17 Burst results for "Daniel Pemberton"
"daniel pemberton" Discussed on Pop Shop
"Well over on the billboard two hundred albums chart the chart that i happen to manage. You'll never guess who is number one eighty. I don't wanna play this game keith. I abstained abstained. Well that's right. You passed it morgan. Wallin's dangerous the double album is number one for a ninth straight week. It now has the most weeks at number one since. Hey look drake with views back in two thousand sixteen which had thirteen non consecutive weeks at number one dangerous also has the most weeks in a row at number one since views also notched. Its first nine weeks at number one. I mean so. Is he going to be number one again next week. Keith number one for the rest of the year. Katie spoiler alert Actually last friday saw the release of some high profile Albums from the likes of nick jonas. Selena gomez and rob zombie among others And of course the grammy awards which will be talk about in second. Were this past sunday and that could shake up the chart as well. Maybe bring back a former number one back to the top of the chart. I don't know we we shall see we shall see next week indeed and you know before we get into the is. Why don't i tell you about the oscar. Nominations real quick. Yeah we have. There is definitely a friend of the podcast is nominated this year. Well we will start with best original song and the nominees are fight for you from judas and the black messiah which belongs to her who also won song of the year for this for a different song. I can't breathe song of the year and this is fight for you but she co wrote it with the same crew actually so they had quite the weekend and then hear my voice from the trial of the chicago. Seven which is music by daniel. Pemberton and celeste. Okay and then. we have. Who's from eurovision song contest the story of fire saga course which is an incredible movie and i love that they can now call themselves an askar her nominated movie and pronounce all these songwriters. Well i know how to do. Savan kotecha fat max. Jesus i'm gonna go with. I google that person the other day i'm like. Are you a real. Apparently he's wrong and ricard goeransson. Actually that wasn't so hard at all. The next one is i o c parenthetical title scene. And that's from the life ahead that one is perennial oscar-favourite diane warren and she also she co wrote that with laura cassini who Who i believe performs and also wrote the italian translation of the song as well next up his speak now from one night in miami and that one is from leslie oldham junior who stars in the movie as sam cook and also performs the song and he wrote that with sam ashworth and those are the five songs nominated for best original song. I do. We need to get into score. I can give you score. If you'd like it. Well you seem to suggest that you were gonna tell us score okay. Well then i'll tell you I is d five bloods which is scored by terence blanchard. Then we have manque. Tresor atticus ross. And while we're talking about them we will also say seoul also was nominated from trump reser and atticus ross and john petits. Then there's monari which is a meal necessary and finally news of the world by james newton. Howard wha- what if what if make and soul tie in there and atticus ross somehow become double winners in the same category because they tied themselves. Ooh that'd be a fun story. I don't see it happening happen people so there you have it. There's the the little quick rundown on on oscar nouns before we talk about the show that just transpired on sunday. The grammy award. Then you were there. Sorta i was yeah. Let's call it there. I was actually here exactly where i'm talking from right now in my garage But i was in the virtual pressroom which they did actually keep pretty limited as far as who was able to ask questions of people who popped in every winner for the night and presenter were invited to speak yes well i mean of course not everyone did and and how it worked was how it works. Normally which is that. If you win you have to wait for all of your categories to be read. If you are nominated for other awards before you go back to the pressroom interesting wrinkle because at the end of the night you know there's kind of a logjam you know duleep as waiting to find out if she won album of the year record of the year song of the air after she had already won pop vocal album so she has to decide after losing all of those top awards to then come talk to us which she kindly did. Oh so that's really great. Another friend of the podcast. We really appreciate dua. Sal and i was kind of key that i really have not taught spoken too much about this. I purposely told katie. Don't tell me about what happened. I mean i know that she was there. And you. you basically started your day. With pre telecast the premier ceremony that starts. I think like one pm pacific. Maybe it starts at noon pacific and we had to be in the virtual pressroom by eleven thirty. Am so my day started pretty early yesterday. Sunday which. I also because of daylight saving time felt like ten thirty you know normally normally on in any normal year Katie and i would normally be at the actual physical ceremony that early in the day. Yep has for the past. I know eight years or something. I have been part of off billboards red carpet coverage which means you have to be there. Usually when red carpet starts at eleven thirty or noon in the day and katie has to be in that press room for like a good eight hours in a row right so yes it was much easier to take breaks and get snacks. Yeah for sure but as you said like that. Red carpet starts or early because for the bulk of the nominees. Their awards are given out in this pretell ceremony and that starts at noon and so All of those winters Us in the press after winning in the pretell ceremony all were coming from their homes. They were all coming from across the world so it was very cool. People just joined us from all over the place and it was kind of like doing our meetings at work like you saw people's offices or you know whatever like all. The strokes were gathered into one room for their best rock album win over. The strokes showed up. Oh stroke showed up. Yeah oh right. You don't know anything keith..
