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What is Reconciliation?

Grace and Peace Radio

04:14 min | Last month

What is Reconciliation?

"Today. We're gonna be talking about reconciliation. We're going to be talking about the term reconciliation defining it. We're going to end up doing this in two parts We're gonna talk about when reconciliation is possible today right in this episode And then in the next episode. we're gonna talk about. What do you do when it's not possible because there are those cases absolutely you know. The bible says a lot about reconciliation after all. It's a book about reconciliation from the first word. Exactly you know eat ease. The story of god's reconciling sinful humanity to himself right when we talk about reconciliation. Obviously we're talking about bringing peace bringing unity where that unity that that piece has been broken where there was strife Interestingly i looked up the word in the greek And you know sometimes you can get a an interesting little insight into the word in the original greek in the new testament and it just kind of gives it a little bit of a different coloring that you don't quite catch in our english. Bibles right happens. Yeah happens every once in a while. we saw that last week in fact when we looked cheerfulness. Yes and was. I open right so this week. I looked up the word reconcile reconciliation. And you know what it means. Actually if you go back into the original greek no idea. Charlie i don't It means to reconcile why how those greeks just nuance everything. That's that's good sometimes. Sometimes what you get out of. It is simply the word that is added as it have this connotation though of exchanging like exchanging currency so there is this colorization there of of that which is which is kind of interesting. This idea that your taking one currency currency of disunity of bitterness of anger anger animosity resentment. And you're going to the currency counter and getting new currency your exchanging it for new currency usually like that of union illustration So there is there is some colorization. Yes but that's really what reconciliation is and we're not going to look at every single bible verse about this. We're not going to read. Single bible verse. I'll give them. You can look them up later. But god definitely encourages us towards reconciliation for one thing. There's matthew five nine. There is matthew five twenty four. There's luke twelve fifty eight. If i can read my own handwriting scandal laugh about people. I'm recording this now. I don't even know if there is a loop twelve. Fifty eight handwrite. I fifty eight. It might be the anthony russo version. Yes there is. There is a luke. Twelve fifty eight. There you go romans twelve. I uh saloons five thirteen so when we're thinking reconciliation it's onto planes. It's this article. God and man Plane and then. There's also this horizontal man to man or person to person or however you want to write the main thing as we think about. Reconciliation is especially s christians. The fuel for our reconciliation. The power where it come from is from our reconciliation. I with god

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Tom Brady Launches Global Content Company '199 Productions'

WBZ Midday News

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Tom Brady Launches Global Content Company '199 Productions'

"Summer Brady's currently on vacation with his family but he is making moves off the field the future hall of Famer launched a multi platform content company called one ninety nine productions a nod to the number he was drafted in two thousand the company will develop films TV shows and documentaries and Brady will take part in several of those projects on camera the team with the vendors and game directors Joe and Anthony Russo as Brady goes to Hollywood don't forget the Chargers need a

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An Interview with 'Avengers: Endgame' Directors, The Russo Brothers

