote somebody in the story saying what happens. If Apollo goes out of business. They didn't really contemplate the fire. But now there's been a fire is going to be a real problem in getting blank discs to strike new vinyl records not in the next six months because their stock a lot of the bigger pressing companies order their supply annually. For example I talked to. Liz Dunster at Erica Records Wayne Park and she orders both from Apollo and from MDC in Japan and she just completed an order or she just received an order so so she's fine and a lot of people are fine but the question is nine months or a year from now. When the stock dwindles the the question is the time line on when a new. Us based manufacturer can fill the hole left by the Apollo fire. So what has Apollo said? Do they have plans to rebuild? How much cleanup are they facing? What happens for the company? They have only issued one statement on their website acknowledging the fire and expressing relief that no one was hurt or injured in the fire. I've reached out to them a few times and haven't heard back from them. And considering the cost of manufacturing in California overall it would be hard to justify rebuilding in banning where they are slash were and they have a lot of cleaning up to do before they can even consider that because there were five or six explosions. I was out there and it was a mess. Your story sites some sort of secret. Formula sounds like the recipe for Coca Cola that Apollo has would that make it difficult for another company to start basically from scratch and tried to replicate. It is that Apollo does so. Well well I think that it's. It's not so secretive a sauce. That another manufacturer wouldn't be able to step in. I mean there's institutional knowledge at Apollo they're geniuses at Apollo who know this machinery and know the chemistry and I'm sure that they will pass. On the information there is a consortium of vinyl pressures and companies involved in in the industry called the Vinyl Alliance who released a statement over the weekend and they expressed confidence that some sword of new solution can be found within the next year. Randall Roberts covers pop music at the time. He's the author of the article. How a fire in the inland empire could spell doom for the worldwide final LP Boom Randolph. Thanks for coming on the show. Thank you John and that'll do it for today. Remember you can follow us on facebook and twitter. You'll find us at the frame. I'm John Horn. Thanks for listening. We're back here tomorrow at the broadcast center..
"alfred molina" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"They didn't know what it was coming. You know this garbage just lie them just throw them bang. But in order, and I said, well, how am I how am I going to react because I'm going to be here. So what they do they plug one of my ears were was plugged up and the other area had Aena Wigan. Yeah. So I couldn't hear anything. All I could. Hey was dialogue. Right. So for me every firecracker just sounded like, yeah. Yeah. Very kind of vague faint in the background. Always I didn't re-. So they're all jumping out of this means and I'm walking through the same like icon, oblivious like in this coat child. And it was such a brilliant idea is so Britain goosey created this weird. There was this weird energy in that same. You know? Yeah. Because you everyone else's out freaking out, and I'm just floating through it. Like, you know, like, I'm oblivious was. Yeah, it's just singing love to we had such a good time at most of them. There was the there was a Joan c Riley did an interview somewhere, and he said, and he was being honest about that scene. And he said, yeah. Yeah. We just we were just sitting on the sofa watching the Alfred Molina show. Would you kinda was a good show? And you worked with him again on magnolia. Yeah. Yeah. Had a nice little in. That was interesting, and yeah, he's I love I love his work. You know? I was I was a fan. You know? I I'd seen holiday eight this movie, which I thought was fantastic. So this was a, you know, I just I would I would I said, yes. Even before, you know, even before Joan finished his first sentence any. Yeah. And you like like when I saw spider man to where he played the doctor octopus. Like, I like see the thing is is like you bring something sort of like so visceral to like almost anything you do like that. That guy seemed almost like I mean the way you played it was like it was almost Shakespearean somehow like, oh, that's that's very kind of. You know, like I said nice way of saying over the top, right? But but but that's good it required. Well, it was probably that was. I'm glad that came across because that was partly to do with San same Ramey. I think what he wanted was something. Although worldly, somehow he he wanted he wanted his villain to be in the same way that in the first one Willem Dafoe 's villain in the first in SAM's, I spider man via had this kind of larger than life. He had to kind of he had he had a style. Yeah. You know? And I think I think Sam was was was into that, you know. And so it was but that was another one that was another another amazing experience working in a way that I never would before. I know I'd never done a movie that was so technically complicated via you know. Yeah. It was an all the CGI and the animation and all the all the technology that was that was employed in that film was a level that I've never experienced before. And it was exciting..
