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"barbara broccoli" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"We finally have the next James Bond. We finally know who's going to replace Daniel Craig. And an even more amazing news, the actor is not gay, not black, and not a woman. They didn't check any boxes. What's going to happen to them? If you saw the movie bullet train and some of the movies, you know who the actor, Aaron Taylor, Johnson is. Oh my God, I made a mistake. I said he was not gay. He is gay. Wow. He's even, wow, I would never have picked that up. He's gay. Unbelievable. All right, look, they checked one box. If you saw bullet train, this guy has emerged as the FrontRunner to be the next 007. Hell of a good-looking guy. I didn't really know his work until I saw bullet train. The other night, and let me tell you, he took all of the screen in a way Brad Pitt even didn't do in that film. And that's a film that had Brad Pitt's name on the tippy top. This kid was also in The Avengers: Age of Ultron, but I'd rather die than see movies like that. He's been meeting with the Bond producer Barbara broccoli, even had a secret audition last year, and if you saw savages, which I found too hard to understand, he was in that too, but let me tell you why I think he's a shoo in to be 007. Word is he recently shot the franchises. Iconic gun barrel sequence. You know, after the big amazing stunt happens, the big case, that's pretty cool. Went for a screen test to be the next Bond in September, produces and Barbara broccoli loved him, if she loves him, hey, let me tell you, sorry Idris Elba, Tom Hardy, Henry Cavill, Richard Madden, and even Regé-Jean Page from Bridgerton, you're not gonna get the role. You're gonna get the key to upstage Brad Pitt in his own movie. He's getting it. And that's saying a lot. Speaking of Brad, there are pictures circulating of Brad walking on a beach with no shirt. It's criminal how ripped he is at 59 years old. Now look, he could be one of those actors who, you know, he's top of the heap right now. You want to say as young as you look for as long as you can and plenty of these actors are on a regiment of peptide steroids, HGH, they really are. It's a very commonly even older actors are taking it. Because, you know, you only got a few years at the top. If you're lucky, you get more, but if not, it comes and goes. And some of these older actors are here are doing it because they want to stay in contention for roles and not be aged out. And if you do it right, but the right doctors and shit. It's not going to kill you. So he's walking around a beach, ripped like crazy. And there are pictures of Brad also with his obvious girlfriend and as the ramone, on a romantic getaway in Cabo and for us, guys, in as was topless too. Sadly, for Angelina Jolie, they're also pictures of her seemingly on a date with a not terribly well-known actor at some London bistro. And to make matters even more boring, she brought along Shiloh. So you tell me who's having a ball living single. And as is a beautiful girl. But if I'm Brad Pitt, I think I stick with Emily Randy kowalski.
"barbara broccoli" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
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"barbara broccoli" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
"Let's talk about violence here at home. We have crime waves across America. We have the incident in San Francisco. But I'd like to have you react to what the current incumbent in The White House had to say outside independence hall just a month or two ago play cut. Donald Trump and the Republicans represented extremism that threatens the very foundations of our republic, but there's no question that the Republican Party today is dominated driven intimidated. By Donald Trump on the maga Republicans, and that is a threat to this country. Wouldn't he be better to say that language like that, calling 74 million Americans who voted for you fascists and a threat to this country isn't that what is a threat to America? Yeah, and many more millions than that, frankly. And yeah, the threat is the tone, the nastiness and somebody has to explain maga. He could use his mega and maga means make America great again. And it's not great now. It's not great now. It's a shame. We had, as you know, we had keg, keep America great. We couldn't even use it because of what happened to this country. When you look at what happened to our country and but it can happen again. And it can be great again. But our country right now is being left at all over the world. Even with Ukraine where we're putting up so much money and take a look at what Europe's putting up, a tiny fraction, and it has a bigger impact on them by far, but they're putting up a tiny fraction of what we're putting up. Everything we do is wrong, just they don't have a clue. And then the nastiness of that speech was such it was so atrocious. And the way they're using their criminal justice system. And the FBI, the FBI gave a $1 million in order to get Christopher Steele to lie about me.
"barbara broccoli" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"But I will promise myself and all the people who love me that I will take it and I will learn to protect myself in a much better way and say, oh, guess what? Not doing that. Yeah, right. Well, yeah. And so what could have been a second retirement? I guess that gave you buoyed you a little bit. Just quickly, you know, the obvious question is, why Quentin did you then not cast Michelle in kill Bill? And I've heard him say, because nobody would believe that Uma Thurman could kick Michelle's ass. So that was the absolute truth because the next time I saw him it was like Quentin. You tell me you are my biggest fan. So why was I not casting? Nobody's going to believe. Kick your ass. But it also is probably, I don't know if the chronology exactly would have conflicted, but what then did happen very soon after your accident and then re energizing about being in the movies is that you get a call, I believe, from Barbara broccoli, and Michael Wilson, who oversee the Bond films. And are also, I guess, big admirers of Hong Kong cinema and thought, you know what? It's about time we feature this in some way in the Bond movies, which brings us to the part of weyland in Rogers flattest Woods. Tomorrow never dies, which I will also note was written by Bruce feirstein, who we have here. Who is the husband of Chapman's own Madeleine Juarez.
"barbara broccoli" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Do you ever think about an alternative universe where you became a dancer? Do I think? You know what? I don't, because, you know, I found another door and I'm in this universe where I am enjoying so much new things that I never actually I never when I was a child. We used to go to the cinemas all the time. And if you had asked that kid, would you want to be up there on the big screen and be an actress? I would have told you no. I never dreamt of myself up there. But when I was given the opportunity, I just embraced it. And when, you know, why not? I think this could be something fun to try. And with not with a lot of training as an actor, I was thrown literally I was thrown in the deep end. And I learned to swim. I'm thinking about your physicality and I actually read somewhere that your early films didn't even have scripts. So no dialog at all. Yes, this was the old days in Hong Kong and the 80s. They made movies so quickly. They had a very simple formula if it was an action movie, a comedy and they churned them out in like weeks. I mean, we would be filming on Monday, the movie would be out by Friday. Midnight. And that was how they worked. They worked fast. And the other good thing was nobody really knew my voice. At the beginning of my career, because they had someone dub it. Because you know, we didn't record, we didn't have single sound at that time. So to make it to be able to be so quick, it's like sometimes we would go on the scene and go one, two, three, four, 5, 6, 7. 8, 9, ten. You know, and look in different directions. This is terrible. I shouldn't be telling telling all these stories. But at that time, that was that was the craziness of the glory days in the old style of Hong Kong filmmaking. But there were the exceptions. I mean, there were amazing scripts that were still being shot. Then we had some of ours where we had no scripts. You know, it was just the writer or director writing it as we were filming. Well, it sounds like things were moving so fast. But it was the same for the action sequences. We don't have rehearsal time. So we would get all dressed up, we would go to the set. And our son coordinators and stunt guys would be choreographing it because they arrived that day and they choreograph what they are given with, they look at the set and they will decide what will happen on the spot. And then we will learn it and shoot it. So, you know, that was never any rehearsals. And I remember the first time when I was doing tomorrow never dies in 1997, I love her to death, Barbara broccoli, and Michael Wilson, my producers. Said, well, you know, we would love to see how you know the Hong Kong style of martial arts in the bomb movie..
