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"andy machete" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

The Weekly Planet

04:59 min | 3 months ago

"andy machete" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

"They did it that way anyway. We also get a first look mason at the suit of both the flash supercoach's go just the logo did say yeah. There was also. This is just come out as we're recording but the supergirl suit Can be seen from a distance. She's up on wise and she's got like a little a little bob haircut but it's brunettes long which i may be people are upset about. I've diana gil. That's what they'll be saying. But i mean the flashes the flash. That's an out or whatever the supergirl suit looks a lot like it's the it's the same design as the man of steel one. Yes uh-huh so. I guess they're all that's still in universe somewhere isn't it. Yeah that's maybe. They'll finally do the she was the one in the pollen or maybe in another university in the fortress of solitude. We saw an empty potted man of steel. Who was it. It could also be that he goes into another dimension and she's the one who came to earth and not clock. There's many ways. I could do in this movie that they are making sure. I weren't making you for a long time. Not just a series of logos not real movie. I went through fifteen directors. I killed every one of them knows. Andy machete thinks doing it but he had a machete. He said i dare you. Yeah yeah how matt me michetti by machete by and also. I've got a machete along with many match. We normally kill every director. that's it. He's wiping that machete like madman by name and nature. Just like you said call you. Tony no no. Are you excited for the flesh. Yes but everything else around the flash except for the flash himself yes because the time travel and stuff and invariably he's villain will be somebody foster than him. Now have to run really fast fast enough. We can he will. You'll have to. You'll have to any will because otherwise anthony machete kidding about suicide. Squad too has a runtime. James gannon's confirmed two hours and twelve minutes water reveal. That's what you've gotta win. It has a run time. it's all you get. It goes at. He also said it does have a post credits. They something to look forward to. Sometimes you look on your movie. Say for example the north film in a franchise and it says this definitely has post credits and you just go fuck it and you just lay anyways wall. I mean that happened to me. It had a mid credits did it. Yeah i don't know if it had a post credits. I did lay off to the car. Keiko i mean it blew my mind i read it now. Met novel san for that watson. Normally we make fun of click by websites such as we got this covered on our podcast. We got this covered boss. They got it right. I checked they were like there was like a one for months ago and it was like the the things revealed but did they. Did they borrow that. also We got we got this covered. Just scattershot everything. That's true. I could have said and this person turns up and then were not. This person turns up very specific. Okay fair enough. I think it's also probably because that movie in the kantha a years and it was supposed to be out last you exactly. Did you say there was a todd of spot of swan aman experiment. We're at hints at the multi-diverse because there's a crack. It's like that trailer should be coming up next couple of weeks outta mentioned probably around blackwood. I may be a bit before so look forward to that. But speaking of spider man comic book dotcom sparked atari gibson. And i said what does roland from the faucet rivalries and i said moebius your mortgage urine moebius your mark moebius friend or something Is it in the mcu. And he was like yes. And then sony came out and said no. Spots spokesman said confirmed the moebius part of sony pictures university of marburg characters naught in the mcu because also seen in the moebius strong so it's sunny pictures universe of marvel movies. Com spam is recalling. We did it folks. We finally got an get a training folks hashtags bomb all caps over jobs. Get the old cats but the mobile trailer bumps we saw the toby maguire's spot a man and whatever and then is it also which insen that universe. Yes but also. Don't we see adrian tombs. Yeah so i don. I mean they're going to merge it doesn't matter yeah but they're gonna motoomull over in a in a movie honestly. I think my we said this time. I honestly think just win. Spider man they did a googly. Receptor spider man. It was the first results and then they just put it in the movie. We'll find out when the first not first when the second movie and the sperm universe now just called spam. But i got university in. Yeah this is. This is isn't an lp gas situation. This.

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"andy machete" Discussed on Bill and Frank Eat Pop Culture