Popcorn with Peter Travers

10:31 min | 1 year ago

An Interview with 'Avengers: Endgame' Directors, The Russo Brothers

"This popcorn where we tell. You. What's happening at the movies? And as far as the world's concerned, there is no other than adventures endgame, really, you know, so let's face it. And we have the director of that movie with us. Anthony Russo Joe Russo. How are you, sir? You know, everybody's talking about the fact that in its first week it's broken every record. It's like a one point two billion dollars in doing it. But what really gets me about this success, which I certainly don't begrudge you. I'm sure you're getting ninety percent, right. It's of course, this point four movie. Oh, yeah. Totally it. But to me this movie is a love letter to everything that the avengers mean to so many people true made by people who seem to be not only gifted at what they do. But who are fans of what this is. Although I'm sure the fans drive you crazy with the questions that they have. So before we start. I just want to show you a clip. This was some of the people that were interviewed at the theater just wanting to talk to you can say. Guys so much. This movie was pretty incredible. I've seen in multiple times already. I gotta say it gets better every time. Thank you for making the movie. Inspired me to want to make films in the future. Maybe I'll become a movie director myself or something, and maybe I can be one of. Hankers? Thank you for bringing by childhood to life making. Thanks to the British resolve and other castes for the venues movie. It was really good things you so much. Movies. And I just really wanna see what happens next. And if you need extras in the movie just ask guys do make moral. Excelsior. Specialists feel good. That's why we make these movies. Yeah. You just have to. I think next. Oh, you should do. Check off. Yeah. We're headed that movie called cherry cherry based on a book by Nicole Walker about that army medic. Yeah. Back in this gets hooked on heroin to deal with PTSD. So slightly different subject matter than the marvel. Bo superpowers. No, no. It's amazing is Tom Holland. Yeah. We'll be playing the lead. So. Look, it's still family. Exactly. And that within ventures in game. What Tom and does in that. With rubber Downey's. Our man. Is so motion and so much that if you're not feeling that you you've lost all ability to feel anything. Well, the I mean, the great thing about Marvin. I think why so many people relate to is about family relationships. You know, there's there's mothers daughters, fathers and sons, you know, surrogates doesn't mean that people are related, it's just they they have a they've created a family. What we also like about it with amazing about seeing fans like this is that very rare as a storyteller, you get to make movies like this that mind people together, there's a real sense of community behind these films. The global reaches significance a fan in the UK can talk to a fan in India can talk to a fan in Japan. And it really is binding experience we snuck into the theater on the Thursday night that it opened in Los Angeles after the lights from the back. And it's rare that we've been in a movie theater where we've had that kind of experience people are cheering, and laughing and crying. And cheering some more and jumping on their seats and really had an energy to it that that seems very unique to to this narrative experiment, but when anything is emotional like that, and what you did last year with Infinity war you snapped your fingers at half of the world's gone that boy what a power move that was well, that's one of the one of the great joys of working in the marvel cinematic universe, and with a serialized, storytelling, the cinematic level is that we get to take chances, and we get to go to places in in individual films that you might not be able to otherwise, you know, it's it's very rare to see a Hollywood movie, especially a big major release Hollywood movie where the bad guy wins, but you know, life life is in life that sometimes the bad guy wins we'll have to endure that. So the to be able to tell a story where the bad guy wins in. It's okay for the audience because they know that even though the movie ended that way there's still hope for. In the future. Because the story is not over that. That's a very, you know, unusual experience unusual opera -tunities for filmmakers to tell that kind of story. Well, they can't seem to accept that. It's over. I think that's what you hear people saying I saw it three times. Right. You know, you're going back to it. I don't think not just to look at the nuances of what you might have missed, but I need to hold onto it. They can't really be gone. Well, nothing has value unless it has an ending, right? I think that why the, you know, there's so much energy around this movie is that it's a true. Finale. There's you know, the this isn't ending for for a number of the characters that people come to love the last. How do you decide in endgame who's gonna live and die who is going to survive? It's really based on an individual character level. Like, we just study each of the characters we think about, you know, our job on the movie our goal for this movie was to to end the end the run that began eleven years ago now with the first iron man movie. So we looked at. Every one of those characters we looked at their arc that they'd been on through all of the films, and we just started to think about what was the most satisfying climax for each of those characters individual level. And then we began to see how it all sort of orchestrated together with one another. But that was our road. It wasn't. There was never a mandate from marvel about somebody had a live or somebody had the die. It was simply what is the most satisfying story. We can tell. Yeah. I would think that marvel and Kevin Feigen everybody would say they would be betting every decision. That's being made about this. Because these are characters that live in everybody's heads and hearts, well, when we came into marvel it was with the spirit of this Rupp shin. And if you are previous work was very disruptive work, arrested development is very cynical sitcom comedy that was on communities deconstruct genre. That was sort of the specialty of that show. And then you know, we started at a point marvel they had already built the first acts of this Infinity saga. We came into the second act when he Tricia so to deconstruct, and we started making really disruptive choices and they got excited by that. Because choices were working. And I think that, you know, we're we're at a moment of transition for narrative, we really are this generation that is coming up consumes narrative and a very different way than we do there used to consuming narrative, and you know, thirty seconds on Twitter, ten minutes on YouTube, the watch it on the bus. They'll watch it in school. They'll watch it on a plane. The watching the bathroom, you know, they they have a different PHD content consumption. They can handle the different level density. Then we can they want to realize storytelling because they like that emotional collectively. And also with that's your life, storytelling gives them is conversation. Long-term conversation that they can have over a decade about how much they love characters. Who you know, who's right and who's wrong who's gonna live who's going to die? And you know, so social media's become a real driver for pop culture when you think back on endgame. What are like three or four things that stick in your mind about the making of it? You know, what you without giving away too much? Although we'll give away some things we don't want to give away or spoil the just in terms of shooting and thinking he said, and then watching the emotional moments, and what's nice about the film is that because we made such a radical choice the enemy in the war. We open the film, and it stays in a very somber tone for about thirty or forty minutes, which again is unique for commercial movie, and we referred to it as the section where you know, people have to take their medicine. This is you know, we're gonna we're we're going to swim in the waters of of pain and regret and guilt. That all of these characters feel about what happened and that's unique. And I think that you know, so that that's that to me was very memorable being able to shoot scenes that you know, was with emotional truth to them. You know, we love when Scarlett Johansson and Chris Evans get to work together. They're very they're very elegant together and understated. So they had a really beautiful senior early in the movie, I think the other thing will remember Robert Downey. This is really, you know, this is one of the most iconic characters and pop culture history. You know, I would I would argue movie history. I mean, you know, I don't think anyone would argue. With you about that. Which is why playing with any? I mean because the amazing thing about iron man is that he such in the beginning of all this such a cynic such. It's all about me. Yeah. Until he sell field to some kind of self sacrifice. Right. That's exactly because that he goes from selfish to selfless over this this ten year journey, and he makes a lot of poor decisions along the way makes a lot of good decisions along the way. It's not a very human decisions along the way. And I think that you know, the audience went on a ride with them. And it's a it's a very profound experience for them. What you said, I think that's why even though he dies in this movie, and his this this beloved character is is now leaving the movies because it's the completion of this ark for this character because it sort of a movement from selfishness to the ultimate act of selflessness and self sacrifice in the he's giving up a lot by making this choices wife daughter who are so important to them. There is sort of like, a beauty, and there's a nobility and an

