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"andrew garfield" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

42:29 min | 9 months ago

"andrew garfield" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

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"andrew garfield" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

05:14 min | 9 months ago

"andrew garfield" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee with Michelle Visage

"Okay you you can leave now explain so much do we know bucking the system is just senior personality I I didn't set out to buck the system it's more just like I feel like I know how we should all behave like I have is I think I have a percents of ethic like an ethical value system in the way of moving in the world and I I hold other people too that sounds good life alert this argument but like if you racist if you're homophobic you're on the wrong side is really simple it's true but you know I living paper this morning I'm coming to this place where I think you know I want to I think the best thing I could do is just stay out of harm's way at this point because it's the world is upside down in a way that I've never seen it like Iraq war and I'm thinking products sell mugs McDonald's and I have in my house exactly and so I'm thinking it's probably smart to just sort of stay out of the way for a hot minute not forever just for me did it because this seems like a fight that is not going to have win it's a lose lose situation and interesting you know have you ever have you ever thought what I think I'd better take a back seat to swim I feel like I'm doing the in a in a certain way because of my I guess my privilege as a as a straight is someone who identifies as straight and white and male it's my my backseat right now is to listen Ed tension to the to the the complaint that have been millennia in the making from from most marginalized groups that have suffered colonial rule English people like main so like so my might taking a back seat is is I guess ally ship is being as as much we're in like it is at times but I think what people don't realize that there's beginning tires beginning times exactly officer times during the metamorphosis of a butterfly it's a very violent a transition it's very violent and what emerges is a beautiful butterfly John's do you think is going to get more violent I think so I think the way we've set this thing up this human life on this planet what happens is we've set it up to where things have to break down the very bare bones before it can build back up again now it doesn't have to be that way but that's the way we've all agreed upon it doesn't have to be that way we could actually learn from the history and go okay this this equals that's why I think Chaz is such an important game not enough people play chess my denver the kid I understand the tenants of chest and understand how to take two steps back look at the whole landscape and go oh you know if I do this that's probably going to happen they're gonNA consequential game inconsequential and so the one of saying is doesn't have to we don't have to take a long way home we don't have to but that's what we've all agreed upon and that's what we're GONNA do and it's on the bus still running the bus is still running ditch you'll have to walk oh no it's it's it's sad but as long as we have gorgeous men around who are willing to take two steps back and look and consider how other people feel and that's not just for white straight Englishman's it's for everyone everyone has do that and that's very important so we've got a show to film I wear Auden well you're you're a guest judge on our television program on the program the Rupaul Drag Race UK interesting that's right and little program BBC the BBC seven ruling the world owners my lunch break I wouldn't have done it I don't know that you can take an extra bomblet Andrew Garfield Are Lovely thank you so much for joining us on the podcast yes darling will end you that was great to be back right after this yeah babies can talk forever about the magic of Blue Apron I absolutely love them they have changed my life normally I'm a mom cooking for a family of four now with Lilia College cooking for a family three but still the same old cookbooks and recipes online they get boring and they don't and not really step by step you try to figure it out you don't have a right this with Blue Apron you have the right everything I love everything about them because A. I can go online or on the APP and I can pick what I want so if they choose this recipe is in line with kind of the other recipes you've liked and my daughter Lilla says you know I.

"Spider-Man" Is Leaving The Marvel Cinematic Universe

Mornings on the Mall with Brian Wilson

04:20 min | 11 months ago

"Spider-Man" Is Leaving The Marvel Cinematic Universe

"So here's the way this works Marvel creates a spider man Stanley creates spider man Marvel's got the rights to it for years Marvel which wasn't really producing movies end up selling the rights to Sony so then we get the Tobey Maguire version of spider man in the in the beginning of this century and so we see those movies they're wildly successful Sonny tries a reboot with this guy Andrew Garfield I thought the movies were fine but they were critically reviewed very poorly and audiences were not really going for it either they didn't make what they want in the box office so Sony finally gets over itself and says okay fine we'll work with Marvel on this incredible cinematic universe that they've created with Iron Man and all these other characters they put them all together in this giant marriage that work out the contracts the right way and ends up being a smashing success well it's over we get news yesterday spider man is now leaving the Marvel cinematic universe Tom Holland who's played the character really well in the latest movies well not apparently be although there is a some hope still hanging out there apparently be a part of any more of these Marvel cinematic universe's movies and instead Sony's just gonna hold onto I'm selfishly because they can't agree on you guessed it money for more on this we got Victoria Gleick is the executive producer filling in this morning for our heather hunter Victoria I know you watch all the stuff really closely checks to me about this yesterday to me America you were very disappointed in the US yes it's funny because my friend Logan shot out to him texted me and I ended up texting this Chris plan if I weren't twenty two I would be angry crying right now just because I think Marvel did such an amazing job with spider man and Sony and they kind of saves the character concerning I think mess it up some with Andrew Garfield Andrew Garfield am and it's I could enter Gardasil right actor and they did but they did the same thing with the new venom movie like Tom hardy would have been he is the perfect venom any such a great actor but they made such a forgettable movie yeah I hate that I did I said this to you yesterday and I hope this is right in the long run I kind of hope that these studios these major studios do maintain some distance from one another and and create products to compete because it doesn't seem like Disney's taking over everything I mean Disney on think about what does the US Disney owns the Muppets Disney owns Star Wars the entire franchise Disney owns all of marble Disney owns Disney ESPN and ABC I mean you just got unless you don't fox now you don't everything fox's ever produced all the movies that's on by Disney now no Disney plus is coming out the streaming service what is it next in two months or so October I believe they're coming out the streaming service to compete with net flex and they own everything the behemoth I'd like to see a Sony Sony studio exist that can actually produce something to compete with Disney because it feels like everything's a little to consolidate it now I agree with that but I just think taking that character that belongs to the Marvel universe is just absurd to me what's the contract on this and how long to Sony get to use the spider man character do we now it's like a crazy agreement they get a spider man four ever at the to the expense of Marvel and the thing that bothers me is that kind of set it up in the last movie far from home as far from home yes far from his when he goes overseas yeah they set it up in the last movie that he's is basically going to be the main adventure spider man and I was like the conflict he was having throughout the movie is like he wasn't sure if he was basically ready to be the main Avenger yeah so I don't really know what their plan is also the last movie ended on a cliffhanger I'm not gonna say what it is I haven't seen him yeah but ends on a cliffhanger and I'm just like and he's done really well for John by the way they've they've earned over a billion dollars worldwide so far on that movie it's been the I think the only smash success of the summer has been that's vitamins anyway it's wild he's a good he's good at that role but once again he's not actually American is neat nice British yeah what's what's the deal here I can we get Americans the plate American superheroes I have no idea but I think you did amazing and I think a lot of fans are very emotionally attached to Tom Holland as writer man why no one who is thank