Bill and Frank Eat Pop Culture

12:19 min | 2 years ago

"andy machete" Discussed on Bill and Frank Eat Pop Culture

"Down and I noticed that my name tag like my badge with my picture on it rea- is like face up pretty much like under the stonewall. Oh Wall so this guy in the stall next to me first of all knows who's next to him now like it's me and he's shitting with my face looking at him and smiling so. I'm like what do I do. Do I leave the badge there or do I do. I go down and pick it up and stick it in my pocket or something. I feel like he saw it. I would have left it yes so I left it the first time now every time I go in there so now. It's like a whole steps now to go into the bathroom. I go in take off my badge. PUT IT in my pocket. Sit down. Turn two o'clock. It's just it's it's are. GonNa be on. It's the most it's the least enjoyable pooping experience I've ever had. I'll tell you though as far as the badge thing he I know what I'm in the stall and somebody comes and sits in the stall next to me at work. I generally know who it is by their shoes shoes. Well I look at their shoes and then I walk around the office and try to figure out who it was right. My work is not that you are like a shirt and tie doc right yeah. My work is not as formal so like there's all kinds of different shoes even sneakers fine so you generally are able to match the shoot of the person pretty easy so like the guy wearing the Bo Jackson's you know who that is right or I bill enough. Chitchat chat. We got a lot to talk about so let's start the show. Oh all right bill so I know last week two weekends ago I can't remember was a big weekend for view because it chapter two came out which all of our bill and Frankie pop culture true fans know that that's one of your favorite books of all time and also that you were such a huge fan of the of the Tim Curry Television version so you went and saw it correct I did. It was eleven days ago exactly and is not only one of my favorite. It's my favorite standalone novel in existence. If you take series is things change around but as far as one standalone book. It's my favorite. Would you think of the movie well. I'm super bias so like I knew I was. GonNa love. Even before I saw that makes any sense but I will say that I would have watched it if it were seven hours long but the people that are saying it probably could have maybe had ten or fifteen minutes taken checking out of it. I understand where they're coming from. It's a two hour and fifteen minute moods almost three hours long. It's a lot for a Har. Har Almost never that long Tom that being said I didn't mind it. It was strangely more gory than the first movie but less scary but I thought it was a little more emotional which you know hit you in the feels a little bit more it was cast really well. Nobody was bad bill. Hader though puts the movie in his pocket and walks away with it. He just steals every scene he's in he. I heard that he was the breakout. I mean I even read today that they're mounting an Oscar push for him for supporting actor which I would. I would keel over if that happened but he was. He was really good. Jessica chastain is always play. He plays Richie is that the kid is always on medications now. That's the Heap Richie is Finn Wolf far from stranger things he was the he played a young version of Okay desire and strangely enough was played by Seth Green in the the TV version from nineteen ninety young Seth Green. He's the keys generally the comic comic relief and try and hater nails all the UH. He injects the humor at the exact. He's the one that says he's the one who says like Betty Right Exactly Bieb Ritchie and that's what and that's what Tim Curry said to me when I met him he said be bill which I must fell over but yeah he he injects the humor the exact right moment and one of the relationships that they nailed best from the book to the screen is the a relationship between Richie and Eddie. WHO's the one that takes all the medications they did a great job with that in the first chapter kids and they did a great job nailing that in the second chapter so I thought it was a little more emotional a little less scary. I thought they actually could've used pennywise a little more than they did in chapter two a special sort of like non. CGI pennywise they didn't have enough of him just sort of being the clown and they did. They did the best they could. I mean Andy Machetes a great director. He did what he could to try to adapt the crazy sort of abstract metaphysical the ending of the book. You know there's a lot of Stephen King mythology that they cut out of the movies they didn't get into the macro versus the turtle on all that stuff in the press and all that ah right exactly but they did have the ritual of should which they which they had the smoke house and all that stuff and it did come down to lead the essence of the end of the book is is the losers club willpower stronger than its and that that element came through even if didn't didn't come through exactly the way king describes it in the book which is it for those of you that are read the book it has to do with you know the fighting it on a metaphysical plane in where you're biting down on his tongue and willpower and all it's impossible to visually adapt so. I thought they did a pretty good job. I mean some people are GonNa say parts get. There is a spider again involved so you know I'll get it if people think parts of it were cheesy but I thought he did the best he could with a really hard adaptation. Did they go to a metaphysical plane kind of not not not as much as you like in the in the book bill and Richie in particular go into the dead lights and fight him sort of in that space. I doubt that doesn't really happen in the movie. It's more it takes place more in the real world they put their willpower in their belief against his against penalizes belief or its. It's belief so they keep it. They try to keep it more grounded in the real world and less abstract which which I understand because they have to play to the larger audience more broad audience your how do you open up that door all that king mythology right exactly I I mean pulling in all the stuff he layers in so much stuff in his books that connects to other books like you kind of have to cut that stuff out but they did drop a couple nice Easter eggs in there for keen eyed viewers and and Mr King himself has a extended cameo in this one which which was really funny and he sort of pokes fun at himself and the criticism that he can't write endings very well they have they have funneled back and forth with that. Give me some of the Easter eggs while there's a couple sorta turtle drop ins kind of like there wasn't the first one and then a couple of cool Easter eggs. Were you know a couple of the actors that played the kids in the nineteen ninety TV show pop up in small roles us which is fun but it's mostly that kind of stuff not really crazy. King mythologies ranks They kinda stayed away from that did did you like it more or less than the first part. I like the first part better marginally. They're both really good but I thought the first one was a little aw a little scarier pennywise in more and there's just something more creepy about pennywise hunting kids than adults felt something less. It's less scary when they're adults for some reason. I still feel like I love the way any machete did this. It was a great to part. I I still think the story is best told the way king told in the novel where it's the adults and kids intercut the whole way through rather than one chapter kids one chapter adults both the TV show and the new this release did it kids first adult second and then there's flashbacks in the second part but I think it's better it would be better told the way you read it. Where it's you know you're getting both the whole way. Through Michetti did come out and say that he's planning a six hour super cut of the movie with everything happening concurrently which I'm really curious to see that'll be included in the digital release so give it a rating mas- rating. I'm going to say I'M GONNA give the second part a seven and a half. I gave the first part of nine so let's say for you know the whole story combined. It's probably eight and a half which is pretty good. Do you prefer the original television version I do even though it's not nearly as bloodier. Ben And pennywise is much more of a clown that one than he is a monster. I think it's probably because I watch that when I was ten years old and scared the Shit Adamy but I still think that miniseries does a better job in particular with the kids at getting across the feeling of the novel novel your I love them both so there's a rumor that there's going to be a third part yea that came out like yesterday the day before where I think somebody asked scars guard who plays pennywise if he talked about a chapter three three and he said yes. There's an idea out there but it's completely not based on anything king ever wrote or maybe it's a little bit based on in the in the in the a book. You really get a sort of a detailed. You see you know what happened when it came to Earth so there was an idea. There's an idea floating around. I guess a sort of prequel about pennywise. I guess I settling under dairy. I don't know I'd I don't know how I feel about. Ah that I kind of prefer them to stick to what King wrote but obviously I'd still go see it. I mean if they did that. Wouldn't they have to talk about. Nope the print and some of the mythology. How would they do that and he says he's it crashed here ear from space or whatever from somewhere so in these movies bill where where do they say he's from. They don't really say the all they they get into it. They get into it in chapter to a little bit. They don't get into it in chapter one at all but in chapter two they do say that he came to Earth many many thousands of years ago before there were even people he's been. It's been underneath dairy. You know since forever you know He. I started terrorizing like Indians that were settled old in this era in the in in the main area native Americans native arrogance sorry but they don't really get into like the fact dat he has an adversary and all that stuff so I don't know if they did a prequel whether it would be like when he first comes to earth or or like we're just him sort of terrorizing early dairy. It could be there. I mean there's a lot of ways they could go with it..

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A Review of 'It: Chapter 2'

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10:08 min | 2 years ago

A Review of 'It: Chapter 2'