"alfred molina" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast
"Real dumb. I would like to take the nipple away from Theresa and give it to Sheryl Crowe. Sorry. I just forgot that she was involved in the project. Well, molina. Oh, thank you. All this has been my My pleasure. pleasure. Absolute pleasure. Hopefully, we did not freak you out at the beginning. I know I was very flattered that I must admit I had no idea what you were talking about. But I'm I'm very thank merged with your face on it. It's a cartoon version of you. And it says feminist icon. Alfred Molina some very pleased to be a feminist on stuff. The wild with a feminist icon. Alfred Molina it is our fault. We can order you shirt looking. Yeah. Jamie designed it through the full. We'll do we'll do the work. There's pillows that's weird. Conway. Well, I'd love to I'd love to. I wish I was someone else now because I I wouldn't be able to wear that. Can you imagine walking around? It's not it's not. Said walking around with your agent's phone number on the Becky Jackie. And trust me. I've tried that. It just doesn't doesn't go down. Well, but I'm very that's very flattering. Thank you. Thank you has been such an honor and treat for us. Well, then invite me again, oh, we have the second time spoil it. Tomorrow. It doesn't matter where here. What did you guys do this every week with a different movie? Yes, grant, cool. Yeah. I been doing a long have you been doing the punk cost over two years. Yeah. Quite we've covered a lot. We do neponset on Spiderman two. Go Kentucky nights. We did. Almost raiders of the lost aria. We've covered a few tough stopping talking about that. I think it's I'm getting some getting so old and is like it's sort of. It's it's like Kennedy forty years old. So say is that kind of you have people saying these so what was it like making movies in those days? It wasn't exactly the silent here. Once again, we've been so honored and thrilled to have you here. Is there anything that? You would like to plug angel vine, which is the podcast that we've been all of the Vicary. I've been working on Oliver is the rioter, and I'm I just I just played opponent. And it's it's a great one for film buffs as well. Because it's it's a it's a sort of new law stories kind of loosely loosely based on the whole kind of you know, is it the blue of the black black Dahlia story the, and it's one of those great things. But it's basically like a movie inside your head. You know, and every every listener will we'll have their own the own movie going on, and it's besides so that's that's what we've been, you know, schlepping a took us around town talking about and that once again is the angel of fine engine. Fine. Thank you again so much for being absolutely my pleasure. Thank you so much for inviting me, thank you can do our plugs. But yeah, thank you so much, and we'll we'll we'll be here next week. Yeah. Phoenix by..
"alfred molina" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast
"Cast. My name's Jamie, Loftus, my name is Caitlin drunk day. And this is a podcast where we discussed the role of women in movies, you know, and possibly love. That's right. And we use the Bechtel test as a jumping off point to initiate a larger conversation about the representation and portrayal of women in cinema. And if you're the mall cinema. If you're not familiar, the Bechtel test is a media test that was created by cartoonist, Alison Bechtel, and it requires that the story has to female identifying characters who have names, they must speak to each other, and their conversation cannot be about a man, you think it'd be easy and yet almost movie can't do lot of movies fail. The or some of our faves. There's or like a barely pass where it's like you should kill yourself. Hey, that's mean, and then it passes. Yes upsetting that was the she's all that pass. So whip see for that movie today is a very special day. It's a very special day. I'm back till cast history. I don't know if our guest is aware of the big deal. This is for us. I don't know. We'll have to find out. I'm I mean, there's a lot of Lord. There's a lot of back story. It's it's all been coming down to this. Is this very moment. Yes. So in the interest of not burying the lead any further lettuce introduce our guest. Yes, he really needs. No introduction on this show. Everybody all the time. He is of course, actor Alfred Molina. Hello, hello. I'm getting slightly worried. Okay. So we were afraid this might happen. I don't know how adequately briefed you were on our podcast. Everyone's getting very also right before we came in. You were like, oh, that's crazy. We're going into a soundproof room nervously. And then we're like over to really spring something on them and soundproof room seem even worse. We're just huge fans. Do we mention you on every episode? Yes. Literally. Why on earth? Would you want to do that? It's on our feminist podcast. We mentioned you in over one hundred episodes in a podcast about how women should talk about. Don't get me wrong. I'm flattered slightly slightly worried for you. Well, you're also worried for our cell. And yet who are huge fans we regularly at the end of every show say fell for Molina wasn't in this movie. What's the part that we think p should've taken from someone else? So we have a lot of the conversation with myself. We should swap notes. We'll let you know where you belong in movies. You were in or. And who am I agent let her know as well? We'll do we're we're just so psyched to have more. Thank you. Thank you, very sweet, you know. So now you've picked the movie that we're talking about today. Yes. Erin brockovich. Is there any specific reason you picked this one, and what's your sort of relationship in history with this movie from just being a bit of a fan of Julia Roberts, but also on a personal level album. Finian I chums. And an I sort of voice, you know, I whenever you know, whenever album is in a movie, I was kinda gone watch it because he's he's he's one of I think one of the actors that certainly my generation of act he's he's a little bit. He's like about ten years or so ahead of me, maybe more. But when I was growing up and studying he was one of those actors that you sort of kind of reveal I suddenly revered him. I looked up to him a little bit. And he was he was the sole of ACTA. The I kinda wanted to be when I was very young. And he's always been, you know, the kind of character actor the that, you know, whole generation of a sort of a spot to. But also, it was such a really really interesting story. I mean, the the, and I mean films that have a female lead character, a traditionally, and the general kind of the general sort of intelligence seems to be that those movies a halt Amal kit the haunted to sell the harder to it's harder to..