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"andrew garfield" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"andrew garfield" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"I think in the patronizing stakes one of us has scored more points than the other today. I would put on a par with to be honest unhelped. I know, but he's very much a pretty straight at -tations Terai GP Henson is our heroine if that is the word, she's a sports agent. She is extremely aggressive in her life. And she goes to a head to talks your psychic a play by Eric Badu being extremely weird which I enjoyed and also bangs her head. So was it the psychic. Or was it the head by that prompted her to suddenly be able to hear men's inner thoughts, which all come neatly delivered in sentences in the way of the Mel Gibson, which I'm not sure is really high people think it's not a thing. I had twenty five thoughts. Why we're thinking about right? More More about. about. One of them was about sex. Yeah. The twenty four. Yeah. Two of them are about Liverpool. Okay. Second I kind of links to the sex thing anyway, which member of never moving on. So. So did you find? So she anyway, she can hear men's thoughts. It's kind of a weird story. She does become slightly less boorish because I think the film in a very good decision of actually making her quite awful to begin with. There's a there's a hilariously bad sex scene, which is you don't often see in Hollywood movies, but at the same time, and she kind of learned that maybe she doesn't need to be quite a ball breaker to get ahead in life. Right. But there's an interesting thing here, because of course, in the Mel Gibson film. He was taking advantage of the power structure that he had benefited from. And suddenly learning about the fact that other people might not have the same advantages. He does. Whereas I think she's already very very keenly aware of the fact that she doesn't have the same is. So it's not it doesn't have that other level of learning to be about a person. It's just literally she's not a very nice. I lacks deep subtlety analogy in subtexts that the Mel Gibson film has hey, that's a ninety Myers films. So there's a little bit subtext. Well as great kitchens. Kitchens. Those Sears seen her village on my anyway, so there's there's a lot going on as well. It's a quite long films verging on to ours, which comedy's a little bit long. Exactly. Yes. So I mean, I like him for the wedding planner. I don't like all of his films since necessarily quite much. But this isn't bad. I think it's is mix of stuff. There's a lot going on sometimes too much feels like a few people have been kind of cut or down quite significantly. But like her relationship with eldest whole ges will is is really nice. He's the typicals dreamy love interest in this kind of film. There's a lot more workplace stuff than romantic stuff, which is pretty much as it should be. It was in the Mel Gibson, and it's not bad, and she's very very good. I'm astonished movie. But delves demands inter thoughts is somehow about two hours long. It's know that much about sex. I mean, there's quite low sex chat. Right. We do start at a Hindu at one point with, you know, inflatable penises and all sorts, but there's not as much sex as you would think an even though she's a, you know, sports agency. There's no as much sports chat as you would think. So it's getting into the fact that, you know, men have real problems to an insecure. Blessed like, sex and sports. What else is there was left? Wasn't that think about yourself to d in men?.