"Today. We're discussing. Sometimes it comes back for you where it's more boring name it. Chapter Two starring Jessica chastain James mcevoy Bill Hater Isaiah Mustafa Jay Ryan James Ran Soon Andy Bear. Some of these people have to just be happy their names on a poster oester. I mean who the hell some of these guys the old spice guy because his name above the title and Bill Skarsgard as pennywise directed by a Andy Machete this is Arnie Coz now playing and the fun is just beginning Ed Stewart and this is the host who still insists he sees the ghost Jacob it aftermath aftermath wow as Stephen King Fan as somebody really into Stephen King around the time this came out of you. Remember dark tower came out right before this. I was actually buying a couple of Stephen King Trotsky to go on my bookshelf with all my Stephen King Books. They're made like a Jack torrens action figuring things and I'm like you know they don't make too much of this so I'll get a couple of these and put them up there. It exploded merchandising for every Stephen King thing. There's a hot wheels Christine. There are more pennywise figures that I can count what I'm not kidding. Wow Yeah so ooh many pennywise toys of all price points this has opened a floodgate on Stephen King that has never been opened before merchandising him to the Gen xers. I think so what does that mean. I mean we all know what merchandise meant and fanning the love of Star Wars. What would it mean to hold a bobblehead. Ah pennywise Ernie called GEN-X. You GotTa Buy Your Co.. POPs gets by stuff by toys by Chachis of stuff you like and Stephen King's. The big caught thing now so let's just how the market is. Is it selling yeah okay. I mean I didn't buy any of it. The moment you know what I liked about it when it was niche and there was like two things I loved it when every week. I'm getting an email this new pennywise doll for two hundred dollars. I'm like fuck it pennywise varian Syrian funk. Oh pops are there. Oh my God so many long tongue pennywise bloody pennywise smiling pennywise frowning penny wise spider pennywise okay this kind. It helps me understand why you were so into skarsgard. They've really been able to magnify what was a very small part of the film really wasn't in that many scenes and by my impression Russian he was only good in about half of them so how he has lived on in the minds of the viewer is through merchandise he made an impression he scarred us and and now two years later he's coming back to finish the job yeah and again. I'd equate to a Freddy Kruger. I'd think it's the closest thing we've had to a horror icon. In a long time and Freddie never had that much screen time it was people talking about Freddie and Robert Englund Cameo films. You know so and I think merchandising we've made every Jason we've made every Friday. Oh my God pennywise we have something new to sell but the highest grossing nightmare on Elm Street movie wouldn't begin to touch the gross of of this fill it goes well beyond the reach of a horror audience. I mean this. There were people in my neighborhood I walk my dog and churchgoing folk who I would never suspect suspect to have opened a cover of Stephen King said. Oh it's coming out soon people. I would not imagine demographics that do not see any other horror. Film are are coming out this weekend and why the impression I got was they really loved the kits. Yeah I think that I it was huge and almost every viewing was sold allow. When I went to go see this Friday night theaters packed yeah you can keep going on about penny wise and I think you're right for a certain level of people that loves horror ICONOGRAPHY. That's a thing thing but I feel like in mass. The reason why this is so beloved because it goes those children were so good and it connected to childhood so well and that's the struggle of chapter or two. I know that the kids are coming back in some role but the torch is being passed. It will now be for new actors. That didn't even have the job when the first movie he came out. What's funny is before it chapter one came out the sequel was in pre production. You know the studio knew what they had right and so when they were you're doing pre release interviews with the cast they asked the young kids who would you like to play you and Young Beverly said Jessica chastain and that kind of makes sense I mean chastain had had worked with Michetti before and I mean how many red headed actress sent me as I mean. It's either her Dallas Broward Sophie Turner from X. Expend Dark Phoenix twenty seven years later. That's great highlight store here. Maybe and then Wolford said Bill Hater. Those actually happened yeah yeah. I don't know how much they had already envisioned for chapter to win. Two years ago it blew up. They had talked about it. The whole way through one is what it was. They kept saying if we do a two. Let's leave this hook here. Let's leave this here. Let's leave this vague enough here. They knew if the movie was successful while filming part one in sixteen. If this did well we would want to bring the kids back would want to have some flashbacks but we're gonNA focus mostly on the adults and they had vague the ideas but they did never script yeah they knew the parts of the book they had left behind and so that was a lot of material is a big ass book. They could make lots of movies out of what was remaining remaining of that but they didn't have a script. They didn't have a cast again. It wasn't called Chapter One. They shape the experience as total you could just watch that movie the and be done and that was the studio's. Choice Warner Brothers did that the makers want to call it the losers club so that it had a hook there for a second one and and I think the compromise was chapter one at the end credits. I stand by that. I think that movie does work as a standalone if it had bombed and we never got chapter two I think that would still be a satisfying the movie as far as the art goes and I appreciate that I like it when movies tell a story instead of teas another film to come out at some other point I also think I think that there is a lot of ret conning done in the film. We're here to talk about today. Oh yeah they didn't create a first chapter that set up a lot of things they're we're going to do in this film. That's why there's so many flashbacks yeah they had to correct it by bringing the kids back and they did d. h. them with CGI because kids at that age you know two three years later look very different. I noticed height differences. I noticed like some who were shorter than beverly in part one out taller than beverly only in part to but they made the faces look younger yeah. I noticed that at times. They look a little bit plastics. Oh okay that makes sense because they D- aged Regata de age. These teenage kids not only like that but I noticed some of the lip sync work. That ain't his voice. You know your voice changes to three years later. They can't say the lines like they would've in the summer of one thousand nine hundred nine so oh yeah you just get people that kinda sound like them but are not them. Jack Dillon Grazer was the one who looked most distracting to me like for some reason his face just look blake an old man made into a child and but this is expected to be huge based off the first one I mean the first one broke records chapter. Two is breaking a record. It's the Whitest ever released for an R rated film with over forty five hundred screens in the US alone and they were saying hundred ten million two hundred twenty million this weekend. It's already falling short of expectations though it is it made less in preview screenings than the first film. It's estimated now. It's going to make less over the weekend than the first film. What did the first film do. The first film got one hundred thirty five million the first weekend. I guess I didn't see that opening weekend side there. Wasn't the big crowd. I didn't realize I was so big right away. I thought that kind of had a slow burn so it's looking like this will be perhaps second-biggest and they're now readjusting estimates down to ninety ninety million. Maybe as low as eighty million compared to one hundred thirty five million for the sequel. I gotta think some of it is you don't see kids and is not an eighties period piece. The nostalgia culture isn't there to draw in the big audiences. I know when I saw it chapter one opening weekend. Neri empty seat in the house. When I saw this opening night it was about a two thirds full on the APP but a lot of people didn't show up like all the seats around me were Phil on the APP and people just didn't come. I think that's the result of that. AMC stubs premier as you can buy tickets for no money so you reserve seats and like I'm decided not to go interesting house in the same screening as you Arnie for Thursday I max we didn't see each other until after after it was all over with but I did also go back and saw matinee on Friday. There was almost nobody there so I have not had the experience that this is something the masses asses are turning out to but the numbers are saying something different even at one hundred million if that's less than expected. That's an amazing opening. That's huge yeah for an R rated Orville. Matt is amazing and like I said packed when I saw it. I do wonder when the reviews started coming out and I always avoid reuse but you always see headlines in that. There were some concerns turns and I wonder if that scares some people away like they were not buzzing like with chapter one. I didn't hear anything I didn't see any reviews before going in but this movie cost cost twice as much as the first one bigger actors in it so if it makes less this one costs seventy million dollars they had budget built in for de aging kids and they had named named actors who we know and some of whom need to redeem themselves from an earlier x men film this summer and needs a show they still can do good budget built in so they didn't have that crap. Raffia from the TV series and it's also longer they can't screen it as many times in a day because it adds. It feels like another hour. It's not quite that it's more more like forty five minutes but still it's two hours fifty minutes. It's almost three hours. We're talking to vendors level length here well. The first chapter one was also over two two hours but this goes beyond that by at least forty minutes so again for lots of reasons. If you know the book and hold the opinion I do the best stuff.

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"andy machete" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