"alfred molina" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"So but voice work is nice and handy, you can pump it in pope out keeps a bit of money coming in, you know. So it's yeah. I'm I also to be honest with I really enjoy it. I really enjoy. It's a it's an interesting way to he just that's reminded me you or on you might not even remember this. But you're on my daughter's favorite TV show, gravity falls as the multi bear. It was amazing. Alfred Molina to pop up on this Disney cartoon was fantastic. And I heard that a lot I got a phone call from my grandsons if you use he must have been about maybe twelve and go to phone cool, and which is unusual because he never kind of phones me the other way around and he and he just said Granddad, I'll you the devil. And I didn't quite realize the come to when am I I I've been Alfie what's wrong because I thought maybe he was upset about something. I said are you the devil? No. But you mean, 'cause my they'd seen, you know, a friend of his had watched an episode of Rick and Morty the voice, my it was the devil. And this friend of my grandson said often, you'll grant that's in. He's playing the devil, and I complete forgotten about some kind of taking him absolutely thinking he's having some kind of Christ. These guys do something free. Besson crisis. But it was on joys fun. I know we're wrapping up here. But I think the fans have our show would be angry. If we didn't talk about for ten seconds, at least probably your most iconic roles that's safe to say, sunny, one of the most outrageous. I think that was that was another example of, you know, the vote ho Skains theory of, you know, pumping for literally food that was full days. Okay. And it was it was I think no I haven't been able to verify this. But I think another actor had already been caused and that person what it is dropped out the story. I heard was the his manager who resides in said something like, you know, this movie's about pornography. I read done think you ought to be associated with something like that. And this act the pulled out because I was invited to come and do that literally four or five days before they were shooting the scene. So I think. Someone dropped out. You know, that was a case where you were just ask to be in it. Yeah. I just happen to be because one of the producers on you from the days when he was a costing dragged. Okay. And he just find me I'm on wouldn't do this. But as Paul, you know, we gotta shoot in four days time. I would you be interested. And I said, yes, you'll just send it to me. And I did the usual thing. I I applied that the Michael Caine rule, which is the if you've never done it before. Oh, you've never done anything like it before too. You know, and that and that that's always been Michael's. So he told you he tells a story about being offered a job, and he says, you know, says to the producer where where you shooting it, and they always shooting in Bora Bora, and apparently von cocaine's hang on. Shakira. Ev we have been a Bora Bora. Yeah. Okay. I'll do it. Just as valid reason to jump any. Any? Explains jaws for. Well, he also said once to enjoy a high standard of living, you often have to make a low standard of film and said, yes, he said that it is of you. So the great, Michael Cain. Now. He's night at the he's a, sir. Yeah. Yeah. He's. Right. Put that sort on her shoulder for Molina deserves it. I don't know if you if you leave the UK and make your life that they kinda go. The pad form. Sir. Thank you for being here. My much that was a lot of fun. Thank you. Again. The podcast. It's called the angel the fine. You can find all your podcast platforms. Oliver thank you for being here. Thank you for you. The pop culture Garin cockerel back there. There's Kevin clump Michigan role Elliot on them to be on the podcast AK47. gone. Not forgotten. If you enjoy never not funny why not sign up for the players club. You get.