"daniel pemberton" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
"She'll she'll find some reason to live frozen to already mentioned also notable snub. So that is our Oscar nominations. RECAP JOE questions. COMMENTS CONCERNS OUT OF LIKED TO SEE FINA get nominated for best actress especially as you pointed out the Oscars kind of being homogeneous. It would have nice to be nice to see her there. But I'm looking at Christian Bill. Eddie Murphy and Deniro Neuro- I feel like Deniro of the three that were snub. It's the strongest ticket in for lead actor but who would he replace and I take it you would say walking Phoenix for for that courageous. I would say what can finish. Should've been out Bob in but the one that was the most surprising was Antonio Banderas. The only indication you might get nominate. He won best actor actor from the L. A. Film critics but again did not get nominated from the SAG so that was where I thought so. You're right Eddie. Murphy was great and we'd Dolman. His name was You had in your top ten. He's only other Oscar nation ever was for dreamgirls and supporting so the authors usually love actress playing real life people especially other actors so that was at his best chance playing playing rudy. Ray Moore but doesn't happen this any other ideas. I really want to see the movie missing link now for as the animated films go. It's been getting a lot of but you know me. I love animated movies. And it's also stop motion to which I appreciate definitely GonNa put that on my list going forward good work. Do you joe mentioning that because that was a stunner when it wanted the globe people are like wow and they clearly were not prepared to win. Everybody thought somebody toy story four or even how to train your dragon so I I still think going into the Oscars. It's choice for how to train your dragon twister for doing the critics choice awards which I was unable to attend this past Sunday. But you're right missing. Link has a chance chance and I've obviously seen how to Trinity Dragon Toy Story Force. I will knock out. I lost my body and Klaus and then give you my opinion. But you're right to mention missing link that is UH I. It's got a real chance right now. And of course goal Derby by the way go to Gold Derby DOT COM. They've got all the odds now updated as well. So that's always fun to see Speaking of Chris Beecham Shimon guests in the pot. If you'll recall but a month ago he said he was hoping for avengers endgame. Get your best picture. That did not happen. Avengers Gamma believe got one nomination. Jody known is adopted. Adopt was visual effects. That's right up against. Hopefully the Irishman wins line king brutal I got nominee for best visual effects star. Wars to get nice hours for a couple best original score grow. That always happens. For God's Sakes John Williams has anyone enough visual effects. Best sound editing. Like it gives them. No one should have been for score. Joe Is our boy. Daniel Pemberton for motherless Brooklyn. That's a great score which was ignored in favor of another star was nominated like come on. Yeah I was I was just thinking that and I I just think it goes back to. The popularity voted more people seen star wards and John Williams being a name versus motherless Brooklyn being smaller independent. Movie no doubt about it anyway. Maybe rainy new WANNA win for marriage story where he does get nominated there all right. That's the Oscar nods and our feedback to it like I said Scott coming up momentarily is tremendous. He'll break it down for you. Really well any issues or concerns you can tweet me sinophile potter Adnan S for a couple of movies to review beginning with the report the story of Daniel Jones lead invested for the US Senate sweeping study into the detention interrogation interrogation program which was found to be brutal immoral ineffective with the truth at stake. Jones battled tirelessly to make public many empower sought to keep hidden terrific film here here from Scott Z Burns Adam driver Daniel Jones. Who is the investigator who is digging deep into what exactly the CIA did what the government did and it is a deeply disturbing film shows shows as Gleiberman mentioned his view? I think you know you've heard about water boarding and what Abu Ghraib is and punishment prisoners. Watch this film it is very in your face. It is gripping because not only driver combing through evidence in stories and so has that feeling of truly investigative journalism movie but also. Oh so you've got all those scenes of torture being done and it is shocking. I mean when you may think what happens to believe people. But I mean they're blasting METALLICA. They're throwing water their faces or drowning. They're torturing train limit is horrific and it goes well beyond what is sanctioned by the UN and what humans tactics are for interrogating and investigating investigating and barral beating potential terrorists or any sort of persons of dangerous so those scenes in particular burns making his directorial debut here he wrote and directed it it but those seeds in particular very visceral Annette Benning is very good. Also Senator Dianne Feinstein. She's the one who is ordering all of this. And she's the one of those to keep wrapping back fourth with driver as to what exactly happened with the latest evidences. How they go about their congress in prescribing these people whether or not that's even possible? She does not get known for best supporting actress. By the way there's a chance chance she would have. Belushi was up here the first SAG or Golden Globe but regardless Banning is really good in the movie and driver of the year about him driver. Man God I'm hoping he wins for marriage story but he's also very good in this movie. You talk about a guy who's having danced antic would say something of a moment right now season Star Wars for God's Sakes Colorado and he's here you're playing a reporter and he's playing a divorced father. Who's doing all that so it's another strong performance from drivers? His character radiates intelligence and inquisitiveness as fighting for the truth it but never does it dramatic level. You've also got other members of the cash. Jon Hamm who's playing a guy who's involved with Barack Obama's team more at Tierney. I always loved her. She's from newsradio. She plays Bernadette she. Somebody who's actually sanctioning law these torture methods but it is definitely an eye opening way looking at the. US government has done in the past and doubt what should be. Your shouldn't be done and maybe you'll watch the film and say Hey I'm good with this okay. I don't care if the terrorists are not terrorists. If there's suspected of doing it you torture them however you want to but I think most people watch this and just be horrified horrified bite. Michael O'Sullivan Washington Post writes. The report takes a more conventional approach to storytelling framing. The narrative is back to identify black sites where we watch CIA. Contractors Contractors waterboard detainees and Peter Travers of rolling stone says Burns believes at the granular details of Sarah Cerebral inquiry into issues of morality are are more than enough to hold our rapt attention. He's right I'm giving three maple leafs to the report. A very provocative and very good film Joe to your point Adam driver the thing I love about all the movies he came out with the sears. Just they're so different in the range of He's doing a investigative journalism movie and then he's a villain and a star wars movie then he's he's just playing a guy going through divorce in marriage story and next year he's going to be in the last duel period piece and he'll also to be in a net where he'll be playing a stand up comedian. So I'm yeah I'm excited to see what he's doing going forward of those movies. Which one do you like the best I would urge to? I think is the the best movies but the report surprise me because I hadn't heard a lot about it and always was ignored during awards season. But I think it's it's pretty good side from bedding. We got a little bit of buzz but yeah I would think because the best if you haven't seen mirror I think that's the one to watch because he's just he's electric bill. One more review before we get Scott Farmer. That'd be dark waters a tenacious. 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"daniel pemberton" Discussed on The Big Picture