13:17 min | 2 years ago

"andy machete" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

"With Sir head and with back for another upcoming attractions zoe how we doing. I'm good hot off. The hottest loss wake the comic con Special Man that was a fucking jam-packed thing wasn't it. It was and honestly like this so much we didn't talk about which like probably a good thing that could have been a twelve hour long episode episode in fact what's kind of weird to me and I guess it's always like this but let me just really stood out so we now are preparing for this episode like everybody. Nobody knows comecon such a big deal at the week after the news usually pretty quiet so this might be shorter episode but we do have a bunch of stuff that was released just before comecon and then of course what Zombie land as well Mafia showed up so it's going to be a good one still are I can but I think we really into yeah but we were getting into some sad news real quick. I'm going to get the name wrong but someone who is a pot of the midnight. Double Feature Artwork has passed away. Don't tell us about this. Yeah Sorry Holy Shit because this happened last week. That's why I'm just like kind of blanket. I'm like white who know ripka Halla man the lead the man the myth the legend rookie JALAPPA's away away at the age of believe it was. I don't WanNa fuck it up. I believe it was seventy seventy five here I only thrown under the bus threats because I'll skate. I was going to pronounce the name which is a very common thing. I may not double H I always get names wrong. That's all good. I'm usually the main God so that's fine fun but yeah rookie how the legend Man I wake up to that and I <hes> because Collins Pretty Much Colin spiral movies blade runner and I played the the the the release Scotland so our up to it and it was just like like hey y'all socials and it was acquired from the five is quiet tears in the rain quote that his character gives in that film and that he passed away and I'm just like man that that's I do wish I'd seen more of his stuff. I've seen the hitch of saying that I've seen sin city obviously because he coveted for the podcast and Nelson a couple more but I mean that guy if you go through his I'm David he had acted inserm any fucking movies man like when when people say a that he died legend then not wrong because he was a ton of the industry and it is really sad to say guy but take a look at like filmography he was a bit of a quiet achiever. Keeley wasn't a lot of stuff but like allow them like Oh. I've seen these films. Remember him then. Maybe just maybe it's a generational thing but I didn't realize he was in Batman begins. I didn't unrealized Sin City and I never saw it. I've always wanted to watch it and I probably will now honor of him. I've always wanted Shotgun harbor with a shotgun John Armour that trailer came out and I was like I love how fucking weed in like intentionally bay guide this is. It looks like it looks like gets a lot of fun. I'm probably check that one out that trial came out it was before <hes> God I can't remember which was but but remember when like <hes> Tarantino Rodriguez did the planetary yeah and then they had the fact trial is one of them was high with a shotgun and then they made it into a feature film yeah. That's a good weird. We took it cinematic universes. That's a con accounts as runner. I it's a little we'd we'd Grind House that kind of exists in Israel fun movies. I'm show a lot of people fan of death perf cold but other than right turn tena some that I hate. I don't hate it but I think we can all agree. It's wake's film dude. I Love Planet Tara. I liked them actually really liked the machete films I wasn't eating. It's hilarious the first Michelle home with our who's the villain Robert Deniro eight reminds me so much of trump. He's trying to build wall to Mexico. He wears a red tie is he loves his guns against BECO- me cracking out when I realized that comparison that was way before it's time to so yeah <hes> anyways shots him always said yeah or soy sad seal legend. Thank you for your work and contributions nations but let's move onto the happy news but before that Zohab wake we find me not double feature. If we WANNA stop today yeah so guys we are on facebook so he can follow us on facebook as our main page which has been double feature and then we also have that group that's attached to that called the body. That's what he pledged names news and taste of what's to come here may not feature aw that's also growing community that contribute to discussions ongoing discussions about films always there was commenting ending on new policies and you trial is and things like that and that's also where they're able to get the comments in on whatever film covering this week so yeah that's an awesome page <hes> but then we've also got our instagram which is not fair and then we've also got twitter which is add m._d._f.. pod and rumor to write reviews from turns. Yes plays. I said I was going to go through some some quick news things bulletproof stuff bullet-point stall and tell me if you go any special reactions surprise surprise spotty spidey hit a billion dollars. That's cool then other than spot a man maybe to ever do so. Yes yes you which is kinda surprising because he think of spot vitamin. It's meant to you one of Marvel's biggest properties sell some of the most toys but it took this long hit a billion which like I say it like it's a aw compli only hit a billion but that didn't used to happen back in the day now just visit Mabul do it every ten minutes as a result. This is taken Disney into you. The the the highest earning movie studio Arthur burks record. Apparently I lost one but yeah good for them. It's it's a lot isn't that a guy with five months left and would still a couple of big releases coming up including styles. Currently including install is including. I think malicious this too right yeah. I think there's another big one as well but it's slipping my mind. Yeah seven point six seven billion dollars which which is like that last week but that's just because I'm like a legend at that. You know what I did. I did look it up. I did look it up because I wanted to say like how much that actually met like that actually matters to Disney but I looked up Disney's net profits right like because you you need to you need need to remember that you know they make most of their profits from the theme Parks Derive Net profits where it stands currently <hes> is somewhere around the ballpark of one hundred and thirty billion dollars like thirty seven point six billion is kind of nothing right for them. I am yeah you're gonNA think like even with films alone. Make more money than some countries like they are. Insane are the biggest biggest company out there and moneywise like I'm sure there's some oil tycoon out there somewhere but that's insane and now they are in Fox black talking about monopoly but I'm not mad because the movies fucking good even films are still pretty good so I get to the Lion King Yeah Okay Okay and then the only other thing is before the trial is is use post about this today it chapter two is run. Time is two hours and forty five five minutes which I'm guessing is a record for horror films. Do we WANNA see a horror film that that's that's that long when he thought what are you reckon I mean I mean look <hes> <hes> not not really not not a horror movie like I mean fucking sore some shade but I think I'm in if it's it <hes> I think that there's a lot less left from the source material that they haven't really told and I have a I have completed fight in this director Andy Machete because that I it was fantastic and that I was was nurtured either in terms of run Tom. I think it was two hours fifteen something like that. I'm I'm down like I I am one hundred percent down like I mean look along movies to me. I like flow movies. I can sit through a long movie any fucking day of the week as long as it's good quality like you know what I mean like. This is new trend U._R._I.. Feels like they're just trying to make the movies longer for the sake of itsy feel like you've got your money's worth but when the movie's not good that's actually a negative thing so yeah but I agree with you. Man Like blossoms really good. I guess the Office does explain that we were talking last week and we're just talking about how you use saying about how confident this these trailers have vein and all surprise but how much like variety get stuff. They're not going back act the same wells to dig out. I guess this is why I'm guessing this movie. It's jam packed with content and it's probably passing really well through saying the same. Thank that's the impression. I'm getting especially knowing this run time now so faulk talk about confidence too. I think it's GonNa be really good movie. I'm excited yeah anyway. Let's move on out trailers. Let's start off with look. Let's let's do the one that I think. Most people talked about so I have lied on me brother. What did you think the trial aw two cats I mean I totally Italy forgot? This is coming as well. I remember looking up because I remember watching the king's speech and I was like man what's his director up to now and then it was like Oh cats because like the king's speech a best picture winner and it is a fucking great movie men like that movies outstanding Tom who is the director of that movie so this trailer dropped sometime before comecon literally Justice Okada I think man this talk about backlash like you know what I mean like. It got destroyed. I think I think there is does something weird going on like I it seems like it's kind of distracting the blend of the sage and the prosthetics and the actors and it's just not it doesn't doesn't seem to coalesce and it just it takes away from their performances just a little bit in the trial of <hes> look that might not be that the might not be the case in the actual film in the final film. They might not even that that might not have may what they look like in the final film. I doubt that will change drastically their looks their variances appearances but it's it's still soup distracting like James. Corden probably comes off the worst. What is is what is this afternoon and got unlike James Corden like I'm not really the biggest fan of him so it's just like look? They've got amazing actors in this film Tom. You got fucking Idris Elba one Judi dench right like how to Judi dench sign up for this shit like she's just like that is like like Oh. She's like Oh cats. I remember that watching it when I was like a hundred years old Golda like years ago whatever the fuck so yeah I don't know man. It looks kind of like it's peaked my curiosity. I'll definitely watch the trials. Sorry I'll definitely keep it on the reviews before like when the baby comes out to say which way they land like whether they overly negative whether the overly positive. I have a lot of faith in this director Tom here bus. I might go check. Check it out but the J. Work is it's. It's way I do. I do kind of wish they went with a little bit more a bit more of a practical route. I'm look honestly. I don't think I've ever been more split on a trailer than I have in a long time on this because on one hand okay you're doing a musical physical film. You've got a great cost of that. Then you get like a nice dunk costing with a senior Taylor Swift during the mix okay arm intrigue and it's based off like one of the most successful and popular musicals of all time which I've never seen always been curious to say so you've got me on board with a little bit there but the direction they've taken for the sage eight is bizarre and I get going flick an Avatar thing or even like an elite of battle angel thing but like the way people react to this you it makes you think a sonic the hedgehog right the way that it seems like they went. We'd lead a little bit too realistic Dick. Maybe it would have been better if they will actually look like cats was something I don't know and then this negative band backlash but I think the problem is as as opposed to sonic or sonic case one character they can make some adjustments that can push back push back a bit. That's okay this..

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"andy machete" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