"alfred molina" Discussed on Never Not Funny
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"alfred molina" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"Dot com slash Pardo to redeem your offer, let them know that we sent you that lets us know that you know, that we know that you like a clean shave, Harry's. When your face could use a shave everybody. Welcome back to the program pursue Twenty-three. Go crap twenty two twenty three twenty two and we had some numbers issues that Alfred Molina is, of course, recognized from his many roles in motion pictures, a lot of talkies television, right television. Right. The law and order one of the one of the ninety five law and orders. Right. I want to say law and order, Los Angeles. And it became known as Lola. L Lauren O to LA. Yeah. That's no longer on there. That was but then you were on something recently. Yes. I did the last thing I did on TV was feud Farrand, which you were wonderful. In fact, my wife, and I were just talking about that last night because they showed during the Golden Globes. It showed the commercial for. Fossey which is also on FX. Is it doesn't is being done at the same people. It is not. Okay. Well, looks good just to say, hopefully, yeah, I'll Sam Rockwell playing him fantastic. And then it got us talking about how much we enjoyed feud. And how great you were very kind to which I then said, hey on the podcast tomorrow. And then my son my eleven year old son went your duck. I am. And he goes dead. And make sure you told my said lo I will make sure that's interesting your son's eleven did. You say, sir. Yes. So he wasn't even born when the movie came out, which is like, a lovely. I love the idea of these films kind of have a have a continuation. You know, well after they've been released, you know, it's it's it's cool. What you're most recognized. Is that safe to say? Yeah, I think what it depends very often depends on the age of the person. Who's doing the noticing sometime? You know, there's a. There was you know, if it's if it's a younger crowd, particularly young males sort of under say under forty then Spider-Man, right? As the Los stall divinity code may be kinda come right? But then forty fifty it's a bit. Unites and some of the moment free to and then if it's if it's a a lot of women of that in that age group, you know, that they it's an education, and, you know, the psyche more sign we'll kind of John it, April so movies, Chokola chocolat poke, good example. What not without my daughter's or as we begin to know without my padeas. Well. And it was. Yeah. So it's nice. I I never I never get irritated. When people bring those old movies up because I was telling myself, you know, that those movies put two kids through college on. I'm you know, I'm grateful full disclosure. I did not remember you're in raiders lost. Ark. Did Did I? I? Up in those days. But my son remind him and he said dead mixture you ask them about raiders. And I said, I I I'm thinking he's eleven son. That's Harrison Ford. No, he's in the he's partner that's in the air on your head with the only because my said, well, several hours actually, the the irony is I was my tiny. It was only in the first maybe eight minutes of the movie, and it had absolutely nothing to do with the PLO of the rest of the movie. So that sequence which was full of action full of stuff that sequence Goeke was constantly being cannibalized trailers and promo reels..
"alfred molina" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show
"It's a procedural the structures the same week after week. And he said that he he'll go through the script over the weekend before they start. And he just he says there are two lines two kinds of lines the he'll just rub out instantly. And I said what Ave he said? Well, if riots gives me a line where I'm saying to someone I'm sorry for your loss that goes and the other one is any variation on. And then what happened? Oh, yeah. I kept not mind when I did my shirt law and order franchise. And I was I I was playing played that the then I ended up playing the one of the detectives and that kept coming up. Yeah. Every week. Yeah. Sorry, you loss. And I I didn't have the then what did you do? I I didn't have the guts to say. Yeah. It's not good enough. Christopher valenti. It's not. So I said the lines. Yeah. Well that I didn't have eleven years of the show behind me. Right. Well, that is the other thing too is when you start pushing back when you say, it's okay for me to say in what I really rather not do this. And that I think if if you come from the good side of it, all then you are instinct is to play along with others and be nice and want the team to win and do his hard work and help out as much as we can. But then yeah, I think something about it going from fifty what what I really admire about that that doing that show was the way you'd watch these actors would come in for one day or two days playing the victim's parents, right? All the and they would always have the one scene where they breakdown right either. In the in the jury books, or in the witness stand, or you know, in front of the policemen giving statement, they have that scene have the scene where the whole plug is laid out as to why they lost. The kid, and there's and he's always hugely dramatic and emotional and these actors I take my if I was wearing a hat. I