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"anthony russo" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

03:31 min | 2 years ago

"anthony russo" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Yeah. I have been to ninety minute films that felt longer than this it flew by my watch periodically just been things happen to just kind of go. Okay. We'll we're roughly are we in this. But otherwise just didn't feel it at all despite sitting in temporary stadium style seating dimension. I was at the world anyway, it's irrelevant. But the first hour is quite somber and quite slow. But it really is. It's such a cliche to say films like roller coaster rides. But this went really genuinely is when I say roller coaster. I mean, the big one at Blackpool pleasure beach, which is the big one I'm thinking specifically because if you ever been in that roller coaster. It's massive I'm not sure if it's still the biggest world, but at one point it was certainly the highest and you get on an goes up, you know, the just not just ratchet up the tension ratchet up attention. That's the first hour of the movie, and then went to goes downhill. That's when all hell breaks loose NASA. Happens in this movie and the last two, but they whole thing had moments. It just made me gasp not allowed. I was in gas friendly crowd, which was great unless you're how fish reacted to whether he was up with people, you know, shout in the Elliott screen and what not, but I'm sure he was he's a cool guy. He's a star matrix revolutions, and it's got bits. It made me laugh and cheer and the other stuff is will not sexual, but you know, the other stuff, and I I loved it. I'm still processing lot of I've only seen it once. And it was it's kind of is a lot. There's a law in this. It's not perfect them. Now, there are some really discussed. Yeah. Most swings most wings are hits. But some swings are MRs we're going this going to be locked quibble wave and discussed, but none of that takes from the the overall pleasure watching. Yeah. Incredible. And also, I kind of had the same feeling about Infinity war when I first saw it and writing rock when I saw. And it takes a little while actually with stuff like this to really click want. You know, the second third fourth fifth sixth seventh Ewing's Delpy the ones where I really decide. Whether I like this film, sensory Oakland. That's what it is. There's a loss. There's a lot happening again as I discussed the on the podcast. You know, when I know I'm doing a spoiler special. Trying to trying to the corners of the screen and the things written on pieces of paper the word forms used. You're trying to wait was that coal back to that other film, not even necessarily an MC film. But like that felt reminiscent of the Princess bride or something in your life. Oh why? But yeah, I thought it was absolutely bloody terrific. And well, we're the of the three stars the hell and gave it five five five five clear. Good. Okay. Five stars. You're hosting. Trick giving it six thousand making one each color of the stones. Anyway. So yes, five stars for avengers and game, which is a recommend. If you obviously if other options to include cake, for example, then, you know, maybe maybe I just feel like you could bring cake with you James like, I feel like you could furnish your own cake sound like a plan leaving this podcast now to go and see and game again. So. Cafe latte ward or straight? Really good case Honey cake other kicks. But if cafe lesser wants to give me a free Honey cake in return for this. I am open to bribery. Okay. That ease it for this week's podcast. Join us next

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"anthony russo" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"anthony russo" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"With the PTSD in winds up coming air when addict and then a Bank robber to support his heroin addiction. It's a it's an indictment on the opioid epidemic and the structures that helped create it. So it's a it's obviously much much different in tone than than what we've been doing with marvel. But that's the the the incredible opportunity that you gain when you work on moves the scale, and with this notoriety Soderbergh, including tell us one, you know. The metro us at our early part of our one for you one for them. I think we've done, you know, a big chunk. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. And now, we get the one for us, and what they meant by that was you know, you you have your commercial successes and allow those to then support the riskier choices that you make and then have some commercial successes, and then make some more riskier choices, the how tricky has been juggling lane your plans for future and having those little furtive chance with was Chris, Tom and Chadwick said gonna seen this guy the script while the same time, directing when the biggest movies of all time. High functioning think. And an embrace your presidential aging. I mean, look we Joe, and I started as indie filmmakers, so you know, we, you know, our film school was making a very very low budget almost no budget movie over the course of three years almost by ourselves. You know, sort of learning how you how you do everything every element filmmaking on your own, and that is kind of our attitude. I that's always been our attitude toward.