"barbara broccoli" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Had a big effect on my career and another movie called the mother, which was. A little teamed up teamed up with Mary teamed up. And Mary was a big friend of Barbara's Barbara broccoli. And I didn't know that that connection existed. Well, in fact, the way that that was discovered, I guess the first time you met Barbara broccoli was that Mary's wake, right? Yeah, the funeral. No, no, no, we were carrying Mary's coffin. That's where me and 5 other people. We're carrying her coffee and it was quite a but that's why I met Barbara. She was sort of this mythical mythical person who I had no idea what she looked like who she was, I knew she existed. She just went and all she did she just looked at me and she just went, hello, Daniel, I went and I knew it was her and I went hello Barbara and that was it. So we said to each other. And I guess fairly soon after that you did meet with her for the first time, even if it wasn't clear what it was for. She just said to me come and have a cup of tea. I mean, it looks like a light in there. I mean, I went, of course I went. Why wouldn't I go, but I was. It was the last thing I thought. I thought maybe there's a bad guy to play. Maybe there's something I thought, you know, they must maybe even if they are looking to recast Bond, their casting a very, very wide net, and it's like, you know, they want to just want to meet people. So there was no, for me, it was just like, it was the word anthropological. I mean, it was just like, oh, I'll just have this experience and meet the bong people and see what that's like but they're not going to nothing's going to happen. Maybe I'll get a maybe I'll get a small partner Bond movie. All right. Well and that would have been about 2004 I see because that's when Mary passed away. So interestingly, I hope we can just talk about if I mention a few of the other important pre Bond chapter credits of yours. Just. 20 seconds of thoughts on a few of these because..
"barbara broccoli" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Funeral services were held for archbishop emeritus Desmond Tutu The Nobel Peace Prize winning activist died last Sunday at age 90 He was eulogized by South African president Cerro ramaphosa As reporter Kate Bartlett reports President Cyril ramaphosa has just given an emotional eulogy to archbishop Desmond Tutu saying that South Africa is much better for his contributions and South Africa's democracy much stronger The tanks to the archbishop who acted he said as Amaro compass and unconscious of the nation Kate Bartlett reporting this is NPR news Rendering his role as the most famous secret agent in history OO 7 icon actor Daniel Craig materialized at the opening ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games appearing to whisk Queen Elizabeth away to the games aboard a helicopter Now the James Bond actor has been recognized in the queen's new year's honors list of knighthoods Vicky Barker reports from London not just a knighthood for Daniel Craig unusually the actor who recently bowed out after 5 appearances as dashing British spy James Bond gets a CMG usually only awarded to senior diplomats and spies and limited at any one time to 65 living recipients Barbara broccoli the film's American born longtime producer has been made a dame and 19 year old tennis player Emma wrote a Kano has been awarded an MBE just short of a night or dame hood recognized for winning the U.S. open in September For NPR news I'm Vicki Parker in London Concerns about aviation safety have led transportation secretary Pete Buttigieg and the head of the federal aviation administration to ask AT&T and Verizon to delay their introduction of a new 5G wireless service The request is for delay of no more than two weeks to achieve the goal of what was called smooth coexistence of 5G deployment.
"barbara broccoli" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"Dialectic is necessary to drama on the hill. I know what you were typing about yesterday. I want to go back to it. James Bond. And I was a plotting every tweet. Would you state your case for Bond is Bond? Sure. This comes from a stray comment by Barbara broccoli, who now controls the Bond franchise. She was doing an interview on a podcast. And it's entirely possible that this answer should not be taken to mean much of anything. They asked if the next actor who could playing James Bond said James one will remain a man that will not change to Jane Bond or something like that. But they ask, could the next James Bond be non binary? And the person said, yeah, the Barbara broccoli said, yes, they could be. Any of these possible. And there's some people who said, look, this is just kind of the sure, sure, whatever type answer, or maybe this is generally a direction they want to go in. And I've been listening, one of the people I've been enjoying on YouTube is this extremely profane. So your listeners, if they go looking for them, you've been warned. Scottish movie critic named the critical drinker who kind of does this persona of this wild crazy hard drinking maniac. But he's actually a really good and does great analysis of character and plot and all that stuff. And he's right of center or at least he's very frustrated with woke ism and the message the characterize it in Hollywood. But what he really got into and you see this big franchise after big franchise, Star Wars Star Trek the terminator, how well established characters generally who are played by actors who are now getting up there in their 50s, 60s and 70s. Mark Hamill, Linda Hamilton, Harrison Ford, they're playing characters who are now well past their prime. But when these characters come back, these beloved characters that we grew up with and we pretended to be in our backyards and dressed up for Halloween and all kind of stuff. But generally they come back as sad and bitter and that they've actually been defeated. And when we last saw them, they were great triumphs. The movie credits roll, they come back two decades later and the answer is actually no Luke Skywalker is now a bitter old man. You could not see the galaxy. Now, he's now drinking green milk from some space alien breast, really hard. John Luke Picard is sitting on his vineyard in France as a bitter old man seen as passes. And it's kind of this said messaging which is basically it's not just like characters are aging. I think Logan, the last Wolverine movie did this great kind of serious tackling of aging and the inevitability of mortality all kinds of stuff like that. This is very much we're tearing down these old characters to build up these new characters. And oh, by the way, these old characters, they were patriarchal, they were. They were neo colonial, all this kind of stuff. And it's this really frustrating repeated action over and over again. I know what you've done. I've got to go watch the man who would be king on the plane today. So I can get Michael Caine and Sean and Connery in their prime. Marching over the bridge when they've been to well, I won't give up. Have you watched the gym? I might have been on basic cable years ago. So. The man who would be king. That's whatever you just said, heteronormative patriarchal and grand. Thank you, my friend. Guarantee the indispensable. You can find him at NRO, you ought to get the morning joke. You can sign up for it at national review..