"Though You're doing piano hands. What are you doing I I guess? They're like upside upside-down scales. I see are piano because I answered of leaning towards you did pick up on the body language. There sounds like lady. Justice has spoken. I I agree. I think I'm GonNa love me again. From rocket man is is likely the leading candidate here. It wouldn't shock me to see spirit win. I think there's a something about getting beyond saying on stage edge or acknowledging beyond saying something that would be meaningful but it feels like feels like an owner. John Moment they've really been working with the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Do you think there's an either or aspect of the two rocket men nominations between best actor in a musical or comedy in this category. The same way. You see one with parasite yes I do. Okay Sam you see rocket in here. Yes they do interesting okay. Best Original score motion picture also one of my favorite categories historically Alexander plot. What little women Hilter wanted to tear? Joker Randy Newman marriage story. Randy Newman's cousin. Thomas Newman nineteen seventeen seventeen and Daniel. Pemberton motherless Brooklyn one of the more unusual nominees in the field this year. Daniel Pemberton I like all these. They're they're great scores. We're not for the most part we you and I are not assigning value when we make our. Oh no but I don't like all like I don't like all the animated feature nominees nor do I that I. I know but I do quite like all of these scores. Even joker which I think has become a almost like parodied at this point I think. What did the woman who created the score who made the score furniture noble earlier earlier last year? I should say has a very distraught an intense and quiet and sort of punishing style L. Cello driven style. But I think it's quite effective in the movie. This is a tricky one though. Because I feel like it's sort of a three head race. I think dust plot who is much much decorated and the newman cousins. Who are our beloved? Yes are all running kind of even here. So this is a tough one to pick. If you're gonNA lay a wager either. Down Uncut gems style do not parlay with best original score. That's my advice. Okay what are you going. I agree that it's tricky cute. And I basically think are gonNA cancel each other out and I'm going with this plot because it it is also in categories like this the Golden Globes tend to be all all awards. -body's tend to be a bit traditionalist. And it I mean it's a lovely score but it's also familiar and again if they're kind of spreading words around. I don't know I could be wrong. So at the Oscars. There's an expectation. Thomas Newman will be awarded here because he has been nominated like seventeen times. He's never won this. This of course is not the Oscars. Yeah there's a part of the things Randy Newman's GonNa take the stuff I could see it. Ramos Person. Great score tremendous score holds up well as as an independent listen and also stands out if anyone in the Hollywood Foreign Press Association is actually watching the movie the second time they will be. Wow this amazing score. Yeah I think what are the trickiness of these three leading candidates is that they all do significantly elevate the film Thomas. Newman's score is much more driving and massive. It's big. It's not afraid to be classical Michael movie music. Actually that's something that Quentin Tarantino on the REWATCH. Ables when we did it with him he talked about Hans Zimmer. Score on Dunkirk and much of the score is almost like Captured sound it. Sounds like a ticking clock and there was one triumphant moment when we see the boats in the distance coming towards dunkirk and movie music quote Unquote Movie Music this. This swelling sound hits. That's what Thomas Newman does. Randy Newman does something smaller. More intimate underlying character Alexander does plot does something that it is about energy that drives the movie forward. It's fast it's peppy. It's it's it's still elegant but it's real entertaining just to listen to in that way I'm going with renae. Newman Newman. I think that's a.
"daniel pemberton" Discussed on Reel Chronicles
"Watch now imagine oh disney's movie toy story five ado ca boom sequel i don't want another baby partout ovaries i hope we don't get another one dumbo toy story we're we're good way but just we're done all right moving on we have the golden globe nominations and the sag nominations and i'm very sad bobby deniro zero may not be an academy award nominee this year but we talked about this i told you i'm like you know what in all honesty thinking about it in the movie or you're gonna upset and joe were really like bobby did the same thing he always does there wasn't anything super extraordinary mr so much thank you for coming back no but it's true though when you really like you're watching it i saw it on the big screen i actually haven't really watched it on netflix yet you're not gonna but no i'm not going to put just right now for lack of not having enough time but you know i am looking at it and i'm like you know what joe i actually think my favorite performance out of the whole movie was joe patchy i feel like he he played so well i felt i actually felt more sad that he died towards the spoiler alert i guess whatever that he died towards the end of the movie you like i felt really bad like you really see that aging you just see the toll and like i felt more i felt worse than i did for bobby at the end of the movie like i was blake okay whatever like it didn't phase me in the same way and i didn't feel super sad for al pacino dying but because but he he was very very al pacino in the movie god did stand out like he did really well in this movie i feel like bobby was just believing he was supposed to be host to be i feel like even more so he's supporting them and even with the bobby performance when you compare it to like the other things you've seen this season like joker with hockey in phoenix leo's performance in once upon a time in hollywood i i mean dude he's yeah it's a good performance but i don't know if i'll put it as top dog so may win you get snubbed it's not that big a deal bobby oh yeah all right so let's get into a real quick out a run through the globe i'm going to skip TV strata film let me know what you guys staying best performance by an actor no supporting role we mentioned pacino impassable cut in brad pitt ebony hopkins and tom hanks any complaints there no the only one you haven't you haven't seen beautiful day neighborhood right i haven't seen neighborhood i haven't too okay so i haven't seen two popes but i hear anthony hopkins fantastic okay their best support best performance by an actress in a supporting role kathy bates richard jewel i'm watching that today i heard she's really great annette benning for the report i saw the report i think everyone wants to hear that saw she's very i'm gonna say she's very good but the character that she played he's very subdued okay so i get the performance there laura dern we've