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"anthony russo" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"anthony russo" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"This is in tireless spoiler free and reason spoiler free is because Chris hadn't seen anything at the time. Right. So yeah. But context your list came into London to go two and a half weeks ago, something like that. And they brought six minutes of footage. And it didn't really there's nothing to talk about really and also on his wear that this interview will be out now day after is released in the UK and the day of release in pretty much the rest of the world. And I had you know, I didn't want to be going. So tell me about the six minutes footage when most people listen to this already seen the film by that point. So instead, we talk about lots of stuff we talk a little bit generally about endgame of some of the challenges of Megan endgame, but otherwise it's just kind of a bit of a bit of a chat. I should also point out fucking idiot. Not for the first time. But or the last turned up this interview with two guys I brought to microphones I realized is three seconds before they walked into the room. And so my questions are recorded on my iphone, which I'm sure looked really professionals those guys. So there. Might be a slight sound disparity between between those but producer? Jane here is going to sort it out. No pressure. And yeah, I can't remember anything about it. But it was I had. Awesome. So do remember we talked about. So we talked about things like whether they got up banana split because what when I interviewed for the endgame feature for for empire. Lisa their tradition when they're finishing movies. They go for banana splits every week. Put it been so busy that they didn't get a chance to have a banana split classmate. But that I did do a word handle riff. So that might still be in there who knows just various things about how they can dealt with the pressure of living this movie on what they're gonna do next. Okay. So did they I must no other. Well, I'll just listen. Here you go enjoy banana splits. We're delighted to be joined the emperor podcast. But adventures of what's it called ventures adventures something essential endgame? Joe Russo Anthony Russo. How are you? Good. How are you? Chris. I'm not jet light to. I'm I'm fine. I'm good. I want to start by asking the big question. Joey livable fan. I am a fan. I'm look I'm a Premier League fan. I'm a football fan this. I. I can show you once I'm done this. My my screensaver my phone is Muhammad Sola. So you're good company. What the rest of Premier League at Twitter ablaze the other day with your Instagram story. Josh is a massive Liverpool fan. And so and it was his first time in England. I said, look we've gotta go find some LLC fans. Go watch the game with them because that's how you're going to get the real experience can't present. Back up to Liverpool..

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"anthony russo" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"anthony russo" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Another hundred dollars injury to as well plumped for for GT embarrassment of riches, so yeah, maybe this is chance for him to cut loose and have a bit of fun on the big screen, which is something. I with say that is lacking a lot of Leo pictures. That's not entirely unfair. I suppose also just Weeden use this week, Laura. Donnelly has signed up to star in his new TV show, the nevers which is exciting because you know, anytime just waiting does TV. Will be there. And this is no exception to that. Obviously. I'm not stupid, so Laura. Donnelly historian. She was in the Ferryman here in London. So yeah. So yeah. Really, really good. She got an award a belief for that she dates fantastic. Well, don't so she'll be this is Victorian era drama, but with or supernatural elements, and she's apparently both fierce unfunny character. Someone who would die for the coals and kill for a drink is quote here. So interesting description. Yeah, I'm sure we'll be discussing this more on the other podcast, obviously swim of never huge Dollhouse though. I liked it quite like hitting its stride. And then it just went did it took us fully old turns season as well. Whatever happens like after Dalhousie just made a couple of movies, but heard there were movies much about nothing gravy, great moving movie. Something else around the same time. But I just can't quite remember what it was shall. We have an interview. Yes, we should so brothers Joe. And Anthony Russo need no introduction, given that they have brought us many of the best episodes of community and rest development. And oh, yeah. Into pre four of the best marvel films. I mean, also you mean, debris, which is great. I guess, but they made the winter soldier. They made civil war. They made Infinity war and now endgame So Chris sent himself alone to talk to them recently, the hard gigs. Helen, the ones nobody wants entirely spoiler free. We should. I was literally just about sorry Hellum. Stealing your spoiler thunder..

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"anthony russo" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"anthony russo" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"We have a new one for men in black and for God's Zillah king of the monsters. I thought it looked okay. I I was more taken by on the big big big screen the other night, then I'll have been by any of the previous ones tiny tiny tiny phone. So I think it will work on the big screen just for share spectacle. Yes. But I still worry about the issue that the last film had which is that the munsters regrets, and the story in the human characters were instantly forgettable. Yeah. There were human characters multiple were. There was a moth remember that? Wasn't Ma throw multiple. Thanks, just off just a mouth black men. Black men in black is funny. Very much sizing the comedy very much sort of showcasing the fact that we have tested Thompson and Chris Hemsworth being delightful together. There seemed to be Elliot's that commemorate his anybody, including members of the MB those scrolls. There is kind of a scroll thing going on there. Maybe more than there was even captain marvel weirdly, but it just looks like they're quite fun together. It's really just a trailer of funny bits. I have almost no idea what the plot is based on this. Maybe I did see I was near allies. It's hottest it's possible. Yeah. Doesn't matter. What isn't a minute black film? Does it not massively? No. But we, you know, we got see Emma Thompson Ozzy back and then Liam Niessen in his role as looked like head of London. Really go. Yeah. So so yeah. Shaping up for interesting summer. All right, good, spun far from home is slightly less far from home hurrah because released has been pulled forward three days three day, the fifth of July, but the second of July so spot a not quite so far from home, and is a worldwide or do we get ahead of the state's Welker song when when we used to get marvel movies like week-ahead glorious. It was glorious that. Is you Kedah? I don't know what's happening in America. I mean in that statement works on many levels. I have no idea how far from home spot amount is statehood. Uh-huh. Also Letitia right has signed up for death on the Nile has she not to say that she's going to literally go die on a whole. Box on Expedia Expedia offers other.