"barbara broccoli" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"French legal history. So it's not a documentary either. It's supposed to be entertaining. Exactly. So all right, speaking of entertaining, Daniel Craig has finally wrapped up his 5 film, I believe run as James Bond. I have to say that my own particular perspective is Daniel Craig is now my favorite James Bond. I found I found the Daniel Craig era films to be sort of more Gritty, more realistic, more tied to reality than especially some of the later entries of James Bond. I think Roger Moore is the net ear of James Bond. I think of Daniel Craig now as sort of the quintessential realistic James Bond. How is No Time to Die and do you agree with my assessment on Daniel Greg? Yes. I am a relatively big fan of these movies. I'm not a huge James Bond guy. I am not a James Bond obsessive. I'm not one of these people who you know has watched Dr. No 17 times and can tell you, I can recite all the lines of every one of the movies. My first Bond growing up was really Pierce Brosnan. So I don't have like a super strong attachment to the series. I do like the Daniel Craig James Bond a lot. I have seen them described as the dark knights version of the James Bond movies, which say a little more self serious, a little darker, a little grittier, right? And you can even see the structure of this series in those in those movies. Casino Royale is basically Batman Begins Skyfall is basically dark night and then this movie, I think you could very easily describe it as a Dark Knight Rises style film. And I would say that Daniel Craig is probably my favorite of James Bond at this point. I mean, I think it's him. And Connery has kind of created the two most iconic conversions of this character. I think it is fair to say. Again, I don't have super strong feelings about which is best just because this is not it's not my favorite series in the whole world, but there's something to be said for a series of films that's been going on for 60 years now. And I thought, I thought no time to No Time to Die was a very good way to wrap up the current cycle of the current conversion of these cells. We've got about 30 seconds left, Sonny. What do you think happens next with James Bond? Does it become Jane Bond or what's the next evolution for James Bond? About 30 seconds on this. Yes. So Barbara broccoli, who is the producer and the head of eon, which is the production company that makes the James Bond movies. Has said in interviews, repeatedly, James Bond is a male character, James Bond will be a man. They're not going to make a Jane Bond. In this film, there is a female double-o-seven, but 007 is a distinction. Given by MI 6, it's not it's not the character of James Bond. So I think they'll probably have a male James Bond. I don't think they're going with Jane bun anytime soon. All right, Sonny bunch from the bulwark. Thank you so much..
"barbara broccoli" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM
"Page Stop to think about it What would happen if he did You might call him the bookend Bond the first whose movies comprise a continuous narrative showing us the beginning middle and end of OO seven's career That sort of legacy is something that Barbara broccoli and Michael G Wilson understand Though the daughter and stepson of Albert cubby broccoli who started the Bond series with his partner Harry saltman together they've produced the last 9 Bond movies It was their decision to replace prior Bond Pierce Brosnan with Daniel Craig And with their new star came a new tone Here's Barbara broccoli The films have always sort of reflected the times after Pierce Brosnan I mean we had 9 11 And we felt we had gone too far You know into the realm of believability So coming back and having the gift of Casino Royale to use to reboot the franchise and we started with such a gift I mean it was it was a perfect opportunity When I understand double those have a very short life expectancy That was Craig in 2006s Casino Royale and updated but still faithful adaptation of the first Bond novel It gave us a more brutal and more vulnerable bond than we'd seen in movies before and it restarted the story from scratch making Bond a green whose mistakes have consequences Pierce Michael Wilson James Bond is now a superhero He said human being That's one of the things that Daniel wanted to emphasize when he took on the role He always wanted a man who would bleed and be hurt and suffer physically as well as mentally And that's why you know I'm Casino Royale They torture seamless So effective It's the simplest thing to cause more pain than a man who can possibly enjoy He's a real person And that's what makes him heroic in our opinion more heroic than say a superhero The next film quantum of solace picked up the story right where Casino Royale left off making it the first real sequel in a franchise where one and done adventures had been the norm Here again Barbara broccoli This character was going to be evolving it that we wanted to track the evolution The emotional evolution of the character became very important to us Emotional evolution Bond was rarely seen to mature before or even to age It didn't matter whether he was being played by svelte 29 year old one off Bond George lazenby This never happened to the other fellow Or a visibly creaky 57 year old Roger Moore He was ageless The Craig era put an end to that too The world's new Don commander In the new movie bond is a retiree Of course it wouldn't be much of an adventure if another dire threat didn't call him back into service You get in my way I walk at a billet in your knee The one that works What separates a story from a legend Stories end James Bond so long a legend is a story now He has a timeline I'll.