already talked about how we feel about that jennifer lopez jenny and i saw bombshell i think i don't know if jenny hasn't really been on lately so i think i said she's in i think i mentioned she's in agreement with me that she's good but it's not awards worthy j. l. allo o. j. lo yes so for hustler's we watched it the other day so i thought the movie was good but i didn't see anything and like yeah okay jennifer lopez is good and i love all her movies movies the good the bad the ugly she's never ugly go bring a really good movie and conversation and like yes she did command dan the screen and she was very much like that older mentor role especially for constants booze character and all of this but i just didn't feel like i thought it was i guess just because i had seen all this hype leading up to before i watched it i just felt a little let down i didn't think that it was like something i'd i just didn't hit me in the same way movies here it's okay i think it's fine fine yeah aggressively mediocre wow wow there you go i don't i wouldn't say it's mediocre i think it says something for them like the women are taking control of their own and they're really really i mean i don't agree that they i was about to say towards the middle of the movie when they really do start star literally rugged i don't agree with i definitely get your getting paid and but not like the drugging day rape is when it gets a little yeah because i mean you think about it they're putting their bodies out there i mean in general strippers need more rights david's telling me to cut this rant so but it's true like you know strippers shippers sex workers they need more there needs to be more laws to protect them and make sure that they're getting their due i mean imagine you had to like go and do that and for a lot of women this is this is what they can do and it's you shouldn't you know you need to pay them equally whatever anyway already so you sir sir leon margai for bombshell nice not hollywood i think she's going to get in for bob show hollywood in in the end all right original original song this is where i thought i'd take off the line ryan i'm like i think we're going to get a cat's nomination here somehow our boss yeah 'cause beautiful go sets the taylor swift song from cats got nominated i'm gonna love me again from rocket man into the are known period from a lion king and which i'm surprised because i thought shallow colli way betters speechless i thought that was better i it's much better and another thing i don't remember this being in the movie so i don't know how qualified all of is because i think it's i think there's a role for oscar that the movie has to be in the move you're not a post credit all the songs in the murders in the movie unfortunately it's running back through the through the through the desert to fortunate unfortunate and then stand up from harried i haven't seen harriet so i gotta i gotta check that out best original score alexander to splat little women hill door one and door from by the way i never pronounce her name rice oh my apologies joker randy marriage story which is we saw married story score yeah didn't think scores agri thomas newman we just on nineteen seventeen which is in rentable and i will get into that in a little bit later daniel pemberton was surprise nomination the knife or motherless louis brooklyn best animated film froze pretty much the the four we expected frozen to how to train your dragon missing link toy story for and the lion cain that's interesting that's it's it's the gross nomination of the season and the oscar nominations announced its gross gross at that movie it's not that good and to we're not gonna go into that over yeah right fest for language film home farewell lay ms paint glory parasite portrait of a fire you can just a cancel that just get that award ready best screenplay known bomb back for marriage story para say bombed you ho anthony mclaren for two popes gwen tarantino for hollywood and steve zealand for the irishman c'mon best motion picture director this was actually the funnest nomination bungalow parasite stan mend his nineteen seventeen jean martin scorsese the irishman gwen tarantino once upon a time hollywood and todd phillips for joker nice nice it is amazing that he got in and there's a lot of hate for it a lot of backlash a lot of backlash because they're like oh joker heaters came out like oh well you know he shouldn't be nominee or something like that give me a good reason why that's all i ask you're asking the wrong person 'cause i adore joke i know i'm playing out there to anyone who doesn't like joker gimme a good reason why that does not deserve all the fucking award the only thing they're probably say oh you're just copying taxi taxi driver and king of comedy and scorsese shit very eloquent very eloquent retort but i think like in terms of analytics ticks this helps joaquin more than anything the more wards joker gets nominated for awards you didn't expect to nominee for the more it's helps joaquin's costs actually we win because the credibility of the movie is a little bit better is that why or yes and when you when it it just shows love from the from the voting guides so from HP the hollywood hollywood foreign press you can jokers romantic started overseas in venice so with the indians have oh yeah now that the film let us oh yeah so that's where when the goal line and i think that's where everything began for so we'll see continues what helps walking to is that bombeck bombeck was not nominated for director that's who phillips replaced got it so that's why are you know the marriage story lovers which whatever teaches owed like bombeck directed a movie better than phillips and whatever we disagree so that's where that is best actress the best actor in a motion picture musical comedy daniel craig knives out love that love a roman griffin davis actually predicted that last week i'm surprised at actually gioja roger rabbit leo for hollywood tear negative iraq immense and eddie murphy for dolemite gresley oh it's not as easy as you guys i think it's leo or taron egerton leo oviously oh i think it's i really hope the prey on both predicting leo because hollywood picture comedy or musical so i think that's where we are their best before by an actress in in a musical or comedy aquafina the farewell which you saw the farewells as she deserves a oh my gosh yeah so he's a great honor they are miss for knives out now she's my favorite part of the movies all in on that beanie felt signed from book smart you do that is by the way no she is jonah hill sister oh and not to take anything away i she's actually really great ooh emma thompson and late night i haven't seen late night but i guess they were really low on comedy or musical performances this late night was not good as on amazon prime for anyone that while they watch it cape lynch effort where'd you go bernadette that was jenny jenny jenny hates the fact that they tell you what happens to her in the trailer and they will read the book and never see them in the book they don't tell you to like one hundred pages to the book is fantastic all right so best performance by an actor in a drama christian bale for fever ford ferrari and tony bears repeating glory adam driver for marriage story walking for joker and then jonathan pryce for two popes best actress in a drama senior cynthia haribo for harriet scar joe for marriage story social for little women charlie's there for bob show rene judy i think this may be our our five next and then best motion picture comedy dolemite gioja rabbit knives how hollywood and recommend and then picture drama nine hundred seventeen the irishman joker marriage story to pokes i set this off the.