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"anthony russo" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"anthony russo" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Active service formed is retired. Yes. Now, my problems with this are so many so casino. Morale can be seen in the couple of different ways. It can be seen as kind of because it's went bond. Guesses license to kill. It can be seen as kind of. And you know, he's going straight for your hearts day. Thank you. It can be seen as a time. Bending look early bond, you know, because the earliest opponents with some people sort as in which case he calmer Todd because he's got other stuff today, or it can be seen as a lot of people to it's about JAMES BOND is not his real name is like a more of a Title IX bollocks people have said in the may be, you know, different JAMES BOND. No thing. But if that is the case and he's retired. Then he's not on JAMES BOND. And you know, it's just Helga. So what's going on? Why why are we still hanging out with bone when he's retired saying like you're complaining here and you had like a ten year career is bone. But then maybe maybe non active service. Just means. Holy. But that is true. If you look at casino royale were you know, Daniel Greg was his. Late thirties. But even so he was meant to be young just getting his double-o, and he was cool and going off kind of his first missions an by spector, which is just a few years later. He's meant to be old and wearied and his knees, but gammy and nothing wrong with the gummy. No, nothing wrong at all. But happens the best of us. It's going to be fine. That's w will be coming on. Yeah. I don't know whether that tracks necessarily do two double agents retire in their forties safe. So as a pretty cushy job and killed at any second. Yeah. But the rest of it, you know, retirement package, the pay must be great judging by his everything, but his flat is lovely living in Jamaica. Yeah. Absolutely. So so anyway, so presumably he's off to begin this movie with I'm guessing the soon to be dead madeleine's. Say do returning from the the last movie, I'm sure she'll be fine and play a key role in the blows. Maybe she's going to be super important and genuinely have things are useful today. Yes. I'm cautiously optimistic about this film. I don't know why didn't release the title at seems a gun awful. Lot of effort to go to to basically announced. Nothing. It does a bit. Yeah. It's a bit of a shame. But still carry Fanego, directing we have confirmation that Phoebe Waller bridge has, you know, done a pass on the script and presumably just on dialogue rather than action scenes. I don't know maybe not killing eve, that's true. She's gonna she's got going on. So we'll look at the camera every five seconds jump. Totally happy with me. You'll be happy with flea bond wears a beautiful pink dress in apartments. So yeah, the writing team is purpose old bond hands and Scott said burns has been brought on to polish the script, and then fever bridge was brought onto polish the polish, and I might purpose. Wait will still be knocking around maybe writers and said, this definitely seems like the last Daniel Craig movie. Yeah. Like, I say cautiously optimistic we'll see we'll see what happens with this. Absolutely. And some exciting trailers this week..

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"anthony russo" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"anthony russo" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Another dot co them one more dot then UK that's to the third. Spoiler thing. We'll be doing for for ventures and gain is. I have done. Spoiler interviews with the film's writers, Marcus, and Steve mcfeely and the film's directors. Joe russo. An Anthony Russo I did LA on Tuesday, and they were fantastic. And they will be out as you might expect were holding those for a little bit. They will be out sometime in may mid may probably. So keep your ears peeled. They're going to be well worth the wait. That's what we're going to be doing. Yes, analogously. Thank goodness. No. You can't. Because we had a question. Leanne last question if you could buy for example, using the combined power of six and Finnity stones bring any film or films back from the void of production, hell or cancellation. What would they be? Oh, my God is a good question. I mean, there's all sorts of Arnold Schwarzenegger movies would never made it. I I'm sure JIMBO. I'm not about that one. Really? I always sounds like a terrible to me. The two kind of lost Arnie movies. I'd love to same where the with wings as eagles, which is a World War Two movie. I think about plot to kill Hitler fictional plot to kill Hitler that Arnie would have been at the end the center off as a German officer who turned against Hitler the second one. I've completely forgotten. What was the end? Oh, God, there's Arnold. Oh, yes. I am legend that would have been really really kick ass and much much better than the Francis. Lawrence Will Smith one I would have. Yeah. That wasn't that wasn't a it. Wasn't. It wasn't a great adept ocean of that book..