"barbara broccoli" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"This week sees the highly anticipated. Release the new. James bond movie no time to die which has been pushed back by over year g to the pandemic. This is the twenty fifth bond film and marks the final appearance of daniel craig. As 007 on this week's monaco culture fernando augusta per checkers spoke to the film's director. Cary joji economica. How did you bring kind of james bone to a two thousand. Twenty one audience audiences. Well was the kind of any updates perhaps into character or you didn't want to change it too much. I think it was definitely impossible. To ignore the metoo element that we'd been living with when we wrote the screenplay there's no way to not sort of address the fact that the world is changing the office places. Changing the dynamics everywhere are changing minutes. You know about time so that is definitely a part of the story but like we also were where you just can't be reactionary. You can't act like you know a corporation by put a stamp on something acting like you're doing something that has to be sort of like tangible within the context of story is to make sense and feel like it's real and taken seriously and i think part of that. Barbara broccoli is one of the most or the most successful female producer and from the nineties. When dench was brought into play 'em there was a chain already taking place with the character where she calls out the misogyny in that film so daniels run as bond as as continue that legacy of evolution. I think bringing on female. Double os and and really fleshing out the female characters throughout the series berlin. I think was great. Flush dot character and the first film has been the franchise response to the changing world. And and it was going to ask you know. What's the most exciting part of their actionable. Move because you're mentioning. Of course the more important to female characters. But i believe even daniel craig portrayed more emotion as so. I think it's not only about the big exciting action scenes. Well there's quite a lot of kind of emotionally daf to the character as well but what was the most exciting parts of directing such a large budget film like no time today. It was hard to kind of stop and take stock of the moment. I think we're definitely in it for most of the the run of production because it was just time was there was never any time And as the title says. And but i think some of the more exciting moments when you you got a second sort of pinch yourself and realize you know what you're doing whether it was when night the fancy cars came up for you know watching daniel as bond do something that felt so quintessentially bond in those moments. You're able to kind of appreciate it. But then obviously all the weight of the things that were left to be done would come crashing back in. And then you're you're backing and kerry was was bone something that you always wanted to do or was it a bit of surprise when you were kind of invited to their act and no time today die. I wonder what was your reaction as well Well i had actually sought out barbara for drink shortly. After spector came out and at that time daniel saying that was his last bond so in my mind they're pregnant looking for somebody else in the re start so i just sort of raise my hand and said you know who when you get to that point. I'd like to be considered. And then i sort of forgot about. I went on to do another series and that became all engrossing and finish that series and was about to promote it is when i read that danny boyle was dropping out so again i emailed barbara and said What's going on here. Can i still be you considered for this role and that led to a meeting at. Barbara's house in new york with michael and daniel and then nut than more meetings and more meetings than and suddenly i was doing the job it was It was kind of a blur actually happens quickly. Well knowing a little bit of your work. i'm. I'm very excited to see what you bring to no time today. And let's be honest here. I mean some directors directing more than one bone movie. I mean who knows. I mean if you're invited for other one which would you say yes. I'd have to consider it. You know. I mean i. I've never really done the same thing twice. So it's not so much for lack of passion or desire to to to shepherd the character forty even further but it's more just with limited time left that i have to make movies and television programs. I have to be careful about what i choose. Because there's there is only so much time. I one thing that i would like to ask. Because of course it's saw the documentary james bond. How emotionally was tell us about the environment in the sad about that. Because of course then you craig time. It was really emotional. It was it was it. was that last day. Shooting was definitely more motion than i anticipated. not someone that usually gets teary eyed onset and The way you could feel almost the way when you go to movies and you you can feel the room you know in a movie if people are happy people crying. It's a. it's a contagious emotion and onset. It's very much. It was very much the feeling that day you could feel. I remember getting out of the car and walking towards our cuba streets. Which is where we're doing our last day of shooting and just a feeling the weight of it and then as the day went on. Then we're getting closer and closer to that final take watching the crew members around me just breaking into tears and Especially those around daniel and then when we finally did our last take with was daniel walking by the camera walking from camera with his back to us and we did a take maybe did a second tag considering a third take him. That's pretty basic thing. There was nothing unusual to do differently. But i just couldn't bring myself to say cut and say that's it and then there were. We cut was waiting outside the doors for him to come back from the shot. And i think he was even surprised and they were all surprised about what it meant. And his words you know at the end there were really Very touching and that was cary joji fukunaga. Who's director of no time to die. Speaking to fernando augusta pacheco and you can hear the full interview ahead of the film's release on thursday on a brand new episode of monaco on culture. And that's i am out of bond lines for you. This is the globalist on monocle. Twenty four.
"barbara broccoli" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Sense. How about you nine. Seven three five three thirteen. Then drop me and done thirteen ten. Kfi text line new number. Triple eight two five. Three zero zero zero forty three now. Craig i mean just to be. Fair is not the only person. Involved in the blockbusters who believes that new roles should be made for women rather than replacing. James bond with a female james bond. I don't know call me a purist. But can't we just leave well enough alone and as he says creates a an empowered character better character. Now you've got barbara broccoli. She agrees this. The film producer known for work on james bond film series. She told variety back in two thousand twenty. That james bond can be of any color but he is male. She told variety she'd rather create grand new characters with women in mind. I believe we should be creating new characters for wimmer women strong female characters on not particularly interested. She said in taking a male character and having a woman play it. I'm surprised she hasn't been summarily canceled. I think women are far more interesting than that now. The next james bond film scheduled to premiere in theaters. October eighth starring luciana lynch. Who portrays and am i. Six agent to yes gives bond a run for his money lynch. Who plays the first female agent 007 has faced questions about whether she indeed will become the next james bond in an interview lynch told the guardian that with bond it could be a man or a woman going on to say they could be white black asian mixed race. That could be young or old at the end of the day. Even if a two year old was playing bond everyone would flock to the cinema to see what this two year olds going to do. No she added no knock on rare. I don't think so. But she's entitled to her opinion she went on to say. We're in a place and time where the industry is not just giving audiences what it thinks the audience wants. They're actually giving the audience what they want to give the audience. I'll let you riddled through that now. Curious particularly when it comes to james bond and count me among them refer.