14:30 min | 2 years ago

"andy machete" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

"The like Danny thing that was really missing from this trial was Kenny loggins like unaided danger zone yeah surprising very easily easily gone down that route redan design ballsy move didn't do that. I reckon you're definitely going to get it and there's a lot of nostalgia in this travel office after is dripping Arca. This is coming from someone who didn't say it so I probably we missed a lot stuff. I think you actually is a really good point. There's a lot of I think it would be a lot of pressure for film like this boy installed to try and make into a blockbuster franchise like we just saw that happen for men in black and look how well that turned out aw but this film like reminds me of we've only interstellar because it's or interstellar type trial maybe because the because it's very big on that epic school it's very like the and everything feel Sir Grill and grounded like none of this feels like fake was c._G._i.. I don't think there's a second green screen and something that Tom Cruise said when they surprise announced. This thing comecon with Kernan was that the spent spend ages training with the navy. I'm pretty show Tom is flying. All these plans at least for the most part I could be wrong on that but oldest feels if I describe it. One Woods or Fenwick is all feels very real. Enter you compare a movie like gravity to interstellar like Inter cell feels real the why there's rocket ships and spaceships fly and take off your gravity. It feels kind of fake with the G. I mean well yeah. I the main like now you're just comparing. Directors like comparing. Nolan here likes to be as practical as he possibly can to gravity. Which is I mean Muggy Congo up there and shoot that fucking film like that's a good point? Practicality is a big point but like liked the feel of reality is search strongness it basically you know what this is. It's that mission possible. Say The helicopter except it's a plane at the full movie and you know what if that's what this movie is. I'm on board. That sounds cool. Hell all even. I don't think he'll be that full-on like it'll be you'll have some stuff in there like it's one hundred and forty million dollar budget but like it like essentially the story. He is like Maverick. Tom Cruise CACA. He's a flight instructor Topgun now. He's like a mental and he has to train Bradley. Bradshaw is the son of his like like a like. The Guy who died in the first just one goose is crane. It's kind of like a also another good movie some account that it's creative plans yeah it didn't invent like father and son shed not did. Did you have any other thoughts or any in-depth analysis or hot takes on this trailer before we move on Yeah. I mean look it's written by Christopher Macquarie who directed the loss to mission impossible films are really came to that. That's that's a good sign on a good sign next up another Seko it chapter two. We've covered this before and podcast but we got a bunch of new footage at Santa COMECON did this this changing for you. Dared like I was always. I was GonNa say this movie but I mean like this. Trialogue kicked so much like both trials. O'Shea now kicked off this are well edited. They feel fucking at bay. Click the music to the using epic. Only get that from a film trailing. Do you know your diet but like I say what the gone floor and like. It's definitely working in their favor. I think I'm in this trial. In this trial we say more of the GROWNUP loses club returning Huntington dairy after so many years and it looks it looks full laundered like like it it. It looks like a fantastic film really came to say what Andy Machete does with his home and like how he adapts the book because we in <hes> from the book that she's about to get crazy right yeah man. There's not a lot for me to say about this other than it looks epic. I like this trial even more than the last one and I liked lost one quite a bit. I'm just still I don't have it seems like such a maybe a weird thing to say but I'm just surprised at how good this looks because it's rarely see a trial to a horror film and you get this level of excitement. In our are often it feels like would horror films the mole films automatic cheaper and get there are some exception. I think I think more than anything. It looks confident like like like did the direct Andy Machete like the first one was really really well. Strongly directed <hes> and I think in this one who's just sorry sorry much more confidence. I will say how we'll see how far that confidence takes it but like I think even the cost like house had has the cost is <hes>. I think Bill Scout Goals Gaas God is like pulling out all the stops pennywise this time around as as well now that you're not acting with child actors anymore you can do so much more shit yeah one hundred percent next up giant solid ball bary another question for you. How many times you jerk off to this trial? Oh man anyone who knows me knows that I love Kevin Smith Like I love that man to death like seriously he was the first order biography that I read man like that's like invoke his incredible. The following podcasts plural costs very closely that includes a small cost <hes> Feminine Beyond and Jane Silent Bob Get old his the guy is just a pop culture <hes> sort of wizard man unlike since the first giants on Bob Way back in two thousand one by the way like a macy's eighteen years old like it's fucking wild he has come Sir fucking fall and saying him released like this trial Kayla like I I've been following his <hes> kind of like production on this let because lucky droplet lands about of on the podcast and shed I. I am so excited for this movie like on a more solid than other people I think just because I heard that it's Kevin Smith and on like how jam packed it's GonNa be with a lot of Kevin Smith `ISMS I. It just looks like a fun time and like a lot of people being really critical of it but I'm just like man like Kevin. Smith will be the best one to tell you that his movies on good like the early objectively good film like that you could probably point out is clicks that first one like that is a that is a damn fine film and like he took that to Sundance ads like and everything like that that man like like that says giants above it is not a good movie like I'll tell you fucking not a good movie but it is a fun movie like it knows that it's retarded is all helder. It is sucking unscripted but it's just it's just a fun. Watch like it's something good to have. The background is just chilling on a Sunday afternoon <hes> like saying all these cameras pop up saying retarded story play out. It's it's just a fun fun watch and this looks more which Kevin Smith said. It's basically this baby except Ray Ray Ray updated two thousand to two thousand nineteen. Yeah Man and speaking cameo is there are so many in this although I would argue so I would call two thousand nineteen because a lot of people who were super famous five years ago. Maybe ten Jason Biggs we got method man and Redman. We know that right with the in one of the other ones Sarah you lost <unk> above long long talker so you're not days there returning costs <unk> Jason Biggs and James Vanderbeek the story Oriole the original one is basically Johnson bub crossing the country to stop a movie being made about them and the guys that are playing Jane Solid Bub at James Vanderbeek and Jason Biggs and they're coming back for this one all right fair enough sure enough. I remember them being them us crazy dame and again. That's why Ben Affleck again you always WanNa get Matt Damon and Ben Affleck Right but yeah we're getting them. That's faulkner. Wilson rap is Chris Hemsworth <unk> showing up on a green screen for one day. Who else is in this? We've got Chris. Chris Sweats edition so Kevin Smith talks about it. I think it's we're beyond <HES> got him for. I think it was like one day and then let Chris House with asked him to like plus one like as a plus one to the vendors that game premier it's like I I get to go with you to the Premier Armenia Yeah. It's he'll. It'll just be a short cameo but I mean like you know you got. You got people like Rosario Dawson. WHO's obviously start in <hes> Kevin Smith films a full like clicks to <hes> man like there's just so many like David does small train the start right there as well like it's one man look I think will be a mess if we don't mention it on also like this feels so Kevin Smith as a COMECON same as that's fucking everything man search weighed so much crazy shit? It feels like a movie <unk> the top comedy you would normally say back in the late nineties or something but like I'm telling you does one. Yes something like that like as you said it's kind of like it's a remake in a way it's not really remembered. It was a good Kamini. You know what good is subjective. especially comedy comedy is very subjective is this bill is made for particular audience. The average Muzio might not enjoy this especially but you know what Kevin Smith is one of the most successful and famous legitimate nerds and nodes Kula like they earned the box office sir. I honestly think there's a bigger audience for top movie like this now than than there was before because the best comedy CISTERNA comedies these days posse thrown all these slack comecon references and stuff and and colleague references that's awesome also despite <unk> Siberian films the guys who power Rangers what's Sibon sorry. I pronounced that wrong but yeah that's that's funny but look before we move on. I think we should mention 'cause you would love to we didn't mention this day of the week. There's another Kevin Smith Esq film coming out and we can as quickly touch on this mattison the method what he would tell us about that project. What do you think of that? It's more of a it's more of a Jason Mewes Project Than Kevin Smith Project. Tell me like it's directed by Muse as well so it's kind of like a little baby and you. I can tell that it's <hes> it's Jason is fest movie and Shit like that so it's just like a just like a tiny little film at you could tell because it looks like it Marty direct to d._V._d.. Look either way if I find it. If I'll come across it I'll to watch it but I'm not gonNA take it out. It looks like he's done a very small budget or a long period of time. Kevin Smith isn't it but he's a lot heavier than he is now. It feels like shot ages ago yeah yeah but like I'm even noticing like this isn't indie film I think but with like some big names Dan treasure and most notably it's the final cameo of Stanley Sir shutouts to that other might be called all to check it out but it's it's not like John Paul. That's for sure let's move on showy. We've got a couple more trailers. Actually got one loss trailer to talk about before we move onto the big news. That's marvel still with us you waiting for Mabul dun-rite coming. I haven't played the game that this is based off by. Now you have an your fan. We finally got a full proper. Try La of the Wichita TV series what forty wrecking Bart Simpson like the this this this look to a lot <hes> a little bit of not thought <hes> I think I think there is still a little bit of like witness to Henry Cavill as Gerald of Riviera <hes> it might be the bid but again like you know you could live that shift as inter net flicks have continually said that they are adapting the books not the game <hes>. There's been a lot of complaints about him not having to swords roads and shit like that either netflix select adapting the <unk> adopting the books and wait wave where adapting the books for the long run like that's. That's how it's GonNa go. It's not eventually turn into something. That's <hes> adapting. Adopting from the from Wichita falls some shit like that like it's GonNa be from the ads sorry from the books. This looks laundered like I'm really came for this do they. <hes> it looks like the budget looks pretty big. <hes> Yonathan looks fucking awesome like Geena. She's just kind of like tricky transforms and shit like like she changes her like the way she looks to like Louis paypal and she's the one with like the Weird Chin of the start all fucked up a policy like some magic and like the creatures in this the munsters look awesome dude spider the end C._J.. Looked solid yeah really really stuck for them for this. This'll be a day one watch for me probably binge. It'll it'll come out. It'll all drop Monday Israel site so I'm played the game. I'm not attached as franchise but the fact that it comes out all at once Netflix stall if it happens on a weekend where I'm free I will watch the whole thing but if this is outweighed by wake <unk> I probably wouldn't just because personally really into fantasy and medieval stuff.