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"andrew garfield" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"andrew garfield" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"I'm just quickly touch on on silence, which you mentioned before an incredible film that really feels as much got kind of critical praise and stiff when it came out that sort of Scorsese film. I think is the type the kind of grows in stature in the people kind of continue to to discover over time your reflections on wyking on silence. And do you have people who come up to you and say I finally around so watching that it's kind of mind blowing. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I, you know, it's a film that. As a period of time that lives in may in you know, that you're not you have those periods of time that just like also deeply ingrained in you'll body memory that you can just kind of like you can your hand on Ango. Oh, gosh. Yeah. Wow. That was an amazing thing. And I'm so happy that I get to carry that. With me. I am happy that I get carrier is a experience, and, you know, not only working with him, which is a dream come true for any ACTA, but getting to know him as a human being and gained the workings of his mind how he creates. But then not only that on top of that working on such material. You know, it's the same thing. I feel about angels in America in the sense that you're working with ideas and themes that are universally human and are larger than us an individual and. That's great. I'll is to me. That's what great storytelling is to me. Is that when it even if it's about something very specific like Portuguese missing missionaries in Japan and in the sixteen hundreds it's about everyone. And I think that's where I excited about why do is a as a as an actor. As a storyteller is the same thing with angels in America. You know, you you kind of like you leave the theater every night. And you see people that are changed by watching a story that have their minds open at the hearts cracked open. Oh, more in touch with themselves than they were previously. And I think that's the effect that those kinds of great all stories have and silences definitely one of those. And I, you know, I'm very lucky very grateful. And yeah, yeah. It's a beautiful thing. Having to know him. What something that people wouldn't expect about months, how constantly funny? He is. And how constant? Lightly. Ribbing he is of everyone in everything. And for the most part he wants an ambulance light. Joyous vibe on set like and he'll make an appropriate jokes at the wrong time. And I found that really endearing and wonderful. And also, he has the most sensitive is you've ever come across like he there are moments where he will require absolute pin drop silence on sad. Because he's so a Choon to everything all the time. He's so Choon in so sensitive. He's he's such a sensitive ten demand. He just picks up on everything. So just around things you were saying that you kind of on a sabbatical downtime. I mean through your career you've done these all out blockbusters you've done these kind of really large scale character dramas these more intimate indie films. I'm kind of beyond this break. When as you head out what what kind of calling to you at the moment. That question because it is does feel like calling like it's hard to listen when you're running around all the time. So I'm it's nice to stop and look out the window the train and kinda taken this around. He's a bit. And listen a bit deeper I and I don't know right now. There are a couple of projects that I'm going to be doing which I'm really excited about one of them is a film called mainstream which I've been working on with Jia Coppola for a couple of years. We've been kind of. Kind of writing it together with with another friend of Tom Stuart, and that's been passion project for her, and she's become a friend. So I'm going to throw my hat in the ring and help help get that vision realized and it's been she needs to get out of. It's it's heavy in the sense that it it some it's about modern culture. It's about celebrity culture. It's about hero worship wash ping the wrong heroes..

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"andrew garfield" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"andrew garfield" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"And I thought oh, yeah. I want to and I I was in the middle of shooting. Hacksaw Ridge in Australia them at that moment. So I think it was a tonic to to read something so opposite. And I thought I wanna go and do that when did the shoot happen because I the in angels in America stage when he was just the most incredibly production. I have no idea. How you did that? Yeah. None of I think it was it was wild to go through that. But thank you. Did you shoot this before after angels in America? Will you in that kind of stage mindset, will you where were you when when this show? It was a really intense time. I so I just finished a film the Andy Cirque historical breathe. So we started in October. We were shooting in and around that time is when all of the Oscar campaign stuff is happening, which is a fulltime job for anyone. I guess fortunate enough to be in that position to have a film considered an in that way. And I was very lucky that year, I had two films that were, you know, I'm re proud of them really proud to be a Paul of Hacksaw Ridge is one of them. And then silence the Moscow Sese film. And so it was a very intense time in that really impossible to complain about way because everything misreading wonderful. I just didn't have the energy to really. Be in eighteen places at once like I was making this incredibly wild and wit film with this incredible young filmmaker while simultaneously. I was doing press for these two films that I'm incr- I was incredibly proud to be a part of. And I really wanted to give myself to each each of those things and simultaneously. I knew I was about to go into her hustles fringe within America in January, and I was a little spread thin. Little bun town, so strangely doing Silverlake at that time was an antidote. I was able to go and say I love the crew so much. I love them the makeup in the head apartment. So my I was like I was cozy at work for the first time in a different way than I've ever been because everything else was so intense at that moment, so civilly was this kind of like place of rest for me in a strange way. And then we finished kind of early Lee two thousand must've been seventeen and and I went straight in. I I went back to London. I went straight into a house. Russel's for this eight hour masterpiece of a play injuries in America. And I was just jetlagged and just kind of fucked. Really, I was on my knees. But then I get cool from David the director saying, hey, we need a couple of pick up shots on. Icon, and I was hoping to fly back for Oscar stuff. Anyway, it's it's all like, you know, dreams coming true. And all I wanted to do like being bed. I guess how how it works out. So it was all happening simultaneously matching that feeds into to Sam obey as well. Because he is he is in his own little if you kinda wacked out I was trying to I think that's small. Yeah. I was I was trying to use it. I was trying to just be like, I don't know. Like, I'm kind of Ainley retentive when it comes to my work, usually, I'm very I like, very preparation focused and so fucking pad. So that I can count on to set and totally go and fully trust the moment with Sam my purse had to change because of circumstances. But also the film itself, I think there was a sense of oh, I just want to let myself be totally lost totally spontaneous..