"daniel pemberton" Discussed on The Big Picture
"Okay okay I'm GonNa love me again from rocket man into the unknown frozen to spirit the lion king stand up Harriet. So you've you've got Elton John Beyond say do we know whether it's a denial Zell. WHO's nominated for into the unknown or is that panic at the disco? It's Edina okay. Well I it's I I don't know what kind of world we're living in this point. Beautiful Ghost is I believe the Taylor Swift Song and stand up is this. NDA Ribaud Song. I believe at the extract correct. Where where's Jessie Buckley? I Dunno I finally caught up with rose. Oh what'd you think. She's delightful grant. It's an and that song is really lovely. It's Great Yeah Eh. Shame on the HP. That'll be the time we say that on this podcast best original score Alexander does plot little women helder older gwenda Tear Joker Randy Newman marriage story. That's my dad. Thomas Newman nineteen seventeen. Daniel Pemberton motherless Brooklyn. Let me tell you the first thing thing I did after these nominations were announced. I put on the scored motherless Brooklyn and I was like Oh okay this is real good. Yeah this is a weird domination. It's a bit of a random nomination. I wonder if there was a lot of lobbying for this nomination. But it's a great score. That's kind of captures mid-century New York jets just just pleased to see it couple. Things pretty aggressively snubbed. Here okay Michael J. Kino's Gioja Rabbits Gordon keen on one of the most beloved and honored composers working in Hollywood right now. Michael Michael abels US score. I think is really one of the more interesting and acclaimed of the year. No John Williams Horizon skywalker infectious stores at all here. Was it screened in time time. I doubt it but who knows just has not screened for an uneven chinooks. So can I can. I just say a pawn rewatching Mary story this has been out to be like. Wow the randy. Newman scores amazing but that movie is not that movie. Without Randy Newman score. It's outstanding totally agree. The and the first time I saw it. I didn't feel it as much on the second time I felt doubt. Yes yes and so you know. We'll see what happens there. Rainy Newman has won for best original song but has never one for best original score. He's obviously you know. This is the guy who wrote the score to the natural. This is one of the great composers songwriters of our time and is one of my idols. Best screenplay motion picture Noah Baumbach for marriage story. Bongino Hundred Mon for Parasite Anthony McCartan that. You Popes Quentin Tarantino. Once upon a time in Hollywood Steven Diane for the Irishman so maybe we slight oversight our winters. I think the two posts is big winner here to yes and this is the first time we're seeing the words. The two popes on this show everybody you said after telluride that the two posts was going to come through and dominate. And then they they didn't get any love at all from all those critics bodies we talked about and then here it is so now. It's starting you did pick this believe I picked it. Yes it this is a very the golden goose your first pick. Yeah it just. It's so classic it does have international appeal because it set obviously in the Vatican and end. There's some art Argentina flashbacks and chew very very beloved actors and Jonathan. Pryce Anthony Hopkins. It is Is feel good. It is accessible and it just it seems like Golden Globes Candy. I agree with you I wouldn't even be stunned if at one. This category It's it's seems most likely that that Baumbach would win here but him not getting a director nomination. There's a feeling right. No I think the Oscar race that something like this might happen Irishman White Win. Best Picture Quentin Tarantino might win best director and no abound back might win okay screenplay and that is how they you would find a way to acknowledge the three frontrunners. I could see that. The Globe says different narrow honoring different stuff Give them a lot of credit for nominating parasite our site. I didn't even get a nominee director and so this is not a bad category. The the film that leaves out. Obviously he's a little women which I think is actually a feat of screenplay in writing in a Lotta ways yes because adaptations go. It's a very unusual adaptation as you have made me understand last month and we'll talk more about that again then. Does the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. Books you know to be fair has any man in my life. Read this book either. No so it's okay but I don't think that they cared about the intricate adaptation process of little women. I agree with you Joe. Rabbit also not nominated in this category category starting to feel like Joe Joe Rabbits fadeaway. Yeah which that's okay. Fine let me best actor in a supporting role in any motion picture. Tom Tom Hanks a beautiful day in the neighborhood. Anthony Hopkins the two popes Al Pacino. The Irishman Joe Pesci the Irishman Brad Pitt. Once upon a time in Hollywood. This is what I would call the chalk. Yes I category here We tried to get cute and suggests sterling K. Brown in waves when we had our predictions and that of course did not happen in GOP. She was nominated. He also won a bunch of critics six awards over the weekend and Joe Patchy rules in the Irishman. So this is fine by me. I just WanNa say that this category it was. This is what I picked from Oscar predictions and October. Oh congratulations to you thanks. I I don't feel very proud about it. Considering the nominating body but yeah these are good performances. I like all of that would be fine that's probably the last time. We'll say that best actress in a supporting role in any motion picture. Kathy Bates were Richard Jewel. That for the Report Art Laura dern marriage story Jennifer Lopez hustlers Margot Robbie bombshell. I feel like I'm getting really good at reading these and I they hire me to do one of us I did you feel like I'm in like the awards presentation you know at five in the morning when they're reading the nominations available. I was awake and watching that. It was very funny to watch Tim Allen. Read the nominees in this category. I just a brief rant and I've seen a lot of other Awards journalists analysts and prognosticators ranting about this recently but You know what I'm going to save it. Oh Okay I'm going to save Hark okay I I love and respect of the women in this category and it makes me really bad you WanNa Shutian. Yeah and Florence Pew here we go. I think there are three people in here who consider lack for the Oscars and we pick them in our gloves. Predictions Laura dern marriage story Jennifer Lopez were hustlers. Margot Robbie for bombshell I. I think these are three great performances. It seems like Laura Dern is just GonNa win the Oscars. We just don't need to really talk about it. We can have a little fun with the two other nominations nations. And it's a little bit of who do you WanNa see the Oscars and who do you want to have get to talk about for a couple of months leading an betting has never won an Oscar. She absolutely deserves an Oscar. She's not going to win it this year. So why are we spending any time on this. Nothing burner performance in the reports. She's just wearing a wig. Okay okay the coffee kicked.