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"anthony russo" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

Talk Radio WPHT 1210

05:14 min | 2 years ago

"anthony russo" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

"USA today or at L directors Cup on Twitter or Facebook. Learfield director's chump crowning achievement in college athletics since nineteen eighty three. Anthony Russo goes up top for sixty two yards the Intel Bryant that's Russo. Six touchdown throw of the season. Of course, he had four them last week against East Carolina. None better though than the Bali just through there to Bentoel, Brian. It was open and streaked sixty two yards for the score vent. Tell how to big day. That's his first touchdown catch two thousand eighteen is that right? That's his seventh catch of the game for a hundred and forty three yards and it gives temple the lead at twenty four seventeen with nine fourteen. Let that's why Anthony Russo's here, isn't it? Yeah. I mean, that's the Anthony Russo that came out of archbishop would parameter years ago. Correct. And he's on he's doing a great job the offense while doing a great job. But I'll be honest. I'm really happy. And this is great for temple football to see Ben tell Brian go off like this. He is so talented. I played with them for multiple years. He's so much talent. And he's teamed up with Anthony Russo today who's having? A great game and having a heck of a day for himself. So I'm really happy for Dan really happening for Anthony's taken the best of this opportunity. And looking forward to seeing what the defense here does with nine fourteen left in the fourth quarter. So a lot of time to go and the Arctic almost temple with that big play. Just went ahead three twenty five to two eighty three. But of course, navy's bulk of it is on the ground and temple on the air. And here's the kickoff. Springer will get a chance to return this. When takes it on the run at the ten fifteen twenty Springer out to about the twenty-five hit and down at the twenty six yard line navy will take over I attend ten there with nine minutes and nine seconds remaining. For just the second time in the game. The Mid's are behind they trail by seven twenty four seventeen. You know what I don't get the kickoff returns. Like, I don't understand the rhyme or reason in doing. So I understand it. When it comes to punch. He stated ten yard line. And for blah, blah, blah. La kickoff returns whether to fair catch tonight. I have no idea what's going on Garrett Lewis under center Smith fullback. He's been the big ball carrier for the mid day. I intend ball at the twenty-seven of navy down the line. Here's the toss to the slot. Back spun out of bounds at to regain up close to thirty yard line Perry who also plays at quarterback last year. He was a slot bag this year played some quarterback and slot back. On the play of one the stepped out of bounds around the twenty eight. So it's going to be second down and nine clock. Running eight forty nine left in the fourth twenty four seventeen temple als have all three of their timeouts left navy has just to Lewis. Fake throw. And now being chased. He gets away at the fifteen now put it up. It is bad it down and incomplete who is that dot nearly had the sac around the ten yard line dog Manila lily had it who was it down with a spell. Russell may be bad at it down and the Andre Kelly almost chased it down and quoted in air. So that dog me with the miss. Russell with the bad bad at the ball down big defensive play, by example. And here's another long. That's how you play defense by you. Gotta be around the ball thinks happened when you when you hustle, and you fly to the ball balls, get bad balls pop popped up into the air that was only the six passing attempts for Garrett Lewis this afternoon. All right Louis back to throw again, third down nine has time guns field kind of skipped it toward the receiver. And it's going to be ruled an incompletion and the punting unit will come on. That's the first three and out its navy had a has had in the game. And it comes right there. Perfect time if a temple. Yep. Temples offense is kinda got a little momentum going in the crowd is a excited. The Ceylon is exciting excuse me. How would you like to see Mr. right? Go about sixty five. Lack we sixty. I'm looking now you need sixty six sixty six better sixty five. Where he's standard. Just gimme six Hicks away. Right. Has the backup to get it? In a watch it hit. It goes out of bounds actually where let's find out somewhere around the twenty yard line. So they didn't give they took coach Tom O'Brien advice. We talked about what the former navy coach told me earlier about three things on special teams with temple number one. You don't kick it the right? Number two. You don't kick it the right? Number three. You don't kick it the right that time. They didn't kick it to right. So they get it back. Eight thirteen left in the fourth twenty four seventeen temple break in the action. And we're back in Annapolis at a moment on twelve ten WPA HT from learfield. There are so many choices when it comes to selecting.

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"anthony russo" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"anthony russo" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Today on happy second fuse of vendors and finnerty ward directors joe and anthony russo spoil everything i mean they spoil at hey guys i'm josh horowitz welcome to a very special edition of happy said confused as i said this is a spoiler special if you've not seen vendors divinity war don't listen any further this is not the way to do it goes seed in theater with an audience listen to the gasps and enjoy the the moments that shock you and your fellow patrons because this is the kind of movie that's a man's in audience experience i've seen the film twice with an audience and blew me away both times it's a it's a very bold piece of storytelling these guys really took some chances ten years into the and it's the kind of film that that i think demands this kind of conversation and i think this was therapeutic in some ways certainly for me i think for these guys to to talk about why they did what they did why 'camorra y you know low key and heimdahl why that ending what happens going forward to cap and the original of ventures tony stark and thor a lot of a lot of nitty gritty questions in this conversation a lot of broad questions in this conversation and i think they were as forthright as they possibly can be they're still holding a lot of secrets close because we do have the conclusions of the story with untitled avengers four it'll be titled something better than that when it comes out next summer so in the meantime i think this conversation will hopefully illuminate and aid your enjoyment of vendors infinity war and hopefully it will get you just as excited to see it again and to look forward with great anticipation the fourth installment of the vendors films and the one that i think will truly both end chapter and begin new chapter for the joan anthony russo greg is i have on the podcasts.