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"andrew garfield" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"andrew garfield" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"You so they wanna stretch their wings, and the and this is giving them the chance to do. So so they set during the studio and they've been kind of cherry picking people from the star in these movies. So they're producing seventeen bridges and action thriller with chubby bozeman, they're producing DACA Helen. They're producing DACA, which is an action film. Starring Chris Hemsworth, the inferior C H. And now they're producing impossibly directing. I think this might be the first hour to'real movie post, you Jerry, which starred Tom Holland as his based on a kind of semi memoir from this American soldier Nico Walker who's currently in prison in the states because when he got back from Iraq he was suffering from severe PTSD and that led them to opioid addiction an led him to committing crimes running around robbing banks around robbing banks and now he's in prison. But he's written this book as being turned into movie, and Tom HAMAs gonna start it. He's going to give good acting. Okay. Wow. You're you're saying you're still early on that one. I've seen the kids work. He's pretty damn good. Well, that was a really nice briefy pill and James. He did a good job of the tiling. So that's getting us believe you also had some season. King news you wanted to show. Yeah. So there's a great Steven king book. He wrote with Peter Straub called a talisman commend four fantasy thing. Very dark thing. Takes place in several imperilled universes. Ours. An a place called the territories. And it's about a young kid who fencers into this world, and is looking for this thing, the talisman of the title, and it's one lucid king books hasn't been adapted for the big screen or indeed the smallest green, but as going to be adapted. Mike Barker who is a director on the likes of Fargo, the TV show and the Handmaid's tale is going to direct this movie with Frank Marshall producer this exciting stuff. Feels like a Rene sort of almost golden age of king out of -tations if you don't count the dark tower, I do not with which this has some similarities, but yeah, I'm excited about and just finish off very quick mentions richly grant. And Tony Bandera have signed. Up to join the hit man's wife's bodyguard. Shooting last weeks. We've got pictures of online of similar Jackson, Ryan Reynolds, and some Hayek reuniting because I think we all just really wanted to know what came of those characters names are so familiar to us all the new the whole ten yards. Isn't it? Crying out for. But I mean, that's a heck of a lineup. Right. That's a really good cast. So we've. Joy Morgan Freeman that's hard to dismiss. I mean, the whole nation is behind. Devas now that is true. Just for him. Just tonight, the real interim Olisa courses, the hit man's, wife's wives guards accountant. Trey the third sequel. And finally, Denzel Washington has known to cop thriller little things where he played little things goes too little and buys things. Thank you for making. Accents. Anyway, little things things film. Pelham? He's starting this film where he plays a sheriff or sheriff's deputy tries to help a bigger CitiCorp find serial killer, and he has a real eye for detail the little things.

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"andrew garfield" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"andrew garfield" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"In fact, you can still check it out right now, we didn't talk time bandits. If I had my sort of nine to the future, maybe we would have talked about it. But who knows so essentially a young boy goes on a journey and adventure through time with a group of dwarfs who emerged from his closet and had an all star cameo cast. You have liked John Cleese? You had Sean Connery in there as well. Really weird really funny deeply as you might imagine giving it a Terry Gilliam, really deeply trippy, and the kind of kids film that because it's a kids film. It's a kids film. It's centers on a kid, but it's really dark and really gnarly in a way as well. And the kid has a really interesting relationship with his parents, but yes, tastic really great and absolutely ripe for TV show because of the nature of tumbling three times lends itself to this sort of episode agreement come on what British TV show, for example has ever succeeded in travelling through time to new era weekly led by an eccentric person. Mean nothing good. You're so anti doctor who oh. Goodnight. Sweetheart. No. That was like the same time period. This is like many different time. Oh, yeah. Okay. No, no, nNcholas Lyndhurst. I mean w. So take away t- would seem like a super good fit for it. Because you know, anything he talked. She's awesome. No hope breaking news Oskar is confirmed that episode nine will be the end of the Skywalker Salga fat that presumably someone enough didn't ready. No. Thank you. Half of that one person who lives in a cave. Thanks for for clear now. But this was this was actually taken up an awful lot of new sites, including all including ours as gospel. It's like, oh my God. Have you heard this as like, no, basically what happened here? Here's an Oscar Isaac has just read the press release. Lucasfilm issued to Mark the start of filming says the end Skywalker in fairness being allied to discuss the press release is more than they've been allowed to. Several film the best in who has written about these films. I can attest to that fact. Also, there's every possibility that Oscar Isaac didn't know that until recently because this is situation we only get the sides of the script that they're in the film it. That's all ad-libbed kind of crazy. So he might not have no one. Until recently entirely possible. All right. Couple more just to wrap things up Thome Holland in the Russo brothers. Wait, hang on the second. Is this another marvel story? No. Okay. Okay. Fine. Not that one note that one the other one is going to retain with the Russo brothers James roof..

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"andrew garfield" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"andrew garfield" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"But only by a couple of. I'm what's a couple of million here or there, you know, six biggest opening of all time. Marvelous marvelous indeed and captain marvelous as well, which is fantastic. Just imagine how much more it would have made windy man babies actually bothered to show up. Oh, they hundred percent did four hundred and fifty five million and twenty dollars. One hundred percent Owen. See it. I have no doubt whatsoever. And that's why they've stopped bitching about am also on the marvel trained finally, and I swear this last one we have until that there are a couple of Stanley cameos in the bag that will appear in future marvel film. So certainly for I guess endgame, and I think we can far from home. There's still going to be the Sunley Comey. Also, I haven't played that game yet. Have you played the game? Where you go through Spiderman into the spine versus ball stands because there are loads and loads Stanley com us hidden within the movie, I know of few so always heaters the Stanley cameo, but he appears daughter throughout As as. as extras and bystanders and whatnot of the scene that the end of the the big chase where miles around. Listen, Peter, b Parker made and the flung to the ground in New York and people walk over them. Step over them and miles goes, thanks a lot New York. One of those people is Stanley. So that's really cool. I really liked that. But if we are here not here, but if I were here, and we were talking about marvel than we talk Shang Chi. Yes for which there was some casting nine this As week. we head. But Gary on the casting of the director, no less stretching it destined Daniel Cretin who is the director of short term twelve which weirdly enough. If you look at the cast that movie is seems to be some sort of the root of brilliant over the last few years, so Brie Larson's star running Malik is in it. They both have Oscars Keith Stanfield Steffi Beatrice from Brooklyn nine nine and destined. Cretin is the director of shying Chee now shine chief, you don't know who that is. Don't worry I didn't either. And I'm a massive marvel comics fan, I think read some stuff with Shanxi in it. But basically a character created in nineteen seventy s at the height of you know, marvel were ferry opportunistic time, shall we say and their creation of certain characters in the sixties and the seventies and the eighties..