"daniel pemberton" Discussed on WGN Radio
"I love that welcome back everybody that the Joyo here on seven twenty WGN how are yeah we are live in the skyline studio here till four AM and then you get the live sinal cast of the WGN TV morning news our partners over at the bread the place we love to have those guys on that because until five and five o'clock see Cochran has your morning drive three one two nine eight one seven under Wednesday well card once a year what who requested that lovely theme so that is coming to us from big ed again all right thank you big good all right welcome back everybody we're talking about to your favorite music scores of all time and I'm actually going through a list of what people think are the the best course of the of the decade of this last decade next up this is an unbelievable score from a movie that sadly nobody saw Justin Herve score for first man is extra virgin Mary as was that movie I do it I can't believe the how no one went to see that film I remember seeing that at the Davis and I kind of wish I'd seen in Iraq I did I thought I I can't even imagine what that must be unbelievable is unbelievable it was it was a heartbreaking movie it's a beautiful movie it's beautiful but a heart breaking in terms of portrait of a man yeah yeah I adore adjusted Herrmann score for la la land so when I say is score first man is even better I considered a testament to the guys town his miraculous meticulous work with director Damien she sells results in a score that evokes the beauty and loneliness of grace but keeps the feet family part planted in the emotional rid of a central figure Neil Armstrong part of the brilliance of Herbert score is that its themes and motifs begin to evolve as Armstrong is NASA team move closer to getting to the moon I want to touch down not only does the frame of the film expand to evoke the already of the achievement but her to score a completely takes off while maintaining the root of those original themes introduced the beginning plus there's theremin that's always a plus do you ever see the sign that the that shows up on it's a show it's a it's a it's a sign outside like a music shop and it says Thurman for sale I never been touch hi but tell you that's how you know music geeks are around my gosh doc says it was run elders who was originally cast as the voice in full in phone booth but director didn't think he was frightening enough that's right it was Ron elder Ridgely run Elderton then they and then they hired Kiefer Sutherland six three are you code says as far as great scores go limits around and the great show the greatest showman eight one five or echo robocop in life force both excellent scores seven seven three area code how bout to be Lovell's from The Exorcist it is that you that with that and I know it's not really a specimen wasn't written for the movie Mike Oldfield re released the album tubular bells I think it was a year and a half before the excesses came out it was already out there remind me who do who did the score for robocop when my blank and it's a great score too damn that ten ten ten ten ten ten ten down to the great composer to I think you total recall you've worked with Basil pull Doris Doris Seattle Doris yeah he also did this good to great scored the best part of Conan the barbarian the Arnold movie is that score I'm your music score of all time so he says the sound of music mark from lake bluff says escape from New York wasn't a bad score well that's an understatement done done done done such a great that's such a great score eight one five says the I love the score for la la land but I believe the same composer did first man yeah we just mention that beautiful score two I agree with you la la land should have won an Oscar should have won the Oscar I was rooting for it two one seven area code Hoosiers score was great it had a lot to the movie also aliens was a great infrequently copy who did the score for aliens James Horner that's right James or the great he did you the great James for another one of those guys who has a lot of them under his belt a lot of amazing scores under his belt the best part from aliens was bishops countdown when the countdown starts from there if they got the the million jobs going so good yeah Hoosiers I can remember who did the score for that but I remember it being really good yeah so it's weird this whole lala land thing please Tom I know you know I know you love it I love it and your the the the lovely Amy go with we bonded bonded over it I realize that but there is there is a a good contingency people out there who hate it I can see someone see their point because it is kind of glorifying old Hollywood and it came out a time against other movies that box that trend it was kind of a split between people who are generally older and in the academy that like things that glorify Hollywood and yeah younger filmmakers that want to get away from it so to them it appeared that way I really think it's not about that at all it's not it's to me it's it's a tragedy of absolutely of the relationships we create our head yeah I I know it sounds kind of like middle schoolers but like though the la la land is the relationship that they have it never eggs it never really existed yeah it was just the thing I do every night I did not expect it to have such a tragic ending I I it's such a sad ending I can only to die I felt a high so for I didn't see that come in at all like it when I was blindsided by it in the first time I sort of weeping I'm I just expected to go down that route you know that all right I cried in front of all my co workers at the movie theater yeah I cried in front of all of them may look to me like I was a psycho yeah it's a it's beautiful it's a great movie all right here's bill on WGN had built hi hi yes okay I'm just like a lot of events then and now there was a seven stage also ride not fail you can't beat that yes five six I'd like to read stride shot down on that yeah the second one is going turntables kill bill one ad kill bill two who did the scores for those I think that those are more soundtrack yeah right but I think I'm off base a little bit but I just got a mention kill bill and I never watch a lot of rock group again if there were issues yeah seven eight nine there just slough yeah anyway thank you bill what I found the barriers when we find out the primary has taught Beatrice concern about five point bomb right but high tech thing right alright bill thanks thank you yeah I will say I'm pretty Sir the reserve put if you had a few tracks in there but we did do like the whole thing right okay next on the list and right absolutely completely agree with this is Hans Zimmer's score for interstellar which is insanely gorgeous even I have to give a tip of the cap on like that movie with that score is well out of this world Hans Zimmer is the man you know what you don't need another score that's that's unbelievable that he did is wet and for yet another Nolan movie his score his score for inception is unbelievable I see that's one of my favorites he's ever done and Dunkerque yeah I was mostly with the the subtle taking in the background I'm beautiful it's so yeah no he's he's one of the he's one of the best composers out there right now another score for a film set in space albeit with entirely different approach the first maniples loneliness and being on the outs in being in our space Hans Zimmer's equally brilliant interstellar drives home the alien aspect of the great beyond in every sense of the word the use of organ is a stroke of genius bringing a religious a granddaughter grandiosity to the story of a father who literally goes into the heavens to try and save humanity Zimmer's crafted many music memorable scores throughout his career but the only seller maybe his crowning achievement you know I think I am I thank you I think it's equal to one section I think it's the score for section is incredible incredible and they both fit their respective films so well yeah I'm pretty sure interstellar that organ he went to a church to record that like a hundred something year old organ yeah just give a specific sound that's what across many as I'm glad they included this John Paul for how to train your dragon the all yeah yeah it is good I love those movies great I absolutely love those movies for my money the best thing written in the entire two thousand tens is John Paul's main theme to how to train your dragon franchise first established as in the two thousand ten film it's African soaring maintaining a sense of adventure and danger while also evoking the loving friendship that serves as the heart of the film so and then finally they pick the best score of the of the of the decade is the social network by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross they win the Oscar for that they did the best phone score of the decade goes all the way back in two thousand ten but boy did the social network holed up in more ways than one filmmaker David Fincher reached out to Nine Inch Nails members Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross to try their hand at a film scoring in the result is a truly iconic piece of film music all right in a in an honorable mentions you ready for some of these honorable mentions in inception Hans Zimmer gravity Steven price life of pi Michael Dana I'm Blade Runner twenty forty nine R. Hans Zimmer and Benjamin Wallfisch Star Wars the last Gen Ike John Williams Thor Ragnarok mark Mothersbaugh inside out Michael Jia Jia Jia Chino tron legacy daft punk thank god it's so cool King Arthur legend of the sword Daniel Pemberton nope yeah yeah yeah yeah lady bird John Bryan John Bryan other go does amazing scores la la land Justin Hurvitz Jackie make a Levi hateful eight in your Marconi Carol Carter well man to Kubo in the two strings Daria Marinelli.