would take it off because they they come in. They're like prepared they spend a whole day crying their eyes out. And then they go on they're doing more in that one day's work than you're doing the whole episode God going then what happened. Oh, man. And the answer is. Yes. Yes. I am much more particular about what's going to get out of my pajamas. All right. It's time for Kevin's pop quiz between five and fifteen points possible for each of the following three questions. This is for you for it wants to final scores tabulated it will be posted on our website along with the current standing in the top one hundred are you ready? I'm ready question. Number one, Keith David or David Keith. Case, david. That's correct question. Number two, Carl weathers or the weather in Carlsbad. Call weather's also, correct. Last question, Steve. Right. We've got three out of three clocking moved to the top ten. Holy cow. Congratulations. Oh, thank you. Well done who Steve Ryan. Okay. Okay. I'm getting missing right? Well, nicely done again the name of this beautiful park. I keep looking back because I don't wanna fuck it up. And it sounds like. Said Steve Jobs that would have been incorrect. No the way that particular game works is that I we would have got just as excited oak. Because if you long this or that the first two, and then the last one is just last. The angel. Vine the angel vying the crater again is. How are we spelling that Kathy? I think is via a c Q you. We're not even close. There. We are. Yeah. It's like cowboy without the at the end nice like arrow, but very night gone. The Angela vine check that out on Stitcher, or however, you do your podcast, ten episodes. I promise you'll enjoy. I believe we have. The lead. Detective Joe is coming on the show. Also a couple of weeks. I'm very excited talked to him about that. I thought he did a smashing. Yeah. He's wonderful and terrific in this. Yeah. The angel vine, and so many other things in the canon of Alfred Molina for everyone to enjoy. Thank you. Thank you. This has been a delightful pleasure. A coupla around..
"alfred molina" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show
"They, you know, there was one moment when I didn't know that those little pieces were actually I had to. I just thought that was something to do with the camera department. I didn't realize that was thing that all actors were looking down at right said their mind. That's right. Obviously knowing now a lesser director or someone with less patience as compassion or compassion may be shouted at me and told me over the stick to those bloody marks none of it Dougie Slocum Douglas slow. We was DP one of the great of the world came from behind the camera and on forget it. He said he said, I'm absolutely loving what you're doing. And I would sug love to have in focus. A lovely way to say if you could just not just be conscious of these marks. It would it would really help us. Great deal. And not sweet where you now know what that meant. Yeah. Absolutely. At the time. I was okay. Yes. You and and things like that. And just you know, the way that Harrison Harrison like he's my best friend shorter. I've seen him twice since. Then maybe. But the way he very generously. He knew it was my first movie we had all this stuff. Just the two of us some of it quite complicated. And he just in a kind of figuratively. And I think as a fellow as a fellow actor just kind of put his arm around me. And just said this would be fine. Yeah. You know? So every time I screwed up something I was dying inside. And he was kinda going about it. Yeah. Don't worry. Yes. This is easy. Yeah. And that made all the difference. I it it made me fall in. Enabled me to fall in love with films 'em in working on film. It made me wanna work harder. You know, made you want to be that kind of actor that you became which is up so generous to others. I didn't I learned so much, you know, because it's very easy to it's very nice. You're a newbie very easy to get lost in the mix because everyone else's got really. Let's be honest. Everyone got much bigger problems to deal with right in a way. Yeah. But the fact that it was. You know, the peop- were crucial people who took the time to explain down. It was just they they weren't kind of mollycoddle. They weren't gonna treat him. Like, I was special. They were just taking the time to explain. Yeah. I was just thinking it's not only sort of beautiful wonderful, of course. But also. Now that we've been around for too long. We understand that most people in the set working call it semi Demi retirement. Not bad. Steal that. Most especially actors. We do love telling stories and sharing experiences and helping each other along the way, but also the actor in in your case that you were that day would be the only newbie who would be teachable and how and someone you could help and someone that you could. You know, sort of nurture, and that is an amazing opportunity for someone who has any sort of heart doing what it is. We do in otherwise, it's everyone just hitting marks don't bump into the furniture. Yeah. Yeah. And I, you know, I've I've it made it made that experience still it's still so alive in my memory. Yeah. I'm not enough thanked Stephen publicly several times. Yeah. Will that movie? You know, meant for me. And what it what it did for us as a family and everything else..