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"andrew garfield" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"andrew garfield" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"That was kid. I like that I still maintain that most of this. The majority of this probably still comes from the first twenty minutes of the movie still don't think we're seeing anything close to spoiler epic. And even if we wear they are Trixie hobbits is and I wouldn't trust a word of it. So it's also abstract as well. So even stuff that might be from final bottle. There is even indeed a final battle. You know, you get glimpses shots, and it doesn't lay anything out. Really? We're still no closer. All we know is that the offenders are pissed off and want to settle the score with the big purple guy. It's almost like their name sort of reflects the way feeling right now. It was interesting. How much of the footage was from flashbacks the regional origin be in black and white or they're curious curiously they didn't have time to find footage from the incredible hulk. I think that films actually been lost. I don't believe any copies of it's still existent marvel age. Know guys up. I think if you if if you actually put the disk in the machine you'll find it's white. Norton, antivirus, Norton, antivirus, Norton EDNA, we get it. We very much enjoyed the the secrets of the end where holds up his hand for the axe which struck me as an answer to very specific question which goods. I'm not saying I'm just saying in his head. He clearly asked the question stock is hand and received the answer. Don't don't do Chris even here. I believe in your ability to not do it. If I were here. Sure. I would totally go. Where is it be funded? You is ridiculous. Use those gold. I'm not here. So I'm not going to. Thank god. You're not right. Well, that was good high. The Aladdin trailer. It was a trailer. Was it was it was a better trader than the last trailer. Than last read before that getting better the genie looks less like Dwayne Johnson in the scorpion king this time around. You know, they the siege is improved. I mean, it's a Latin. It's it's another Disney movie that that that is obviously that being quite faithful to the regional. Minded me of the original some people sing a bit of song. And they do an okay job. I think still have the Katie price. Peter Andre version. Version if you haven't heard the first go and check it out on YouTube. If you haven't heard that version. Lucky lucky person? There are two versions. I know they're the there's the version where the us auditor n-. That's okay. And then is the I really don't use all to Choon, and that's so much better than okay. Check it out. Is your friend liberalism eleven costing us. Y'all. Go has been coffee is the voice of Alan tunic animated, good luck, Jon Allen. Because this is the thing he's become the John Rottenberg of Disney animation. So does this mean he nine becomes the John Ratzenberger of Disney live live in inverted commas versions of Disney animation. He's been well. He was in stores, which is Disney, and he was chicken and one. Okay. Let's keep it on the marvel. Disney trained for a little bit longer. We should mention quickly kept him Marvel's box office, which was pretty stunning at the weekend. Now the lot of very well. Intentioned men. I have no. Last week telling me that this movie was going to tank horribly because everyone hated breed Larssen, and she's a bad person. According to these people, and it would appear that they are rather surprisingly, a minority. The reason is really down to the female experience. And let me explain that. You. Thanks, James that will be super helpful. Shame. But yes, it was four hundred and fifty five million dollars worldwide hundred fifty three million in the US. The biggest opening I believe for female lead film, ever worldwide, which is pretty good going. And I know. Yeah. The hunger games movies worldwide. Yes. Because they did slightly better in the states..

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"andrew garfield" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

04:39 min | 1 year ago

"andrew garfield" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Return. Let me just check here of five pounds and half pack of chewing gum, so. Yes. Hallo pod. I'm Helen O'Hara. Welcome the podcast. Are Chris was held up hanging with a huge a list star today. So I'm subbing in like, captain marvel turning up to make up for the lack of well half the vendors. Helen. Thanks, wait. What where did you get here? And he's a sandwich. Well, yes. So you are nothing if not professional so it turns out that we were actually delayed starting this podcast you to someone else and Chris had time to turn up. In the meantime, but I'd already written the script. So that's very polite way of saying I was nearly half an hour later as you can hear him joined by several colleagues of such lethal cunning. I we've man who wouldn't stop banging on about the pilot TV podcast, even when we marooned him in space. So he's very own ironman. Good. Good. Chris you're doing great. Helen. I'm not even here carry on backseat. Pulling Jesus, absolutely. Well that kind of recognition of female colleagues skills. It's a bit like four, isn't it? Chris. I know deep I biceps myself as amazing. Thank you. And finally, we have a quiet, man. A man who may not have been on the last episode, but who's going to play a big role this time. And here's a great haircut. He's our own Hawkeye. It's John Nugent. I should point out. I don't have a mohawk. No, no, no. No. It's definitely not say it was five minutes early. Just when I made that clear I would like to that you wear that is true. So we are going to kick things off with a question. We're going to leave vendors aside for a moment and kick off with a question, and it comes from galactic action, aka Nick. And the question is what's the best comic book, film adaptation, that isn't a superhero story he votes, he says for American splendor, I suppose, it could be a female, Nick, I apologize. If so, but that is his or her vote. So this is something I've been thinking about a lot recently because of reasons ghost world, isn't that coach I wasn't a massive fan of it. I remember saw Scully Hanson. The crow crow count. It's not a superhero technically a big fan of. I love the phone so ongoing with the crow even though he has superpowers because he's not really a hero. How you distinguish in venom in that case. On everything. I got nothing got nothing. Yeah. Crow barring in old goods. Yes. We allowed allowed Scott pilgrim. Choice. Choice. I see this is what I was going back and forth. A bit about myself because I was like, you know, superhero things happen. Man, and a captain marvel and a and a captain America. And it's so it is stuffed with superheroes. Even if it isn't a superhero movie. Yes. Certainly the number of there is a high number of superhero previous posts, superheroes. In the film that a human torch is well cut marble of captain America LEGO, Robin as well. Robin, Michael, Sarah. See learning. Chris Paul it's true guilty as charged. Question. I wasn't listening. Best known superhero? Interest in that goes world is a great shout. Also, while we're on the subject of Daniel Clovis don't even see Wilson the Woody Harrelson movie that came out a couple years ago. A lovely Karcher study of this dude in his late forties early fifties. Just slowly his life's not really worked out that. Well, each bit of a slacker, and he's a bit of an Arsehole but beginning to get his life together. Slowly. But surely really really sweet really funny. I did not see that. But I will check it. Yes. Scott pilgrim's a great show. I'm guessing superhero is marvel DC dark horse. If it doesn't come. Yeah. How how about I'm saying? Hell boys in the superhero Lewis. The imprint is relevant. You know what I mean? Would be superior coming. Because then we get into like is Batman a superhero because nobody here he's literally SUV Harry just palace. But hell. Detective that's fun. I feel like we're splitting hairs in the wrong, way hair. Somehow. I just it's weird. Anyway, I was going to say road to perdition. Or persepolis? How you didn't say and your onset of this movie?.