"daniel pemberton" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers
"I would say almost everybody says these are great films that Spike Lee's best films that's David ventures masterpiece. American history x is still being cited. These all those films did poorly at the box office. They were underwhelming initial releases and and they none of the American history x you you know got nominated but the but most of them were fight. Club never was even in the awards conversation not even remotely. Nobody believed neither. Were twenty fifth hour right but you you you what you come to understand is that is that in this world. We're living in films. have an incredible capacity to ultimately get to people and they form their own relationship with people and yes it would be nice if something other than DC marvel. Comic Characters Somehow motivated the investment to sell movies at broad scale scale or or brought people out in large numbers. But at a certain point. You've gotta like separate yourself from that agenda you've got to recognize it's and this I. Martin Scorsese said eloquently and very generously. He wasn't he wasn't negating anyone else's pleasure in a certain kind of thing what you're saying. Is that for him. The experience that he wants to have of original unpredictable complexity emotional complexity complexity of character. That these these things you have to in your mind recognized that these things can coexist point about room in the theaters is I think is a very good one but but they can coexist we can have mass entertainment. But but you have to calibrate your expectations when you make this kind of work and part the reason I made it for such a modest cost is i. Don't want the pressure of you know making like Ben Affleck made live by night which is a very fine film when you make it one hundred twenty million dollars. You create the potential for catastrophe financial catastrophe right now. If you make the film the way I made made it you can have a very modest box office theatrical outcome and still do quite fine You know what I mean. And that's important I. I think that's what we're light at. The end of that tunnel is to that. Movies can be rediscovered. They have a shelf. Life by cub is the perfect example of that to me. Nobody would believe how that was treated when it came out. Critics were really tough. Love me no you know but the fact is that you were you you. I've said this before but it's not it's not be puffing but you write a rolling stone and I think the reason that rolling stone and in my view there's a vitality to it because rolling stones ethos and your ethos has always been I think to seek Zeitgeist guys right to look for what what is what is going on. In the way people are feeling about the culture they're living in and and it's not it wasn't just rock and roll like it's always been about like making sure what's what's giving people a sense of identification you know and the reason reason the reason you understood fight club and celebrate it is because you saw in it. It's capacity to let people see themselves. You know you knew that people a lot of young people feel these things and that is something humorous and dark but mostly that. There's a that that that it was observing as much as the graduate was in its day. It's observing mind. It's observing the tension. The young people feel about becoming almost almost ahead of its time. Rolling Stone is is does put music which is different energy. Brought me this and I'm grateful Thom Yorke. I don't know how you got him. Basically do this for your movie. Because he doesn't just say sure no the music that he put in motherless Brooklyn and what's there's is another energy that people relate to then this is fun it's This old school. It's a vinyl forty five of Tom. I'm Tom and flee the version. They did Tom Song. And then on the B side is the Wynton Marsalis beautiful version from that From from from ago which are both in the film but those are both things I love. Jazz was right for fifty s ten. But that's also I love that music and I think if there was ever a music. That has a terrific kind of quality. I liked it. It's it yeah pop jazz you know what I mean and I think that it also so has disincentive and Tom. You know great musicians like Tom who have explored dissonance and fracture in their music. They you you know. Tom Loves Charles. mingas right who was a great jazz innovator in terms of looking at atonal and ARRHYTHMIC dissonant you know explorations flirtations in this great. How would feed into your character? Everything that's happening and it just works. It has an energy to it. Yeah and I think there are lots of people by the way Tom Laughing. There's lots of people we you know there are some people who hear Tom's voice and radiohead fans and they know immediately. That's Thom Bjork. But we've had quite a few people we showed this in Atlanta and this this African American lady in her fifty s came up to me and she goes she goes. Who was the woman singing that beautiful? You know what I mean like. And she's like how that was like the Modern Day Billie holiday or something. I was like well. Her name is Tom but her name is that I talked to but but that's great to me that's great. I love if if it if it has a tonality and some people don't and they say like wow these things go together it shows you that you can make personal work and there are people people be responsive to it. You know I have to take a couple of questions from the outside of digital bring up bring it here. It is Mr Norton. Oh my goodness yeah. It's like you're on sack. Is there a director actor that you haven't had the chance to work with but you most likely to well I should. I should this film to Sean Penn the other night because he's always been one of those artists. Yes I'd I would act in one of his films. I would love to direct them in a film I would love to just act with him in a film because I think Sean has retained a very unique personal sense of his own own artistry and vitality and Yeah I'd love to work with Sean. And he he's had to tough it out to do that to Meryl Streep I Meryl Streep I would kill to work with street well Maryland you hear that. Let's do it all right one more one more. Let's see what this Abbey says. Do you ever find yourself humming songs from dentists MUCCI. I love you I do. Abby is a person who tastes tastes. That's all I have to say. The the answer is yes and you have great taste. Well you know that we always end the show and song. I did not know that well you forget but that's it. Do you remember a little bit of something from from Texas merging. Well I helped write some of those songs you did what was come on. It's in their Edward. Oh I did like there was a song. your Stepdad's not mean he's just adjusting thousand. Good Line you know give. I need to have something musical. I can't sing. You can know you can well. What songs in your head right now? What what's He? The funny thing is what's in my head. I can't sing. 'cause Tom and I can't do Marcellus trumpet. So there's a there's a in the theme of motherless Brooklyn Clem. I'll say this you can go out on this in the motherless theme. It's this it's this really lovely. Like bub-bubba bub-bubba Ma up up which kind of reminded me remember the Great Michael Nyman scores? Yeah Michael Nyman one of the really underappreciated film composers like the end of the affair. Great Film scored you remember that do repent beautiful piano film score like that. There's work on this. The Daniel Pemberton did that reminded me some ways of the best of Michael Nyman but but in that one wins Horn comes in wins horn entrance on that. I'll stack that up against any piece of music. The composition that we go out that anymore. Yeah but I got laid off so the trumpet..