"barbara broccoli" Discussed on The Ham Radio Show
"Be the question. Another question is why do we keep making all these fucking male characters in movies making them female now daniel craig e. k. 007 la who's runners james von ends with the upcoming no time to die says. He doesn't think that women should play the super spy in the future. Movies are right because a lot of stories and cancelled. How dare you not empower women. You're an asshole. Whether the so many women movies out like women superhero next in a star. They beautiful guy about. But here's the thing. Why can't you the same thing when we were talking about. What the fox's name the good-looking black dude with the english accent. That was just because he's even aegis album. Didn't want to be james bond. He wanted to be like another super spy. Why not have james bond who supposedly is the greatest things in sliced bread. He gets caught and the only one to fucking help him as double o. Sixty nine and that's the black guy and the black is a better spy than him. Why not create a better character. And then they have a vehicle for them instead of just going and it was just making black oh vagina. Why channel that in the double o seven thing. If you get a spa old number they can give everybody a baseball. You know this is a lot of times. They give the number to another plan. But that's the argument that people are saying against daniel. Craig is daniel. Craig said in an interview radio times magazine. The actor was asked if he would support a more diverse appointment as his replacement replacement such as a woman or a person of color crisis. The answer to that is very simple. The should simply be the parts for women and actors of color. Why should a woman play. James bond when there should be just a part as good as james bond but a woman the same way when you watch the james bond movie and halle berry was different character named jinx and she was the equivalent the american equivalent. Yeah to james bond. I y you fucking do. Why can't you know that. I understand that hollywood is lazy. Let's get crispell fleming. Wrote the part of the character of grishman's otherwise. Don't make them james bond. Make him charlie block in charleston. I'm black shortly worst name. Everybody is right you know. The name doesn't make cool the characters. You got the same cars. But he's a different guy. Now the bond executive producer barbara broccoli. And yes. that's her real name. Barbara rural setting said the same thing in two thousand eighteen when she said bond is male. He's a male character. He was written as a male. And i think he probably should stay as a male. And that's fine. It's okay we don't have to turn male characters in the women let's just create more female characters culture that they have a but they know he has an fucking has a smooth potato chip data. But that's my point is the problem. Why can't somebody wants toy story once. Why why can't we just have new characters. I interested in. Hollywood is lazy and doesn't want to create new characters just slap on the james bond name because it works that has a built in audience. And they'll tell you know people run with it but if you create something new they may not like it. Why not do it all. And that's what they afraid. But why not but. Here's the thing. Why not if you have the building we want. Here's my question versus have the built in audience. why not just piggyback off. That building audience in create your character and wonder stories because the british thing relates like m. i five and all that so you have like bond comes from. What am i sick. Yeah so secret service. Shift the woman. Foxworthy named joe didn't say the female comes out of five. He didn't say they work together on salt. And then i can piggyback your way out of everything you could be anything but he knew that the why why and also goes back to my whole thing saying well. You can't do that. Because then the dampers dampens the double o seven franchise. Then why can't you have a double o seven because there's multiple right. He's not the only double o seven if i'm correct in that assessment more. No it's a whole branch of the The offices like double. Oh seven is a term for like say with specific a specific spy doubles evidence james bond. If he dies maybe to give the number to somebody else. I don't know but all his life james bond is double awesome right so there is no there are other numbers is this double o created another character up little seven was a fucking department part of department below six seven way is that what is supposed to be by six. Which is what billy you said. If joe paid attention to the show mcgregor building we'll take agreement was wrong here. Houston we have a problem. Though is his james bond. No matter who it is james bond. It's always his name. Will always be james bond assume 007 your james bond. Let's go to the final fucking story. Please all right off button topics so needy goddamn it anyway so now he just said fucking me all and did we just said me i thought be fucked with the franchising anyway. Final story yes. Thank you final story. And i think this is a big one to me because actually it's two big ones elvira is actually gained. How wonderful is this. I want to see if we can get her on. Cassandra bleeders in. She has a new book. That just came out. Jam trying to sell their goes that booking judges said i wanna see her in a porno who Cassandra peterson best known as the character. Enviro mistress of the dark revealed in her just brand new memoir of nine thousand nine year relationship with a woman the seventy year old scream queens says that she met teresa t. We're season at a hollywood gold's gym thinking at the same time. She was the hottest babe boy she had ever seen. Now through this chick looks like a dude or you mean like. I don't know if you ever saw via without the makeup. 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"barbara broccoli" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast
"Seems that kind of guy. That jeff cain is yeah and i think that was probably the type you needed brought in on goldeneye. At that point james bond was kind of weird places a franchise coming off of licensed to kill and he would come in. I think is a very strong voice for the character just the passion with which he talks about who should be what the movie should present. It's very clear that he was someone who really was able to stand. By what makes the franchise work and new implicitly. How to make you know pleasing to audiences again. He had a vision that he believed in and he saw sir. And that's credit to any creative person out day. He wasn't really changed by anyone else. His vision is mostly on the screens for things that he couldn't control. But i want to break down a couple of the things that he spoke about really. Yeah i mean one of my favorite moments is just a concept of hasbro's Stepping out fees meeting with barbara broccoli to To psych himself. back up to go back in You don't think about this person in that sort of a human being. He's got to me so it's nice if he has these foibles. Yeah that was a really nice moment. And i liked it. You know so often when we look at hollywood films. There's a coldness to it. We all kind of look at it from the outside is like this very kind of aloof world. That will never understand. Whereas i liked that eon has always tried to present sort of a family vibe and you get that here in the interview that they be corky but they are kind of a more relaxed welcoming environment writer. Goldeneye drove barbara broccoli across town to go to a a goldeneye costing with an excellent barbara abruptly impression from jeff cain as well if i do say so myself i would love to watch that one man show. I think that would be the amount people that were turner and it would be. But then like diving into goldeneye i think my favorite thing from williamsburg about. I'm sure you'll have some things to mention too. Is that alternate scene. Yeah i just. I'm blown away by an bond. Almost was too in. the scene. nudge nudge wink. Wink when we had nicholas meyer on. He gave us his pitch for elliot carver. What he saw. Elliot carver to be in his initial concept. And you and i were sitting tender hooks through that story like he had us and that was the same case here. Just him describing. That scene were introduced as kofsky. Why why did we not get that and also in the back of my head thinking they should do this further down the road like can they somehow reused this concept further down the road. That would be incredible. Well i mean if we're talking of rights and logistics issue. I'm sure it's just a matter of paying. Jeff a some but i imagine they own his script already. He's been paid for us like happens in hollywood lot. We've let from talking to scream right. So far like their ideas. Just go into the ether. Get for other projects Thinking back to mcpherson when we expect by the avengers and he says things it was in that script ended up in things like the matrix yen. Batman and robin as well. Yeah i mean yon owns those script Versions of goldeneye so they could completely recycle them further down the road. So i would love to see that sequence used because i think it would be really effective and we've never seen it. We've never seen that happen. It's kinda crazy actually that we've had this many bond films and there's never been any sort of russian roulette Seen brought up at all well at the time of this episode coming out about two weeks until no time to die comes out. So maybe that's sitting in the film somewhere. We just i know about it. That's possible yeah so The other thing. I found quite interesting is that he was against the whole damn opening. Well i don't know so much against but it just wasn't his initial concept