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"andrew garfield" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"andrew garfield" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Were there other versions that that you guys had toyed with like, you know, using the voices of Tom, Holland and tying into the things that are going on now or, you know, Tobey Maguire Andrew Garfield or Neil, Patrick Harris or even electric company Spiderman, yes, yes, I really I I wrote a scene that that had every had Tom Holland and Andrew Garfield and Tobey Maguire in the same scene, and what were they doing just around? And then they let I want wanna get into it. But but I did write that scene. But but there was a lot of anxiety. There's a lot of anxiety around the movie generally, and there was anxiety about confusing people. I understand that makes sense. What was your toughest seen? What was the scene that you kept coming back to again? And again as a writer and as director. Yeah. And because it doesn't have to be the same scene in. How'd you creatively rise to the challenge? And then we'll get an a question to from the crowd. Okay. I the hardest scenes are kind of the most boring scenes. The hardest scenes are the are the pipe like or like, you know, take us into the process. It's not boring at all middle. You know, once you meet Peter Parker, you know, on the punching bag, you know, there's a scene, you know, there's more of their walking down the building there in the diner. That whole sequence was very we just that was maybe the sequence. We did the most interesting d did you feel was a pacing issue or he was just like those were scenes that were designed to carry exposition and to get a lot of boring story stuff across and doing it in a way that wasn't boring. You made a funny there were at the restaurant that closed six years ago and Peter be Parker's universe. It was just jokes going. I'm just telling you like it was some of the nations that were there were it's more. It's more like like what the exposition was. So it's it's the villain of exposition. Yeah. J- plagues all riders. You think you have to say everything in a perfect way? And and when you know, and then we're playing in a bores, and it just feels boring, and your, and you just your mind checks out..

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Ben Affleck Had Been 'Drinking Alone for Days' Before Heading Back to Rehab

Jason and Alexis

01:34 min | 2 years ago

Ben Affleck Had Been 'Drinking Alone for Days' Before Heading Back to Rehab

"This. Morning let's talk about Ben Affleck Ben Affleck according to people magazine had been drinking alone for days before heading back to rehab that he was on a downward. Spiral he was in bad. Shape he wasn't. Eating he hadn't showered and it didn't take much convincing to get him to go to. Rehab he wanted to go and he. Cooperated so that's the latest story for. People I, mean we kind of knew that he didn't put up a, fight but that was what was happening leading up to the days of. Him I just heard a story to that Warner Brothers is considering removing him or he's considering removing himself from the role of Batman because of insurance that the. Insurance on him playing that. Role would be. So high now because of his addiction struggles I mean that's been that project has been. So plagued right with him they should. Probably move on I I liked him. I didn't, dislike him as much as some people did as Batman but, maybe move on and re let that franchise settle for a little bit Well yeah I mean but let it settle or do what they, did with Spiderman they relaunched it so successfully with Tom Holland that you know Because, remember they had a blip with Andrew Garfield with Spiderman nobody liked those two movies you'll let it you let it simmer for, a couple years and then you do you do a great casting job like they did with, Tom Holland and look now when people think Spiderman. They no longer think at. Tobey Maguire which I used to they now, think of Tom Holland, they have to. Do the same, thing

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"andrew garfield" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan

105.3 The Fan

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"andrew garfield" Discussed on 105.3 The Fan