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"anthony russo" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"anthony russo" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Away from where we really into what was happening at the wool whereas here a cuts from let's say somebody on earth to say one of the gardens again spoiler you're like oh cool they have to do even like the guardians that much and yes we will dig into this a lot more detail we have set assigned to hours spoiled a special recording session tomorrow at save that and save it for the podcast and who knows we go beyond that we'll see how it goes but do send in your questions of your no no here this after okay forget that anyway we've already recorded it doesn't send yes don't don't send it anything on this course as money i will accept money and cake look at me for the love of god my weaknesses cake this is also money because then i could buy more cake but i will say very quickly on this i also had a blast with it but i will say that i can see why this isn't getting across the board positive reviews because it is so dense drops you in and i think a lot of film critics are going into this not knowing what the hell is going on and that might also reflect on he's not getting across the board raves like black panther a write in rock did this is a very very funny film but it's also very intense film pray for serious film probably the most serious in the the stakes are high there are she'll be say comey say there are casualties their casualties let's just leave it at that but all that.

"anthony russo" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"anthony russo" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Spot the secret's not the amazing as ever it has been an ops last thank you so much indeed and look for this special tara sara deeply binding brilliant okay time now for the reviews section of the show and that was review sex at the show thanks very much for joining this was there anything to talk about this week i think there might be there might be there's a very good independent film called beast beasts we talk based models based hank mccoy this is jessie buckley starring role she is young woman called mole she is she was troubled teen she still had very very close by her parents especially her controlling mother and she keeps trying to rebel against this and one is either to club picks up a guy he gets a little bit too you know aggressive with her but he scared off by a newcomer johnny flesh only flynn yes and and she in the this guy strike up a relationship on easy you know like par struggling is good for bad for kind of relationship and meanwhile there are murders murders going on the island of young women and you'll worried can we trust him is he safe is something else going on if so wall it's it's it's been among who's the beast who is the what is the based date so yeah this is a really really short stuff from director michael pierce fairmont's to handwrite between jessie buckley and johnny flynn it's this one will def to keep on the edge of your seat on it's a really low budget british film ferry assured frei for gripping great performances throughout and keep guessing right up or two or until near the end we gave this four stars and obviously it is called beast but as if very tiny based next to another movie that may be out this week there's another film i think there is another film and you know if if you're in the mood for something slightly different maybe supporting british them at the same time they go and check.

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"anthony russo" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"anthony russo" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Production company it's you know we can we can write the checks and green light movies we function as a studio so in terms of the scope of things how do you see this this operating i think you know it's a it's it's specific to us in our tastes and have an artist driven studio at has to be but we've we've kind of you know we will do film and television because you know the future of the business lies a lot in tv yeah in fact you know which hardy business will in television digital distribution moving forward but we tend to gravitate towards three kinds of projects that we've identified prestige projects working with the the daniels on their next movie after swiss the follow up swiss army man we are we're working with matthew carnahan on an incredible film very powerful motion story it's the first time directing but he's amazing writer and you know we tend to that category one is press steve john as second category it's elevators genre you know we we were children seventies action films you can tell from winter soldier we're making a phone call daca crims chris hemsworth net flicks that's sam hargrave who did all the second directing on the vendor three and four we'll be directing and that's about kidnap extractor on daca to save a the son of a of a drug dealer from india so it's a it's a complex movie with a lot of political texture in it and then our third category is you know temple because we know that you know that's going to keep the lights on it's going to drive it and also you know we spent the last seven years making those movies so we feel like we understand that space and we just bought electric state for antimosquito to direct and you'll be lots of other projects in that vein and you know next film.

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"anthony russo" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"anthony russo" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"As well get in let me have life which stars jake jilin hall rebecca ferguson ryan reynolds as astronauts aboard the i s s the international space station for you guys under battling an alien creature which sounds obviously so far so alien but it is one of the best alien inspired sifi horace in years go to quality cast a great memorable monster a smart script by rhett reese appall weren't aku also work with ron reynolds on the deadpool movies an absolute belter of an ending check it out so those recommendations for this week's skies and join me next week for more skies member lated fun okay time now for this week's guest they are the directors foot will most likely be the year's biggest film in terms of box office though jurassic kingdom fallen world might have something to say about that and almost certainly the biggest film of all time in terms of sheer mind boggling scale they are joe and anthony russo directors of captain america the winter soldier captain america civil war now offenders infinity ski no she didn't now ordinarily we would have done a spot especially these guys when they came to london the few weeks ago but because they made a decision not to show the movie to anybody not even they're good old pod buddies empire until just two days before came out and you'll know why when you see the film we were unable to do so we're still working in that we still do not down the line but for this i decided to dig a little more into who they are as directors how they worked together and what they've got planned post marvel so it's not really offenders focused but hey most of you by now we've already seen the film hope you enjoy here's joe russo an anthony rizzo we're delighted to be joined on the emperor podcast by the directors of offensive any war joe russo anthony russo how are you both how are you.