and because he did site that as a moment he really enjoyed seeing on the big screen so he obviously was impressed with it. But i'm sure the time you'd be a little protective of your work and you'd be like hey like this wasn't what i envisioned just said that the stunts should be built around the story whereas you should be hanging your hat on the stumps and the film. Then you know. He didn't ripe the opening like that. I mean there was a scene filmed before where he infiltrates the base and he knocks and guys out there. And that's where i can see bond. And then he jumps up the dan but that was cut from the film. Yeah i personally. I think the dam openings fantastic is a very impactful way of meeting new bomb. But i'm also not scream right so i can't disagree with his take on I mean it's such an iconic opening. I think at this point it's definitely being brought up to the level of things like the parachute at the start of the spy. Who loved me when you look at those all time. Great bond openings. It's hard to argue against. You know martin campbell fighting for the bungee jump. Yeah the other thing from golden is well was the change in the queue scene but the poll is in the london line. I i did laugh on that. But i think he's actually right could have done with. Maybe a beat of touch that. That's my lunch. Will like comedies. All about timing right. And i've always kind of felt the timing was a little off. They're just with the edit. So i think more could could have been done there I just think it's really interesting. Just to hear his take on the whole process of the fact he really didn't have much communication with martin. Campbell at all or that martin campbell had really no input on story it you know. He has a lot of say negative things about writer directors to say like he feels about each person should have their own department. And it's a way of looking it. The way that bond films are made that feels a little in the past now like at the time one hundred percent. This is the way bond movies were made in. That format worked for them for decades. But you're seeing now as we edge towards these later ones in the craig era that they're hiring more of these directors which With much more stronger sense of story than they ever used to well. I would be remiss if we didn't note some of these writer directors that he failed to mention because he listed a couple. But this pretty big ones. I've quite successful. I also have my head quentin tarantino. David lynch kamyab some christopher nolan. Who will see. He could wind up making a bond film one day. We never really know. I would guess if he makes when he'll be writing it as well. Yeah i i understand from like a walk perspective if your croft is making sandwiches and someone turns up that could make sandwiches and also works to counter at the same time in the sound would show. You'll be like hey screw on bedroom making sandwiches in utah. Yes that's right but also it saves money. So i can understand from a business point of view having someone. That's more of a swiss army knife. I get that appeal What is also just a all way of looking at films if you go back to the hollywood golden age pretty rare your director who writes their own films. I mean he names. Billy wilder.
"barbara broccoli" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast
"Another spy master interview. We hope you enjoyed fundable a couple of days ago but we thought we're gonna go back to our first ever episode. I bond film goldeneye and we found a hell of a guest. Talk to we or you. Because i have to give you all the props for this one. What a great fine. I take credit for every single on of august far. But i just kinda went to let you have a little bit of the glory that can but if anyone's counting i think this is interview number eleven and it's eleven neil currently. Yeah i mean. I have to say there's a reason i haven't earned my agent status. This is why you keep provoking them. Indeed that is my thing. It's right there at my namesake absolutely but let's get to joining us. Today is the a writer of goldeneye. Jeffrey cain now cow. I know the history of the story of goldeneye in terms of the rice is bit muddled. Can you explain. Jeff canes part in that process right so. The film has a story credit by michael france so he was the one that came up with the original concept of what gold i would be but jeffrey cain was brought in to flesh the film out he's the one that wrote the first full screenplay that was used and He was also a at a certain point replaced by bruce firestone who came in and did a revised version of the script. He talks more about that in the interview. But that was basically the breakdown. Because if you look at the writing credits for goal neither three credited writers. I thought it best is all clear. This exactly what he contributed. But i think overall he is the main contributor to the fill he definitely feels like yeah the main architect of the film and that he had the idea that was he was given to flesh showed and his screenplay is basically the building blocks of what. The movie is from that point forward. Yeah aside from goldeneye jeff. Canes also is known for an oscar for the constant gardener that he right he'll serve wrote accidents gods of kings and inside. I'm dancing so mixed films. Yeah and we talk about each of those films in the interview. And he's a really interesting guy with. I think some genuinely candidate insights into his work absolutely. But let's let's get to give the people what they want cam. Roll that clip and joining us. Now it is. None other than jeffrey cain. Jeffrey thank you for joining us today. You woke so what we have guests on the show of the one of the things we won't talk about state is golden. I'd want to paint a picture for our listeners. About your career as we go along so office question is always. How did you get into screenwriting screenwriting going to this particular film writing as a whole did some stuff a television and A british don't production company at the time who was interested in me and they hired me to write a couple of movies so them neither of which unfortunately was produced but they liked the results the woods spread and eventually barbara broccoli. Came to me for A movie she wanted to make about the navajos Navajo code chris and friends and she liked what i did and then when she ran into difficulties goal she called me and said. Can you fix this. It was like that okay. So you know when you get that call for goldeneye. I know that the story credit is to michael france. What was the case now. I know that bruce firestone also worked on the film. where do you fall in the process. Michael franz had written a screen playful them in original. This was the first own movie. Wasn't based on ian fleming Come up with an interesting idea but considering the political situation of the soviet union collapsed. And where do you take james bond. So came up with the notion of The bond enemy being another agent he also crew contributed the ideal all the bad guy Who was using an mp to kane financial group role of london and basically that was that was in. That was there was also some stuff setting russia. That didn't make it but it didn't have Any of the usual owned ingredients in it. It didn't appear to be tailored for the bond market and barbara and her brother half brother. Michael wilson who will co-producing felt. It needed strongly to be strongly rewritten usual process in film people rewrite all the script but this one she felt needed a little work and i gave it a lot. my changed almost everything except the basic premise with the result. That michael michael franz was unhappy and the credit that Done i don't know how this looks. But producers and studios put forward was quoted tentative russia credit. And if the right is a happy that that represents what they want to see on the screen they let it go. And if you're not happy they contested an ulcer and albatross knows a protest my michael frost and felt that he deserved a screenwriting credit and he protested and there was an arbitration and the result of that arbitration was that i would get writing credit. I'm michael received story credit which he deserved. Because the basis of that story with his hell i income on i did a draft Screenplay which very substantially altered michael francis screenplay and Barbara cold me. One day. After i delivered the my screenplay and said of good news and bad news i said jokingly oh the good news. Is you love screenplay. The bad news is on fired. She said yeah in one post. They didn't follow me. They just Bruce fair stayed on to do some extra work. I don't know why i could. I could have done it if they told me what we need to do. A but that's the way it goes on. I got a wounded. I position credit which means the guy in first possession usually is the one who did the most would and he's usually the rhetoric project and they gave bruiser seen second credit and michael from scott story credit. Right now i mean. We've got a little picture of there. How you got involved with goldeneye. But one thing i went through just to take a little bit is what's your connection with bond where you a fan growing up watching the films. Did you know more than than People you know rushing to a fanatic always enjoyed washing bond movies and i have my own favorites too. I felt and this has nothing to why barbara hired may because they didn't tell us until after she hired me. I felt that it had gone off the rails with Well we all know that The guy who played bond in nicest secret service wasn't out of control. And but i also felt that the roy moore bombs. The movies was silly but we become comic books. You bombs teacher fighting on the edge of a cliff with a giant with steel teeth and winning and rotimi moore.