"To yeah okay, I guess not that's pretty impressive from the from the two one. Four today. Is national bacon day bacon is better than Kevin today. No, question although I will say. I'm better than sausage, links Nikkei no. You're not better sausage. Patties you're not my gosh. This, is ridiculous they're the, same thing they are not turning. Well actually Miguel and Weatherford, says, he's way, freaking, better, than Kevin. And then from the nine four. Zero f Kevin Whoa I mean what do, you, look like, maybe Oh, is. That night, I don't know exactly how? That I. Wasn't, sure, Kevin turning thirty? Five today Andrew Garfield bay oh Oh President of the United. States One hundred thirty five actually this dude. Just, a cast James Garfield, yeah he did Emma stone right I, thought he was like him and. Odie were best, ease and they just got. Garfield. Garfield, the cat the. Least successful of the. Spiderman. Actually my favorite probably. The best one though yeah Ooh I haven't seen. I haven't seen homecoming yes new, kids pretty darn not that good. Built in with lots of Teaneck so that's. Gotta, be you're really really, not It is Really the most unsuccessful spider ran is the. Best one I like like he was so unpopular that they cancelled after two movies was really was because It was because they did so poorly. At, the box office Colby they were like out but. We don't want to be done with Spiderman so let's immediately do it again with somebody different I. Was going to vote for him but now banner People are making wild speculations about you. About well probably about Andrew Garfield and, what he's into Oh yeah and this is definitely inaccurate from the nine. Four zero don't be acting all bad because you lost over, one hundred pounds for the record I was this? Much, of an a-hole when I was fat too True I can't.

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"andrew garfield" Discussed on One Two Review

One Two Review

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"andrew garfield" Discussed on One Two Review

"A win will someone tell me what that was was that a way he keeps saying it's derek mystic it's antagonistic or whatever okay andrew garfield i'd say good job and i know him as an actor he gets very deep into his parts and he sounded like he knew what he was talking about about the specifics of that's what that's what a good actress right somebody could talk on a subject and really sound like they know what they're talking about let's like what an actor is yeah this have to sound like it and he did at the core of acting i mean that's really that's really what it is you're right bradey nello masound sound like sort of thing sound like you know you know sound knowledgeable well great job andrew garfield d did it the jessica alba played a a great lead mechanic i found it believable me not so much i thought chicken it better i didn't like either her she has the monologue about seawater that i didn't totally understand and then andrew garfield has to monologues about wings or like his metaphorical wings or whatever his character had a lot of wing imagery angel kind of imagery around him so i wasn't a three monologues in the film that i got kinda lost on so little again a little just dance for me well let's go ahead and let some up this movie with some numbers 'cause i'm really excited to score these numbers today we'll tell you what i'm going to pump out a two for builds 'cause go catch this guy as little science a little stuck in a room and a.

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‘The Tonys Have Never Been This Political’ – Talking Points Memo

Red Eye Radio

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

‘The Tonys Have Never Been This Political’ – Talking Points Memo

"Band's visit harry potter won best play andrew garfield won the tony award for best leading actor in a play for his work in angels in america he commented on the supreme court ruling on a baker in colorado who wouldn't make a cake first same sex wedding we all belong so let's just bake a cake for everyone who wants to be faced steve kastenbaum new york mayors from across the nation endorsed to campaign to uphold transgender protections at the us conference of mayors meeting in boston massachusetts voters to uphold the state's transgender nondiscrimination law i'm elliot francis it's jammed from.

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Puerto Rican Day Parade spotlights hurricane recovery efforts

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

01:52 min | 2 years ago

Puerto Rican Day Parade spotlights hurricane recovery efforts

"The band's visit cleaned up wanting ted awards out of eleven nominations including best musical the show is based on a two thousand seven is rarely film by the same name which tells the story of an egyptian band that heads to israel to play at an arab art center but instead gets lost in the wrong israeli town andrew garfield wins for lead actor in a play angels in america nathan lane is awarded to tony for best featured actor in a play for his role in angels america plunder jackson adds to her impressive resume with a tony award for best actress in a play the eighty two year old british actress won her first tony for playing a gruff and demanding woman facing the end of her life and the new revival of edward albee's three tall women has a sixty first annual puerto rican day parade along fifth avenue there was the usual sense of pride but this year also a keen focus on the victims of hurricane maria almost nine months ago w cbs's steve burns spoke with some who were in the parade along fifth avenue padres riding on as a small house on it just four walls and a thin metal roof very similar to what my grandparents and what my parents lived in there just little simple homes made of wood with maybe a zinc ruth and a lot of those houses just blew away she's a nurse and she headed to the island for two weeks after hurricane maria hit we were the first people to arrive in these little towns that people thought that they were forgotten for the people here celebrating that's exactly what she doesn't want them to do forget i want people here today to remember all those that died needlessly and to support the island the island now needs support economically along fifth avenue steve birds wcbs newsradio.

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Andrew Garfield wins Tony Award for leading role in 'Angels in America'

24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Andrew Garfield wins Tony Award for leading role in 'Angels in America'

"The tony awards handed out in new york city last night at radio city music hall winning for leading actor in a play andrew garfield for his wrenching portrayal of a man battling aids and visions in angels in america that play also won best revival the purest spirit of humanity also tony winner tonight firsttime nominee lindsay mendez for her featured role in the musical carousel i just want to say how proud i am to be a part of a community that celebrates diversity that's

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Andrew Garfield wins Tony Award for leading role in 'Angels in America'

24 Hour News

01:55 min | 2 years ago

Andrew Garfield wins Tony Award for leading role in 'Angels in America'

"The tony awards handed out in new york city last night at radio city music hall winning for leading actor in a play andrew garfield for his wrenching portrayal of a man battling aids and visions in angels in america that play also won best revival the purest spirit of humanity also tony winner tonight firsttime nominee lindsay mendez for her featured role in the musical carousel i just want to say how proud i am to be a part of a community that celebrates diversity that's wcbs tv's dave carlin report a

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"andrew garfield" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