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"andy machete" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

06:46 min | 2 years ago

"andy machete" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"And I know you've seen this taxi driver with Robert deniro. I thought that was intense like did that have come an effect on you as well. Like movie resonate with you. When you I thought, oh yeah. Yeah. I my whole. It was like before, and after seeing taxi driver, you know. And I mean, Barry, I think always lots of taxi driver, and it's so funny. It's so ingrained in me that I don't notice it until after it's done. And then you're in an interview in some of those kinds, taxi driver, and you go, oh my. Well, of course. Yeah. It's like one of my favorite movies. So yeah, yeah, I know a hundred percent that movie had a massive effect on me the way it was Sumed and, and the performances how everyone's acting in that movie. And it's all none of it's pushed, it's all very natural. And it just feels very real. What's that? Like real for sure. Now, Bill, before you go a couple of things you mentioned Henry Winkler. And of course he is with you on berry. I mean, I gotta ask, is there a better guy in this town didn't Henry Winkler? No better yet. Is there a better guy on this planet, then Henry Winkler now as the nicest, you know, being on the planet, he's so, sweet, he's the nicest guy in the world, and, you know, after every episode texts. Me. Nice wheat tax saying, like, oh, man it was just you see what you did like that was Beijing and this performance by this person. And it doesn't matter how who the actress, you know, the young day player answer first job. He'll go over and go, I love that thing. You just did where you came in. And you said you know now have like two lines. He'll those parts are so hard to line parts and you just made that work and you know, he's, he's so sweet Bill. Like he he's an acting coach on the show, but he's an acting coach off the show. And most importantly, it's genuine man. It's real. Right. He means it. Yeah. Yeah. No. Yeah. He really means that he's just so and just oh love is just like all of all the time. It's very sweet right now. It before you go. It chapter two is coming on September and this to me seems like a completely different animal altogether. What do you like about this project? And why did you want to take that on? Well, I liked the first movie and I like the direction in it. I met Andy machete the director and I go on with him. Great. And his sister Barbara is producing partner and she's fantastic and a great person. And I just wanted to like, and let's I wanna work with these guys. And then they put this amazing cast together. I just. Yeah. It was a blast and I never done it order movie, and I like or movies, especially old or movies. So it was fun. It was just a blast in until you until SARS guard plays pennywise is unreal. What he's just phenomenal. Yeah. Now you told Conan recently. Yeah. But the only thing is I, I can't really act scared. So you're like a really scary flick. How do you dress that? No. I don't. I don't know how to do it. Cause my problem is when I get nervous or scared him like laugh mile. So there. He's like, dude. What are you doing, man? Here it and I just have a big smile on my face. I am scared. Yeah. What do you mean what am I doing? I'm scared shitless can't you tell me man? Those big smile face, like are you stoned? Right. So you did a sports podcast, right here. So I gotta hit you with one sports question on the way out the door. You are from Tulsa, the pro team in town, obviously is the okay see thunder. You're a fan, but the story goes it took an infection and some steroids for you to become that fan. What's the story behind that? It's kind of a joke. I did on Kimmel where I went like I'd be I was on prednisone, and I became like rabbit, okay? He's under family bought tickets, even though I lived in LA and like bought all this stuff like just all my energy went into. Okay. See thunder. And then it was like I went off red zone. I was like, I can't go to Chesapeake arena. It's an Oklahoma City when when, when I go there, and I don't have a private plane fly to Oklahoma City on the weekends like only doing this is insane. And but now I will say though it was the season was tough. But that I might dad, and I recalled each other immediately after that life game. And we both like you know, say what you will. But the Damian Lillard shot was pretty insane. You mean the one where did he made from the parking lot to knock you guys out? Show where the well the ones that you've been making all game, and then I was watching yelling, Paul George. I'm like, what are you doing? Get up on. Great. I was like getting his face. But that's what he had done in the last possession, and logo. It just buzz right past them. So I just I mean yeah, it's like impossible to guard that. I disagree with Dr. I think that was a very good shot because he had made that shot like you'd made like five of them before he shot that one guy love that. You just said, I, I literally love you just said that I love that. You remember that because he'll look Paul George spin through a whole lot and he's a great player, but that's terrible. That's an all time bad take that that was a great song. That was a great shot. Yeah. You gotta tip your hat, right? Just. That's why you call him. His name's logo. He cooked his his shot that he's named after essentially what are you talking about? There you go. Hey, listen, if you're a guitar to doing this, they'd give you talk show. It takes like that, it listened in fact, in terms of the business, Barry various so great. And I promise this is the really really the last question, berry is so great. And you gotta be reason to be really, really proud of that project. But it never hurts to have a strong lead in. What's it like having game of thrones leading and berry? Oh my God. It's it's a dream. I mean are we got? I saw those guys that want us to do any off at a and I just, you know, toasted him and I was like, hey guys, you just gave us like two point five million new viewers. Right. I mean, the, the amount of people, especially watched episode five of airy with, with that or after the battle of winter fell that we wake and saying, yeah, it was crazy at Suber down three weeks ago, and the finale is coming up and season three's already picked up Bill can't, thank you. I really make time. Burgers of.

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"andy machete" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"andy machete" Discussed on /Film Daily

"And now, you know years later, it is happening without his involvement, and we're getting this this sort of soft reboot. So it's it's it's kind of. Messing that Spike Lee who is a great filmmaker couldn't get his idea made. And instead, they're just making this whatever this is. I know that were oftentimes cynical about what Hollywood is producing. All these, you know, remakes adaptation sequels, and I do see a. Need for us as a culture, you know, as us as being like telling the same stories over and over again, the kind of. You know, our our touchstones for us like Shakespeare, and you know, I think that's what we're doing with some of these movie remakes. But that said is is anybody really aching for an inside man reboot. I I can't imagine. Because no inside man, I won't give away splitters. If someone hasn't seen this eighteen year old film, but inside man was was jumping off of already established tropes because you know. I mean dog day afternoon, he's a famous Bank robbery hostage movie. But what made that what we inside man, really clever, isn't it took an establish thing and twists it into something else. And of course, spike Lee's direction was really good and to do the same thing. But with not without the Saint cast without Spike Lee. It's like what's the point? Why are you doing this? And I guess it is just that brand thing. I guess it's just safer to produce something. Yeah. It's an estate. Title. Then just try something new, unfortunately. And now a bit of news the hit last night. And that is that they are making another adaptation of each wells classic the time machine with Leonardo DiCaprio producing in from the director of it each day. Would we know has soon after Andy Michetti was announced to be in talks to develop a attack on titan movie. He has signed on for yet another project. He is that direct a new adaptation of the time machine with Leon DiCaprio on board as producer. He had DiCaprio and Jennifer Davidson have are producing with Decapolis app in way, productions and Arnold leap of it who executive produced the two thousand two movie, I will may onboard as executive producer. So it sounds like Andy machete is following give them a little Toro on attaching himself to as many projects as possible and. Most of them probably won't be made. Yeah. That sounds like he's a living up to his mentors sort of legacy of just signing onto as many things as possible. Now that he's kind of a rising talent and has a lot of excitement around him and getting us excited in the process..