"barbara broccoli" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool
"But it either rather have a buffalo dope in his ear still entertaining I'm shocked she's been doing for twenty years. i saw. He put up a youtube with people youtube video. Where like he Brought back his one of his friends that he used to borrow sega game and he played the sega games with him in. The kit used those games for his reviews before this video. That's top gun. maverick. Yeah starring angry at video elated. Ton is time to die. No time to die. No longer as of now comes october eighth and got a final trail. You'd better funk about now because it said final trailing hope it never releases. I hope it gets buried and they'd be never get to watch it at this point because we've been waiting to watch this mood for like three years. I just don't care anymore. Daniel craig's just. He got his worse. Wish just being trapped as james bond forever blueprint now continuously having to do promo for this every year and then the movie getting pushed back. Actually i don't how much promo has he done for. I don't i don't recall him in any talk. Shows during that era interviews Serves anything like that either. That's interesting. I don't know i don't i don't think this circuit style. I actually don't think they've done any promo for. But i am one of my favorite mental images. I think of daniel. Craig is very harrison. Forty and they just like one eight hundred ask in or wanting to be asked questions about james bond and he wants to finish this up so he could record as next project where he's playing. Bob costas pinkai it movies. Also hundred and sixty three minutes grinch. That's crazy sky falls party pretty long right I'm guessing sky for one hundred and forty minutes now. I don't know. I think again at this point. I feel like we've been waiting for this for so long that personally. I just i want to get it over with. It's almost like hit new mutants territory. Where like obviously. There's a very different sort of delay. But like it's in that realm of for me. Where i'm like i just at this point. I just want to see it. And i'm not particularly excited to do so at least compared to before. I'm still excited to see it. I can't. I can't wait to see romney molly. He does character watching what. I can't ever let us talk james bond without mentioning the name barbara broccoli. Just an awesome name. Yeah barbara barbara broccoli and trailer do anything though for like you're just like i just got to see the movie right like that's saying yeah. I mean no point. There's i mean yeah there's no amount of just it's another reminder. That is still hasn't come out yet because before this trailer you could have convinced me. This movie came out night. Seeing it Do i remember the we. I saw like a behind the scenes clip day. Dropped for daniel craig walking around with a spear gun or something like that i go dance can be pretty sweet and then like they had the i look with him. The suit damn. We're pretty excited. I was like two years ago over. That you'll be awesome is lake ray. Fines is im- in this movie. But like what if you got like you sat down theaters and it was it was dame judi dench and no explanation for wire character is returning to roo. Yeah that'd be the abbot. If it was instead of that it was just timothy. Dalton was now james bond again. He's alive. I see you back your head checking to see if i actually did not know you're exactly right and that like i was.
"barbara broccoli" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast
"Never dies onwards and one element that had been kicking around for quite a while was bond being captured tortured so that may bras and very happy. It gave him an angle on the character and wind up being used. So around this point they brought in lee tamahori who was a new zealand-born director. He made a movie called once. Were warriors about mary culture. That barbara broccoli was a huge fan of he'd also done the edge with anthony hopkins and along came spider with morgan freeman. They also looked at a few other directors They looked at stephen hopkins. Who did lost in space. Stuart baird who did us marshals and would go on to star trek nemesis this same year and they also looked at brett ratner so Thankfully that one didn't come to pass because that would have aged really badly. We just accidentally outed my second film. Oh really what was it. Then you gotta give it away now. Well yeah star trek nemesis same year. Oh yeah yeah drag drag my entire family to go see it and I never hear the end of that. One okay well. I was fearing. You're going to say two thousand. Two brett ratner films so i think this is a step up. So basically tamahori came in. He read the script and said he was hooked from the opening surfing scene. He had visions of what he wants to do. With this surfing scene and that was like a big hook he also really loved the fire and ice theme of the story and visually thought he could have a lot of fun with that now. Brosnan has an interesting quote. That's in the james bond archives where he talks about tamahori and this had to be given before they shot the movie. Because brosnan says it's a reality based character peace and he's hungry for it. Would you call this movie. A reality based character piece guys..
Actor Sean Connery, the 'original' James Bond, dies at 90
"The Scottish actor who is the original James Bond has died at the age of ninety one James it's among the most famous character introductions in movie history Sean Connery identifying himself as the sexy and charismatic secret agent his son Jason says his dad has been unwell for some time and died peacefully in his sleep overnight in the Bahamas where you lived Scottish first minister Nicola sturgeon says quote our nation today mourns one of her best love sons martinis shaken not stuff bond producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara broccoli C. it was Connery's portrayal of bond that was largely responsible for the success of the series after he stopped making bond movies Connery played a wide range of characters proving equally adept at comedy adventure and drama I'm my campus
James Bond: Barbara Broccoli says character 'will remain male'
"The next James Bond the one who replaces Daniel Craig will will be up any color but can only be a male. This is according to one of the producers of the Franchise Barbara Broccoli. She says that look. I believe we should be creating new characters for women strong female characters. I'm not particularly interested in taking taking a male character. Though and having a woman play I think women are far more interesting than because there's no Jane Bond Jane Bond on the way according to
JAMES BOND, John JAMES BOND And Jamaica discussed on /Film Daily
"Of John JAMES BOND twenty five Jacob. What did we learn? Yeah. Summer's are slash on team woke up extra early to make sure we caught the livestream were prepared for an onslaught JAMES BOND, twenty-five news and said, we got a tiny little trickle. We didn't. We didn't get a title. They said flat out the first minute of the stream that they did not have title picked yet, which is annoying because specter and sky fall, we're both announced with a lot of Poppins pomp and circumstance with their title. And everything. So it's we're still calling a bond twenty-five for now. But initially they was a live stream from the GoldenEye villa in Jamaica, where author inflaming wrote most of the JAMES BOND novels, and of course, the name of his home inspired the United ninety five film GoldenEye. And here's what we did. Learn from producers, Barbara broccoli, Michael g Wilson and director Cary Fukunaga. Who were all there, if we're talking a little about the details of the movie, and why they were Jamaica, which is where the opening scenes of the film is set. So here's the official plots knobs this for JAMES BOND, twenty-five bond has left active service in his join a tranquil life in Jamaica. His piece is short lived, whereas old friend Felix lighter from the CIA turns up asking for help the mission to rescue a kidnapped. Scientists turned out to be a far more treacherous and expected leaving bond onto the trail of a mysterious villain aren't dangerous new technology. So a few things that no hero quick. So we to third JAMES BOND film have major seen sentence mak- falling Dr. No and live. And let die and return Felix Leiter play by Jeffey, right?