"alfred molina" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show
"I'll stop talking about him. Now, I just love him so much, but I was telling him that I was recurring on this show. I love reoccurring. They're always happy to see you. Yes. Yeah. There's something about coming in and being that specialty hitter where everyone street you a little better than you should. And you know, you know, deep down is just just off fresh meat. But it's it's lovely. And but but the quality of the rioting was was such. I just I just I I could hear I could hit and more importantly, I could hear myself saying, you're sometimes you'll rear you kinda go. This isn't me. I there's no way I'm gonna find the rhythm for this. Sure. Or at such a challenge that you try to figure out a way to capture an energy that you've never count becomes becomes inauthentic. So then you sound like you're acting the worst possible way. Right. You know? But this that didn't a that didn't apply here, and and on a personal level, you know, all of my friend, and I was just so proud of him and his effort to kind of get this done. You know, he actually did. That thing we give each other that kind of advice all the time. Hey might do your what man don't wait for the agent of phone? You just get out there and make your own stuff. And he did. Yeah. And I think that. That kind of endeavor that kind of commitment. You know deserves support. Well, that's great to hear because we are limited by our magic nation only, especially if you have award-winning actor friends who can come in. And yeah, you know, listen. It is a great piece of material which you want to help your friend. But it what a relief that. He also gives you a great piece of the same time because there's one, you know, no, good deed goes unpunished. And. Version, which this is thankfully. The angel vine. So it it's feels familiar, right? The the story itself the drama had follows feels familiar so there's a sense of this happened. This happened. Is this the black? Dia would you know what I mean? Yeah. That going on in your head. But also all the actors are playing the drama straight. And they're they're committed to all their roles and performances. Well, that's something all of it was very very keen to stress yum. And which was that the only way this is such a heightened stylized foam. Yeah. Because it's kind of loosely based on travek is loosely based on a certain style, a style that we will think we know you say fill on one goes. Oh, ya know. You mean these? Yes. Guys in codes in the rain, you know, smoking lucky strikes. You know, we we have we think we have we have in our heads. But then when something comes along that we're both the quality of it and the. Intention of it kind of subverts all that makes it originally. Yeah. That's really. That's really exciting. Yeah. Well, I'm a bit of a podcast big fan listener to a lot of true crime sort of documentary style, what you favorite what you've been listening the true crime ones. Oh, golly. Who do I wanna plug? That's it goes through my mind. I've been listening. Yeah. It's not it's not a true crime series. It's a podcast about the history of Hollywood and movies. It's called you must remember this. Yeah. I've been listening to from the beginning. It's great. I love that show. Promise you pronounce her dis like, a tease like a de that makes me a little nuts. She has a she's wonderful and did not take anything away from her. But when you're in my ears that fucking much I need you to nunciate your T's example. So instead of butter she would say butter butter. But there are certain words, that's that's a bad example. He's trying to get you into their certain words that are. This is really a stupid nitpicky thing because the show is insanely successful. And it's also. With. Trying to she goes. Join me. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Sure. On the person listening other great actors, listen, we can all use a little creative and constructive criticism. And mine would be miss Longworth. Is that right? Yeah. So she's wonderful. But seriously work on your diction hunting. He says while he's wearing a time's up times to bracelet. Speaking of your character. Well, first of all check out the angel vine. You can get it on Stitcher, and.
"alfred molina" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show
"'cause I thought really the people. Remember the dance with the characters. Fucking name was do you? Remember jackson? Yeah. It was Jackson three. I'm not going to accept Mahad Jackson as an actual name. I think it was his diploma. Yeah. Rod Jackson lying. Second base for the comes tonight. South philly. Bod- Jackson loosely based during on someone. Who was I think Eric was Eric because I think played played him in in a movie where it was much more based on the real guy. I think it was a movie about was it cooled wonderland or wonderland wonder lust, none of it was quite a few years ago. You're right wonderland about the the the not Pete the John Holmes murderer. Yeah. Yeah. Oh, that's right. There was like a big. Yeah. Yeah. Kingpin who was in that movie as well. I think Eric played him. And that was that was the actual guy. And and I think our she was kind of loosely based on that, right? Yes. You're were you were in a film that was celebrated and Arab Rosen was not. I'm just gonna say whatever one out there is thing. But for those. It was it was a damn fine piece of work. I don't mean, you know, we finally worked together, although no scenes together. So you may not know that. Yeah. Have you seen the front runner? We're both in it for about nine minutes. Yeah. Yeah. I thought are a few times when I've sort of you know, bumped bumped into other actors enough. So it said, you know, a lot of work with sewn. So I've worked with him. I've worked with her. And then you think you think Washington, I we we're in the same movie happens all the time. But yeah, it's that was an I enjoyed that. I was fun. Yeah. I enjoyed the film very much. I thought Reitman did a great job. Yeah. And Hugh Jackman. Holy fuck are nothing. This guy. Can't do. Terrible golden. Yeah. I heard he has yellow thumb he has afraid to plant. It was a district. They die on him like starving. Children as I was surprised from the research to learn that you've lived in Los Angeles for awhile. I've lived his sins Ninety-three that was shocking to me..