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"anthony russo" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"anthony russo" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"We're on twitter at information seen use hashtag emperor cast where facebook as well as empire glycine and you can of course email us podcast at empire online on c o m coldest week my voice is quite deep to villa de re i will kill the bodies that's not i still not anyways we talked about some movie news let's do it yes do this thing what's been happening in the world of the movies exciting trailers this week i recommend having at one for crazy rich asians which is very entertaining book and looks like being very interesting film the one wasn't i was trying to like i was trying to lead so the good news that was crazy and then and then there's a full trailer for venom which gives us a little bit more of a of an idea of what the going for with phantom which pierce to be in late nineteen ninety s superhero movie sequel seems to be what i love the fact that the final reveal venom has become a meme this has become thing and i like to think that elizabeth banks kick this off with her stella vet where she just responded like it looks like he's eating a dick less what else it looks like and i don't think this is a spoiler it's in the trailers i think he looks like the baddie army of faceless goon dog things in infinity war and berlian news does seem to be another another film with basically you know.

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"anthony russo" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"anthony russo" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"With a character who whose history was his villain i think that you know scarlett that such a great job play matt character and and the people are so used that care to forget the characters history total and so there's a lot of really compelling stories to tell you about someone who has a a dark past uh just more general stuff outside of the marvel universe us this film fountains have you caught up on a lashed out on we have you seen russian yeah i've seen it yeah who do you think we let we love ryan johnson as a filmmaker you i tell you when i when we heard he was going to make that film we we sent an email to disney things may think you can ask for better on my dog as a star wars fan i felt like a whole film gay community was like if this is the right call hope what it's interesting because they he's a brilliant filmmaker and the response has been really really fast i i've asked love the movie but it has been i guess nothing i mean you guys know this from marble universe these fans like it's it's a religion there is a bad cutting the words the it depends though on your age to i can i watched the movie with my 11yearold daughter who is a you know she's very into cereal i storytelling and not in novels primarily but she loves the she loved the bigger story and she was just thrilled throughout the movie just like connecting making connections to the larger universe there was universe and it just to sit next to her and see that sort of see her see that sense of discovery and excitement in her was proof was an amazing experience the faultline as is between new fans and all fans seems to be where it's leading up and you know when you're dealing with character like luke skywalker stoorikhel may be the most famous in and potentially popular character in and you ten a hillary holiday over thirty years with people capable sorry guys catch age things happen.

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"anthony russo" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"anthony russo" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"We are inspired by soderberg to make a film in a result a series of cinderella stories that were occurring appear in park city through sundance in the late eight zero early '90s steven included iraq rodriguez the mcmullan it was a series of filmmakers who had emerged out of park city with suddenly very large cruised ahead of them and so we made our film at within the hopes to follow that path and and luckily steven soderbergh walked into the screening of our movie and change the trajectory of our careers and we owe everything to him in that moment that he walked into the two our film it slammed dance so for us this is a karmic debt we owe to the universe is we have to pay it back and and now we're in a position uh uh to uh to start a fellowship and it's going to be annual and we're going to support a filmmaker in trail hold the door open for some one a annually via and um and and try to return the the favor to the uh two filmakers into the universe that the stephen gave deaths i mean i would imagine either you guys have obviously had so many exciting opportunities in the last twenty years and the way your careers of like involved like no one could have predicted i'm sure including the two of you on that being said i wonder like going back to the slammed experience and and getting to know stephen like there's anything compared to those like first kind of like brakes this first moments when like someone that you revere like a soderberg is willing to kind of validate you and say let me take you to the next level and teach you some some stuff but you know the for us who was even more heightened than you would think because that first movie that we made pieces was a very unusual movie.

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"anthony russo" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"anthony russo" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Condensed investible which you that's a probably heard of obviously started by robert redford and is notorious for watching the careers of quentin tarantino and soderberg rodriguez on there's another festival here that is also very acclaimed in his launched many great filmmakers including crisford knowns first film was it slammed ounce and yes joe and anthony russa's first film was that slammed ounce it's kind of like the the alternative film festival to sundowns um in the same space smaller venues the filmmakers are even more green and the films maybe or even a little bit more weird but it's it's a great festival in its own right and joan anthony rousseau came back this a slam dance to be recognised for their work they were given an award and they also wants to fellowship to fund future filmmakers and kind of a sponsor and mentor them um we talk about about their beginnings in in their film careers and why they feel like it's so important to pay forward and and mentor other young filmmakers and of course we also got a chance to kick out a little bit uh a fair amount i should say actually about a vendors infinity war and what we can expect in in that one and also the rumors floating around about what we're going to see in the fourth then gers film will time travel be involved who knows will captain marvell be there who knows i ask those questions stay tuned for their responses are these guys of saint somebody earlier today for guys that are directing the biggest films on the planet they really have great heads on their shoulders they're just they're they're film geeks but they're also disparate chill who'll guys and i had a blast talking to them this is an abbreviated podcast and are you guys are used to hearing me talk for about forty five minutes to an hour with our guests here i it in the middle of sundance and slammed dance it's just too frenetic and crazy so this is like a 20 25 minutes.

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