James Bond 25: Danny Boyle will no longer direct the next 007 movie
"Producers Michael g Wilson and. Barbara broccoli along with star Daniel Craig. Announced that Danny Boyle had exited the project over creative differences foil the director of Slumdog millionaire and Trainspotting had. Confirmed a direct the twenty-fifth 007 film earlier this year Boyle. And his regular collaborator John Hodge had been working, on a script with production set to start in December. The film often. Referred to as bond twenty-five, is set to be released in November. Of twenty nine hundred I'm
James Bond 25: Danny Boyle will no longer direct the next 007 movie
"At gentle has categorically denied and allegation that she's sexually assaulted. Then seventeen year old actor Jimmy Bennett the New York Times reported. The nave for all that out. Of gentle pig Bennett three hundred and eighty thousand dollars after he accused her, of sexually assaulting him five years ago when he was seventeen gentle. Was romantically involved with celebrity chef Anthony bourdain. At, the time she paid the money she says bourdain feared the allegations could lead to negative. Publicity for both of them and that, the shaft wanted the matter, handled privately Megan Williams. ABC news Rome JAMES
NASA’s Parker Solar Probe sets out to try and ‘touch’ the sun
"Seven a NASA mission that will. Come closer to the sun than ever. Before is. Underway the Parker solar probe was launched atop a United launch, alliance, delta four heavy rocket early. Yesterday morning liftoff had been scheduled for Saturday but the countdown was halted at the last minute, by a helium pressure, issue the Parker solar probe is designed to fly. Through the sun super hot corona to study the solar wind and sun.
Caitlyn Jenner Wants to Play a Marvel Villain
"Every morning Country game question of Wichita with pinky and Boehner you're on with Johnny Depp used to do that show Yeah great cooking segments you can. Just have them do one interview with one person and just have everyone else use clips of that interview. Then I want to do that Wait a minute so, you try to tell me if you put, him, on with Robin Roberts on GMA that and, he, said, something. That, makes news. That every. Newscast. In the country. Isn't, gonna use a, clip of that and also say well Johnny Depp was out promoting his new movie blah blah blah yeah of course. They are okay here's an example They will do, it, but, Robin. Roberts, is now. Going to. Skew. It towards her Her agenda you can't just do one interview, it's like right now Howard Stern will. Get people on for. An hour or so Brad Pitt goes on with Robin Roberts he's got five minutes if Howard Stern he gets one hour. Is, he gonna have to, talk about other things that he probably doesn't want to yeah but for good. Forty five minutes of that hour and I've done a. Show four or five times. You. Get to talk about what you wanna talk about. You can control the dialup Johnny Depp does not wanna. Talk about punching that guy he does not, want to talk about, why he's bro so. He goes to talk about the movie. Save programs that yes and I get that and that's why people are getting divorced they don't wanna do red carpets because they. Know that they're going to get. Is. It's it's a whole Hollywood sort of ring and that's the. Way it's done EKG I'm gonna, go. Get, one of those, after the show today Caitlyn Jenner wants to. Play marvel villain oh in. This week special variety issue on? Transgender Hollywood Caitlyn Jenner, I want to name her what would you would she be It wouldn't be a villain on Like on JAMES. BOND I'm thinking of one. Away JAMES BOND had a trans JAMES BOND Barbara broccoli Bravo. And cubby. Broccoli, data trans sexy woman in one thousand nine hundred seventy four I believe yeah it was a, man, who used to be. A woman and nobody. Knew what it, was. Like oh it's a bond girl she's totally hot. Man y'all. Got duped boom so like they're, aware head of their time, nowadays. It'll be she wants to be a villain and. That's, a little okay fine? But she doesn't want to be a bond girl okay didn't? The transgender. Thing isn't she a little old to. Be. Playing a villain movie no villains I just watched deadpool. Two last night fantastic. And Josh Brolin's fifty something. And he was the villain You got how old is Caitlin Sixty-nine I think is that? Too old to play a villain That's the name the villain's name is sixty nine Electro sixty-nine yes yes yes Wrap it. Up. It's, done I think you. Can have. An older villain nobody cares. Faye Dunaway was. The, villain, supergirl remember that well listen think about the last bond that I saw Leo terell and it was the guy. Married to the hot, Spanish they're both. From Spain and he was he was he was he was ugly jacked up face and, he took his. Jaw out heavier bar them it's like fifty, is married to hot one but Caitlin always wants. To be, glam doubt though I'll. Please you're acting you gotta you gotta ugly. Yourself up for a row look at look, at Charlene's on in Halle Berry. Steve Edwards for his role here's a story that neither one of us have to worry about and, positive people are. Universally hated A study conducted you I think I am positive but go ahead showed that, highly cooperative and. Generous people can attract hatred and social placement, especially in competitive environments dear this manifestation of tall. Poppy syndrome, comes about especially when. We syndrome think about the dreaded office optimists. Are making us look bad the report concluded, study published recently in the psychological. Science magazine found that cooperative behavior attracted punishment most often in groups whose members compete with one another This was even the. Case when punishing or going after the do-gooder. Lessen the benefits for the entire group including the punisher or this is, human nature are, these psychology professor I don't care what study said always. I always try to be, positive in a situation even though something sock and sometimes you're going through a bad time, just try to be. Grateful try to be I know it sucks I, know trust me I've had two divorces I found a birth family I I can. Tell you have come on this study is one hundred and ten percent accurate k. the nicest. Person the nicest person I know and I don't know Well thank you well. We've worked together for years. I think you could say the embarrassing receptionist. 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