"alfred molina" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show
"Possible way 'cause doesn't really care for you. We tried to juice fast after a day because you're trying to function trying to walk around and be a person which just started to pass out. It was like I can't I can't feel my face. What's happening? But if you lie down and binge watch TV I think that you fast would work because you get up like a stomach fluid. PR your ass every half hour. Happy new year to you. For those who give good God. Damn and my guest happens to be one of them. Thank god. The Marlins MRs basil season two dropped over the holiday on your Amazon prime head you like two days shipping will now as you get free programming as well. It's just the way to get you through the casino. That's his programming is Amazon has been a hundred million dollars on original programming. Just to get you to walk through the casino and spend some money. But our lead actress, Rachel, Brosnahan, brilliant, brilliant leader of the gang. One won a Golden Globe last night. We were all there. It was quite fun to timer. Now. God blesses hardest thing in the world. Other than the fact of the golden glove voting body is a fucking joke. It's like one hundred thirty nine members you can win with like forty votes. It's the most corrupt organizations in Chicago, politics and proof positive when the Kaminsky, whatever the fuck one best show. But and Michael Douglas, you know, if you have a list of who's funny between Sasha baron Cohen. Jim Carey, I'm thinking, Michael Douglas, right? Let's move him to the top of that anyways. No bitterness. Yeah. That's it. We'll we'll get to our guest right to k- PCS fanmail g mail dot com. I will come back Meigs e going to be on the program who plays my son on the Mazel program. He'll be on the chat show next week. So so right many questions about him to him. And I'm happy to ask them KP family g mail dot com or at let's get to our guest..
"alfred molina" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"A emptyheaded you know 10 poll movies but they have written all these articles that it the movie in the yet has a save the entire summer box office has made such an obscene amount of money and then they hoped it would be big but i don't think anybody expected this and they're saying that saved the whole summer which is nice for them monetarily speaking but as someone who likes to go to the movies you know that's my husband and i will let you go to the movies we love to go we enjoy it and how often do you go i mean the thing is coming to times a week threetimes early i mean no probably once a week if if they're stefan but one of our greatest frustrations is looking in thing nothing when we're willing to go and see pretty much anything you know all it has to be is just we're actually at a thousand ching left out it are you are you drug his arm still i'm still a fans all i like army to all yeah i'm driven i'm attracted to movies by who's in it new directed it who wrote it i'll follow people yep and i'll always give it the benefit of the doubt even if it's like a complete ch change of pace sore or your honor for someone yeah exactly you cannot ask like oh you know was like i still i still go and see every deniro movie yeah well sure even if he's even if it's not even if it's a bad movie yeah and god knows you know the he's got a few others bill thumbing there's always something in that moves that he was he's a median early last year area yeah not a great movie but not watching him play that character who is so.
"alfred molina" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"Any will you choose to play then i show off my parents they show off convincing you on stage and i haven't yet if they're no pressure but go back to the states i can't let them like on ice tough italy as though is but let me ask you if we goes on i want to ask you something sure 'cause i know europe europe europe so imbued in film and soap sort of sort of saturated movies an an and the history what do you think is going to happen in the next ten fifteen years or well i don't know i mean i don't see i don't agree with the doom and gloom people who say that movie theaters are going to disappear or the idea of moviegoing is going to vanish from our lives i think people like going out to the movies still it's an activity it's not just a you even if you could get the film at home shirt nice to be able to have a new film at home but you wanna stay home every night all the time and and where you're going to go on a date we're going to call just hang out with some friends where can you afford to go out the price of concerts is is is high the price of sporting events is high you can afford to go to the movies i think they're all those reasons that moviegoing is is is here to stay in one form or another and of course it it's the middle we all notes the middle range movies they're in trouble on the indy's that always have to struggle to get people to go out and see them but they are there and people still find a way and the specialty movie chains in the specialized movie theaters are alive and well as we learnt every euro we go to the art house convergence was mosser by it's a it's a it's a conference sponsored by sundance institute inc leads into sundance its four after for the sundance vessel tarnoff and there were like six hundred people there at an earlier this year was the most they never had a people who own little singlescreen movie theaters in communities where people kiss their feet because it's the only place within twenty five miles where they can see an indy film of foreign film documentary and right so they're still out there doing it.