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"andy machete" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

04:41 min | 3 years ago

"andy machete" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Standalone six or eight episode TV series. Then do you have any ideas? I would love to see a show centered around Sam Rockwell's Justin hammer from iron men to just have him. Dancing around the whole episode like scheming, and maybe working with some bad guys here and there, but just Sam Rockwell rock welling it up I would love for the I would love to see that. That's not gonna happen. Chris you. I'd really like to see a show centered around that janitor. Played by Harry, dean Stanton in the first offenders. I know I know Harry is dead. Unfortunately. So he can't do it. But they like digitally bring him digital hologram Harry, dean Satan as a janitor cleaning up after the hulk falls through the ceiling. I see you guys have taken this question quite seriously and thought about this. I am not kidding. I want this to happen. HT? Do you? Do you have any ideas? Hollywood listening apparently. Oh, would this have to be characters that have already been introduced them? See you. Yeah. Yeah. I'm looking for characters introduced like I feel like. I wanna knowing you and knowing what you've talked about in the past would about a Hawkeye show. Yeah. I mean, that's what I was thinking. I was thinking a Hawkeye show based heavily off the David and Matt fraction comic book series. And I I love that series. But the puck I that shows up in the MC you doesn't quite aligned with the characterization in the Matt fraction series. I'd love to see that at some point. Like just a a like zippo style Hawkeye hanging around New York saving people because he can't help it and then like occasionally just hanging with Kate Bishop so that would be my dream series. But I don't know if it would be exactly what I would imagine. Yeah. I feel like it would have to be a prequel to work, especially the a family. And although if you think about it, we don't know how of interest for is going to change this universe. So it could change drastically and make it into could end up in a way that you could do that series. Maybe you know, I I've talked about in the past. I'd love to see a what conduct TV series that doesn't really take place in the royalty kind of just taking place on the ground level. But had also look to see a Suri show. But I feel like so many people love that character that marvel is not gonna do a TV series with her. I feel like we're eventually going to see Suri movie in my wrong. What about Corgan meek from Thor ragnarok? I watched series of them. I if taika is involved I sign on anyway. Okay. We've talked too much about this. I read my whole article on from the com-, let's move on to attack on titan. A movie is in the works from the director of it HD. Would we know? So just five days after we heard news that Hollywood is developing a my hero academia movie, yet another anime may be. Developments for a live action adaptation. So it director Andy machete is currently involved in talks to develop an attack on titan movie. So attack on titan is this hugely successful SCI fi series written and created by Hajime essay Yama set in a world where humanity is for stick refuge. In giant walled cities. That are frequently besieged by gigantic, man. Eating Hyun noise. Called titans. It's quite gruesome and a little bit strange and scary. I have only seen the first episode. I was a little put off by it. I will say I'm not a huge fan of mecca enemies in general. And there this is definitely not just a mecca makes it does delve into issues of militarization and corruption, blah, blah, but it's quite a high concept and vicious series. The that may not make the transition well to the. Live actions screen. I mean, we have seen something similar to this with Pacific rim, which is very heavily influenced by mecca anime such as this. But this one is a lot more grotesque in the ways that you see like everything that happens when a titan like bites into a human being, it's very it's very gross. So I wonder if any machete can pull it off considering he's actually never done a blockbuster before us aside from its and this definitely would require a very big budget and very big scope..

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"andy machete" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

02:16 min | 4 years ago

"andy machete" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Film i think is is not that great of a title the eu you'll get the posters or the film and it shows is big like epic confrontation between the apes in the humans in that that kind of isn't even really a scene in the move he uh but yes they agree it's one of the top of the air uh let's move onto your number nine in that is steven kings at yes man this was so great i read steven kings book rate before the first trailer came out so is already really hyped for this movie and it delivered on my excitement and expectations in the best possible way i have to admit that i thought it was going to be a huge mistake to only tell half of the story because the book intertwined details of the kids and then them later on as adults and uh you know reading the book that is such a core aspect of it in the way that those two timelines a bounce off each other and sort of a intertwined in the book works so wonderfully that i was a little hesitant at the idea of it only being half the story in the movie buds really phenomenal casting and director andy machete in his sort of a really on tactile an eerie sensibilities i think justified the notion of a telling the story in two parts so i'm very excited to see its chapter two and i think the first one delivered on pretty much everything i wanted in an adaptation of the story see my worry now is is the second chapter with the adults can be interesting 'cause i feel like the child stories is the better story there uh i think you're probably right and that is a hero part of the reason why i really wanted them to do both to start but i think machete he added a couple elements that were is sort of some interesting touches to to this first it movie in order to sort of padded out a little bit so i'm just gonna hope and be optimistic that whenever he adds to pat out the second story is just as good an weird an interesting in and will hopefully elevate the adult side of the story as well now it is not the only horror film on your list your number seven earned number eight rather is get out yeah and this the movie error.

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"andy machete" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"andy machete" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Includes explanations of moments in scenes that were scripted but never shot for 'bladerunner twenty forty nine that's fascinating stuff as well there is also plenty more stuff from hampton fancher david web people's regarding the original 'bladerunner including script experts that you could read that i researched at the margaret herrick academy library and the writers guild foundation library as well in issued twenty nine you could also read the entire blacklist screenplay bareknuckle plus an interview with its writer david matteo issued twenty nine also features actor writer dany mcbride and director david gordon green chatting about writing season two of each 'buts darkly hilarious vice principles we also have actor jason isaacs chatting about taking the captain's chair and star trek discovery actor george griffith on playing ray and twin peaks the return directors dayton ferriss on battle of the sexes director andy machete on the horror hit it screenwriter jason hall on thank you for your service and will even have a story on thawra rag narok which will be updated into the issue when the film comes out into theaters and so much more to explore remember if you have an ipad or any tablet with google play the app in issue one orpo still free and each individual issue costs less than a beard a hipster bar so treat yourself look i really appreciate you considering to support my passion project going lives soonwww debt backstorynet but now let's jump right back into my conversation with kohl writer director luca guadagno to chat about his passion project call me by your name going back to the concept of garden in didn't fruits there is of course the the peach c which is which is from the book and um you know i was curious if you guys were worried about getting away with it from just american sensors from that standpoint because you have somebody that jackie leads in the peach american censorship i was thinking about it but then surely of marauding theme like something that with making made people love.

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"andy machete" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"andy machete" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Very profitable system of chattering about all these character histories who ham cutting and really quick to remind you all about my digital magazine back story it's an ipad magazine that focuses on the art and business of storytelling currently were an ipad only magazine and also available on google play another tablets but fear not were come into the web very soon you could checkout www died backstory dot net for updates as i said earlier i servers have been transferred were and final testing and it's all looking really great sea will finally be able to read backstory on the web very soon when important thing to remember about backstory is that when you subscribe on the web you'll get access to every single issue we've ever published she will be in the loop on everything my team has put a lot of work into our newest you number twenty nine with blade when or 24 nine cover stories that include indepth interviews from writers hampton fancier and michael green on this utterly fantastic marvel of a film in fact some of hamptons article includes explanations of moments in scenes that were scripted but never shot for 'bladerunner twenty forty nine that's fast nateing stuff as well there's also plenty more stuff from hampton fancher david webb people's regarding the original blade runner including script experts that you could read that i researched at the margaret herrick academy library and the writers guild foundation library as well in issue twenty you could also read the entire blacklist screenplay knuckle plus an interview with its writer david matteo issued twenty nine also features actor writer dany mcbride and director david gordon green chatting about riding season two of each 'buts darkly hilarious vice principles we also have actor jason isaacs chatting about taking the captain's chair and star trek discovery actor george griffith on playing ray and twin peaks the return directors dayton ferriss on battle of the sexes director andy machete on the horror hit it screenwriter jason hall on thank you for your service and will even have a story on thawra rag narok which will be updated into the issue when the film comes out into theaters and so much more to explore remember if you have an ipad or any tablet with google play the app an issue one our postal.