Sports Radio 610

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"andrew garfield" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

"Six was the original idea released after seven eight and nine were after yes it's could yet julian us it's time uh yeah i guess what is the movies are good like every part of it is like we've never seen aqua tabet examples i commit socks we've we've never seen the black panther i'm really looking forward to that movie ever be was really fought um but like tobin wire tom hall and like spiderman work andrew garfield kinda we're kind kinda all spiderman now i guess that would be i guess i dunno source two dozen it and then it gets it has like a die hard following that doesn't that still feel kinda but niche no no you you'd be surprised that the i would argue that star trek is the more niche franchise by far i don't know would star wars is like the basic everybody likes dr star trek film which nerdy here than storm i don't know why that is it was until these latest came out yet christo chris transferred salt pratt no it if pine yeah you're right i mean they're allseeing yet he's a buffet uh uh next up uh well okay i'll mix martial arts fighter said that he died in came back to life in a fight that app happened here uh uh go oh quote hand kok apparently was knocked out um and had to be revived via defibrillator now in it apparently the issue was he he was dehydrated from having to make the way cuts and he just passed out mill the rain you by that what that he came back to life because i but when you hear russell wilson last night oh my god abdicated like did you drive disloged did i mean even with pj what the finger your watch finger broken like three or four places amp through the skin maybe i believe jj 'cause like with his brand like there's so many people who are just looking for something liar phony fraud i don't know that he would take a needless risk but it does seem curious the way that athletes in nfl and everybody likes these guys like the two two two ham up just what kind.

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"andrew garfield" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"andrew garfield" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

"No you're right can can you act steven continue i actually even can really did your phone just go off at anything china it's part of the studio i really think that was your phone i'll just check bridges check yes yeah it's your phone right hours just a bunch confess just a bunch of confessions rice so yes it was your phone happy you just trying to deflect now from two i didn't do anything i was sitting here for the second time since we started doing this thing the analogy o three itself apart and now on with the show and you did your phone again tell shown off rose is now having the worst fly of her life it's it's like literally they're all coming in second during nothing but buzzing eight are you calling him i i and the show and you should now be an airplane mode think of roh's what would rose won't see epa thought of that a good after they work it to the program we're talking movies between now and four o'clock thank you for the emails andrew garfield and carefully our guest of two thirty talking about their new movie breathe which is the director debut from andy circus ma i'm just struck first by the fact that the harvey weinstein story let the news there as it has done for a number of days now we knows accepted that he has some problems we also know that he has denied the most serious charges but what do you make of what we've had said for calling the allegations that comey are absolutely a polling and they'll put you in my opinion being very very bravely made and every you know they're a new allegations of seem to appear every minute yesterday emma thompson was on the news at ten and she said newsnight i think i beg your pardon i'm sorry she was on news not and she said that walt she wasn't aware that particular upside off of wants things have you what she was aware of was the fact that there was that he had been you know she was wearing bullying within the film industry.

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"andrew garfield" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"andrew garfield" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Their energy and darkens you feel that spot behind him even when he's not you know slicing things with lightsaber and yelling at ray fan and because of his demeanor and his presence rain i think that he could be a really good joker b again he had the same physical presence that uh we kind of went forward this where he's taller um what lay he bite he also very intimidated and he we know that he can be loud and intense but he can also be impressively intimidating even in his most quiet moldan's then uh the next one which is also still me uh interest andrew garfield was uh another amazing spiderman star that we thought may deserve a chance at redemption by getting a better comic book role i think the andrew garfield may still have some anger and frustration left in him after the amazing spiderman turned out to be a disappointing franchise 'cause that was a role that he loved that he was so excited to get at a lifelong spiderman ban and since the studio finish freedom over by turning the movie into something he didn't want to make i think he could maybe channel that and to quite an intense performance as the joker especially if we get to see the side of him that we see in the social network where he gets really pissed off at mark zuckerberg uh as edouardo sovereign but out i also referenced a movie late you might not think to uh talk about when you're thinking about the joker and that his performance and hacksaw ridge but it's only because it's clear it's you can see two different extreme that he no to a you can be really angry allowed him so chanelle reply he also has this.

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"andrew garfield" Discussed on We Hate Movies

We Hate Movies

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"andrew garfield" Discussed on We Hate Movies

"I mean yeah i don't know say what you want about those the andrew garfield movies like he's more of a character as captain stacy lyn athena's because he's in the movie where i got to be part of this movie yeah you want to have a movie it's just a standing to me though that like any the problem is it doesn't matter because this was the at the time most financially successful spiderman movies box office put it's like this no one look at this shit this too many cooks situation too many producers fucking suggesting things to sam ramian some want us to be like you know what men there's like our fucking bed the of important characters here there's no way without making a sixhour movie that we can give everybody equal time which these characters all deserve has flitted actually they were screen writer wanted to split as they all showed going on here leones but cimatu movies against a good idea in may he just couldn't figure out how to end the third buddha finger thing ends like in one month we did one movie one one box office that's all you get um so yeah there's a big spiderman fight gwen stacy falls out of a building this is what i refer to as a crane eleven this isn't crane eleven and i gotta tell you i've been get what the train eleven so stacy's at a photo shoot right now because she is a model which is also heaters fucking science is gonna be scientists legally james bond do a female an the crane comes into the shot and the guy well budget craig joiner marsha and then it go super building then it goes through like seven other building and she's falling from the sky you know that she didn't think she was good i today tenant.

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