"alfred molina" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"And this exhibition is fantastic emmys full of wonderful clips and on posters and costumes and and one of the one of the exhibitions is a little kind of eightminute film and it just traces the history of of the western has a genre and in the middle of is spielberg talking about john forward little tiny little clip and the way he talks about john ford's films the way talks about the western john he he's he's not a filmmaker anymore he's just like an he's a fan yeah this been enough that they will you decide that thing we does but the shadow of the gun comes out and olds we i mean the end this of you that that the the barrel of the gun catches will ally in the waves talking about it was absolutely it was delightful so when paul thomas antigen called you again near fifty i'm magnolia did he didn't have to twist your arm enough this was model the i i said to him are are looking to do away for you took me of my word yet and i was great host doused opd i'm always it's always very it's always very flattering when when a direct you've worked with coors you back a second time it's it's it's very nice it's a very nice feeling because you know you're going to you're going to have a good sign with abbot of i was i was more than happy yet more than happy i'll a little film that i also measured the jesse when we were talking before the cheek hasn't seen i think one of you would enjoy it as much because if you were there at the top you had to be there is this story it's the clifford irving story the hoax all right right but you may was richard gere for lasse hallstrom right that's right which of maya second movie for whoever heavy aftershock allow un ivy heat that's a really to really cool for yeah about an amazing story yeah and if you were alive then and you know the story about this man who purported to have done on as told to autobiography by howard hughes.
"alfred molina" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"So on these premises you are dr octopus you are doc are very proud to be the andhra well you should be because spiderman to is one of the greatest superhero comic book movies ever made thank you i mean that's just too it's my opinion but it's not a humble opinion now not an evil billions if you go to seed the film the finished film spiderman too what does that feel were when you go to see the finished film what does that feel like because when you were on the said you didn't have the appendages exactly well yes we did you did it i didn't in some of the shots i did the the tent ducks tentacles were a combination of computer graphics animation and live liveaction i'll and there were lots of short not the in all the action sequences they were other computergenerated oil animated but in some of the the acting sees eyes i call them you the way you saw them like in the background they within operated by poverty is while and each arm there were four each arm had i think it was at least three puppeteers lau and we call them harry larry flow in mo aryan larry with a with a big ones the legs and if the flow in mode flow was operated by a female puppeteer and flow was my right hat with eyeglass was like the right hand and flow udl the delicate stuff like taking of the losses enlarging the cigars of lila while and so we had to kind of light practice all of that you know we kind of rehearsed over and that we saw in the face while there was a bit like glass as well like out of the but we works as a team that was the we were like in fact i got a whole bunch of teeshirts printed because the joe was going around that some cousin dunst had um she all her entourage were cool love the coast and crew and then tobey maguire as entourage was known as team toby.
"alfred molina" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"Working with steven spielberg who was already a star director harrison ford was already a big yubo having harrison was the big box office of knowing karen allen a and a whole bunch of british and european actors because the whole production came to europe because in those days the british film industry was in a bit of a slump and you know the big major studios were desperate for anything that come in i mean places like shepardson and pine with they were making commercials them in the industry was a real i love so paramount moved its entire production to london and did all that costing out of london apart from you know apart from to sort of the two american leads so it was like you know it was like a bonanza for us i was i was working in the theater i was doing i was working for equity basic which are karn where he wasn't that silence about 35 which is to see like minimum yeah i was working on minim union minimum and then suddenly this movie comes along and my daughter was about to be born we will completely broke and i i it it was like a gift from heaven i mean and our thank stephen publicly and privately many times but also not only that it was i knew nothing about movies and an eye but i knew i wanted to learn and you know the company and the cost and the crew ruling incredibly hopefully this once i had no idea for will you offer will you kind of film film fanatics out there i had no idea what the monks were fall i would see the camera assistant pulling near the focus pool of putting down ma he come at me with his tape and somebody would put a yellow bit a type on the floor i i thought i must be something to do with them you know they must be measuring some them i i did not i didn't know it was for us so you know and i can completely ignored them no no not mean me a mainly in a man wage jobs ignorant.