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"andy machete" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"andy machete" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Is she nine also features actor writer dini mcbride and director david gordon green chatting about writing season two of each beuys darkly hilarious vice principles we also have actor jason isaacs chatting about taking the captain's chair and star trek discovery actor george griffith on playing ray in twin peaks the return directors dayton ferriss on battle of the sexes director andy machete on the horror hit it screenwriter jason hall on thank you for your service and will even have a story on thawra rag narok which will be updated into the issue when the film comes out into theaters and so much more to explore remember if you have an ipad or any tablet with google play the app in issue one or both still free and each individual issue costs less than a beard a hipster bar so treat yourself look i really appreciate you considering to support my passion project going lives soon at www died backstory dot net but now would jump right back into my conversation with writer director maggie bets about her passion project noviciate obviously taking a vow of celibacy a young age is going to lead to would you cover in the movie as the special friendships their ticket orange at the particular fringe that's a real thing yeah i'm sure and you know here you you you did the scene where she really has her faith questioned and she just says comfort me and she wants to be comfort and i'm curious it how you arrived at that particular language because it was so simple but said so much about feeling alienated having a lack of touch being i love last on this quote from the bible that said be thou comforted.

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"andy machete" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"andy machete" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith

"Actor george griffith on playing ray in twin peaks the return directors dayton ferriss on battle of the sexes director andy machete on the horror hit it screenwriter jason hall on thank you for your service in will even have a story on door rag narok which will be updated into the issue when the film comes out into theaters and so much more to explore remember if you have an ipad or any tablet with google play the app in issue one are both still free and each individual issue costs less than a beard a hipster bar so treat yourself look i really appreciate you considering to support my passion project going lives soon at www debt backstory dot net but now with jump right back into my conversation with director christopher land in about his passion project happy death day i'm curious about your pg 13 rating yeah um you know you're you're you you were actually kind of toeing the line a little threat for some of the there was really tough to get movie through but was it always intended to be pg 13 no there were so my earlier drafts were incredibly gory and violence so trees deaths were like super i mean like beheadings in all kinds of stuff and and i remember it was it was a studio thing to train and get us to a pg 13 rating initially i was like that sucks like this movie should be like a girl dying like how do you not show that and then the more i thought about it the more i realized that actually physically seeing her die was a cheap because the time loop.

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"andy machete" Discussed on The IGN Movies Show

The IGN Movies Show

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"andy machete" Discussed on The IGN Movies Show

"Uh and that was my my big note was that i felt like as cool so scares were you could almost see the director andy machete am i getting emma um like just going through the textbook of okay here all this scares that we can do and i have to basically do the litany of them all in the first twenty minutes to establish this character pennywise as a threat i felt like the movie dean i am not going to see a didn't click but i feel like once all the kids were out there in the street and their bucks in the all recognize that did something that happened um that's when the movie really kicked then and then there is a weird pacing issue because just by necessity of plot they have to get broken up again near the end of the so now i made that i am very stylish like is this where we can't i know i was like okay well i guess it makes sense yeah i did feel like i mean i thought this scares were great but as someone who is a huge it like howard when it comes to scary movies i tom was sitting next to me i only have heard me ice once very well i was getting late like i win let you guys talk samir pulled i was like a beacon through this evening when i did feel like the scares got a little bit predictable when you know okay will penalise is going to do something to each of them in a row again at the slide show i think this is one of the more effective ones does it is something that is uh not.

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"andy machete" Discussed on Outkick the Culture

Outkick the Culture

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"andy machete" Discussed on Outkick the Culture

"So how exactly were they going to make this work well they hired andy machete and 'mushie eddie is the director writers chased palmer and carry fukunaga whose name may ring a bell as he was one of the instrumental pieces of true detective both two years but season one is the one jude would care about i would say but this was generally story about a malevolent evil monster who happen to be clown in pennywise the dante clown of course you find out there's a lot more to penny was the dancing clown but this is one that you could actually see working and guess what it worked they took pieces of stranger things they took pieces of standby me they took pieces of the guineas and then they took sure horror and they wrapped it all together in the style gic package set it in 1990 or in the late eighties new kids on the block is featured in the film for example not the actual act they're not live in the film but you hear their music and then you put together a cast of pretty talented kids and you let them go after penny was a dancing clown and you make it hundred thirty five minutes which on the surface sounds like it's too long but if you know anything about it you know how long that book is again i told you that original 1990 effort was four and a half hours long and it was set in the '60s.

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"andy machete" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"andy machete" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Your shot hurrying away dr into the movie just to have a white faiza so the yeah that's why it just seems completely needless i don't really understand this thinking other than just like i dunno have white representation in it which doesn't it which is in a very strong argument so i have not been very happy with this news you have a whole article on slow from that is a feature on the site headed recommend everybody go to that and read that let's move on in the news an authorized struck you a free quote is coming that bit of news does not excite me but it's coming from the director of it that does excite me then you're theortical foot say it what do we know yes so apparel has acquired the screen rights to a project called drecun which is a a prequel novel that's cool written by a bram stoker's great a grand nephew and a horror author named jd barker the story is set in eighteen 68 where he twenty one year old bram stoker meets up with an ungodly evil that he tracks in an ancient tower all the while scribbling the events that led him there so this is a book that paramount is turning into a movie it's unclear who is going to be writing that movie but andy machete is directing the new it movie is attached to direct the project we know he's also attached to direct a live liveaction adaptation of robo tech so it's probably going to be a little while before this one hits theaters um but yeah i mean we saw the origin of dracula in 2014 dracula untold that didn't exactly pan out very well um.

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"andy machete" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"andy machete" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Uh you know took in meter own inter own story at the i believe through attack the american way peter threat of yes but uh but you can trust me speaking with the italian film outlook bad taste uh roughly translated thanks tooth of really shoddy internet translators it's clear they said that it too is my priority and you will make rebel tech afterwards and it's actually aligns with our set visit to it when i visit the set last year and what happens in the podcast before will any machete and his sister producer barbara bush yeti both made it very clear they were already thinking about the sequel they all they said that movie stands alone is movie adapts when a half seeking book an endless on away so that could beat on movie but they wanted to uh the sequel to the quote to paraphrase andy machete to have a dialogue with the original ones is the audio planning for certain things that echo one another in both bubis lame pocketbook that and said that um the this will be does end with his suggestion of a sequel if not a cliffhanger and even talk about how various flashbacks that are seen throughout the original novel of it uh that that showcase how pennywise a clown word entity notice it has been terrorising dairy main centuries alatas flashbacks may actually end up in sequel uh where which follows the same characters observers on is the first will be 30 years later as adults so.

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"andy machete" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"andy machete" Discussed on /Film Daily

"What what can you tell us about visiting the set of it i can tell you that it looks ascetic we like a really cool movie ah andy machete using his first movie uterus beecher momma has a really strong i've for creatures restrung our atmosphere he knows how to make things look really scary i think the one question we had for him and you can read about this in our interview with him is that it makes interesting decision to essentially split steven things novel in half in on paper it rotated green to timelines making 50s 1980's m a jumps back and forth pretty frequently between records as kids miss characters 27 years later whereas the movie is focused entirely on them as kids which has relocated to the 80s any nine be specific rectify piece of art from the set were there was a movie theater baugh marquee advertising tim burton's batman so it's very specifically set 1989 and as the movie basically reinvents pennywise wisely clown for new generation had how does it do that yeah i wrote entire article about this last trump because it was originally adopted endured 1990 mini series starting tim curry where pennywise is written in new book was fairly accurate either those are the clown type american tv clown because you see it birthday parties very traditional it as adding sheedy told us using find on scary and in fact he said a lot of people outside united states don't bind clown scary if i am sad pathetic.

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