"daniel pemberton" Discussed on Behind The Screen
"Were like super tech to that because we have according in the very room where always records, are made. And that was just an amazing moment in this film of according, some of their songs as well. And being like this is the room this song came from nothing and it came from this room, and enter the world now it's an every single person's life to what extent, personally, were you inspired by the Beatles? It's so hard to kind of really fathom how important, the Beatles have been to music because it becomes such a cliche saying that and you just take it for granted. And I think it's only when you actually in a band playing with other guys guitars, and drums, is you really realize how much they changed things because up to that point. Everyone's just playing KOMO tracks so far, you can take that from a musical point of view. And for me, one of that great things was taking the studio and taking the idea of sound and taking any sound can be incorporated into music, and the rich. Snus and depth of the sound well, they embraced. I think changed music forever, and you double that invention, with Sonics with just the most amazing melodic writing in the catchy songs. And then you get this moment history almost never been repeated because they kind of changed everything, and they opened the doors for all of us to approach sound in a whole new way all the way through this. I wanted to embody the spirit of them in that experimentation, even things at the beginning, when checks Vikings by hits the bus deep in that track is just of a coordinator me hitting my bike spoke with Tiffany stick as with rhythm, and it's really quiet in there. And the Beatles never played bike spokesper. I know it's a kind of thing they probably would have done. And so I wanted to grab onto that fax payment to ethos in the context of the story, though, you're creating a world where the influence of the Beatles didn't exist. How did that challenge you when you were working on the film? Yeah, the, the concept of the Beatles, existing was real. Real like, really messed with your head when you were trying to work out what to do very early on by approach to school. This idea that I was going to totally ignore the Beatles ever existed. And try and approach to school from the mindset of a singer songwriter, like a modern day like Busca like Jack malic can I try to write like they would write? And I had this crazy idea of trying to record the entire score on my iphone because when you're singing until you offer news voice memos on your iphone, and Danny loves lo fi stuff like Danny loves the idea that his school would be done on, like something in your pocket, rather than ATP's, orchestra and a lot those ideas kind of interesting starting points, but didn't really work. But one of the things I'm most proud of in this film is there's a scene, which I don't wanna talk about too much hip, but you know what it is? He goes to meet a certain character late in the film off the his concerts at ghost and beach. And he's driving through the countryside and is atop and that guitar piece was from one these early ideas. And that was recorded on my iphone, and that's in the film. And I love the fact that this is a gazillion dollar studio massive picture. And there's two minutes of the school, which recorded on my iphone six on my voice memos and nothing has been done, and they just upon screen, but early on I tried to coach it from that angle. And then as we got deeper and deeper into it than he was just like, we've got knowledge, the Beatles exist, not the Beatles exist. But we've got to let the audience feel that world, the tools that they know and start to seep into the film like into DNA of the score. And at that point, I started to embrace more the sounds of that world and take that as a as a starting block. But it was before I did that it was quite daunting, because it was very hard to know where to go. I think the other thing that really helped me with the Beatles was things like revolution number nine, which is really out that I've on God piece of music, where you've got like radio static, and always kind of, like avant-garde techniques and. It's in some ways very quintessentially tools that no other band has that kind of Avangard are aesthetic and is popular. And so that was just the richness of that sound pilot was really helpful tool for me because it allowed me to go out there with the scores. Well, I think this has been such a exciting project to be on, because you got to take it back seat, the Beatles, and just let that music shine even came down to scoring. It would be like I'd really love theme for Jack Nellie, and I just fell in the wave of the Beatles song. So I went back and did something that was more minimal more stripped back because the most important thing with this film was giving the audience like the biggest emotional hit, they could get from each of those songs. And if that men, holding things back or like making other things not being the same territory. That was very important for me as well, because the day all I care about is how can I make this the best cinematic experience on all levels? Whoever go see this movie. Tell us about yourself. How did you? Start your career. So I started my career making weird music in my bedroom. I grew up in a place called east Mosey which is kind of on the outskirts of London quite close to issue, which is where John Lennon and Beatles decamped to sketch out the white album and is to make music in my bedroom with a four track cassette player on one keyboard, which had saved up fridges to buy. And that's all I had even have a computer and I was just doing that over again. And then go to electric music, which is really kicking off in England. I used to go to raves and we'd music events, just like an annoying kid, and I used to get people tapes and enthu- that someone of me record deal. So I will put a record out when I was sixteen of pretty avant-garde electric music coup bedroom, and the greatest claim to fame of that was stock house and reviewed it on radio three and a day familiar. Stock housing stock housing's incredibly important. Influential Avangard composer, who also famously appeared. On the covers Artem peppers as one of the people on there, and he also had influence on the Beatles. I haven't even talked about this is quite interesting, the roundabout way. So he had a big influence on, John Lennon's. I'm pose more out there won't God work. So backward out. Director hears it. And he asked me to school a TV documentary for him. And I'm like, okay, that sounds like fun. So I did that when I was still at school. I did my homework and then I did a TV show after I did my homework and then he liked that and Osman do a few more of those, and that kept on going, and then other people like my work, I just basic kept getting work forever. And then eventually go film, and normally saw that film is a film cookie awakening with a great theoretical Nick Murphy, and that starts Rebecca hall. But vividly Scott saw that movie. And he really loves the soundtrack. So really Scott put me in for meeting. We had arenas chat and talked about how it worked and this thing, and he was like this point, then like twenty as a TV in Britain or something fifteen years. And he was, like, I did the same to learn how direct I was a advertising director and I spent years doing things learning. And he's like you've done the same with music. You've done your ten thousand hours in the garage, and I was like, wow, that's such a cool thing for someone like Rick. Scott to say. I thought that was it. I got home. I just thought what I was released. And he said some awesome things to me. Nick Stagg phone call from his edits up yet Scalia saying, right? Then we'll messing around really wants to the film. Can you come in an hour? Like. Yes, I really kind of crank cost in bed. I up quite late and I remember standing beside my bed with the phone just going. Wow. I think everything just changed in a phone call. And it kinda did. And then after that, you know what we've really on, on the counselor, and then I did man from encore Steve Jobs, and then, once you kind of worked with Ridley big tick, like a little military stripe and then it's been pretty not services, then thank you so much for joining us. That's okay..
"daniel pemberton" Discussed on Behind The Screen
"In contrast. Help was performed in front of big crowds. Rowdy crowd. Yes, so help. So one of the things we did early on through this process was to build a band for him ash. The check Malik manned. And so another thing you don't see in his film fat band. We got we got him rehearsing with them for quite a few weeks. Just so he could build up his stamina and his confidence performing with other musicians. So we had like some not hotel, a Kotei rehearsal. Women King's Cross, and we would just play two songs his cO through them as a unit. So we knew like me, not in both knew that, like coming down the line would be this big performance of help and what it was great. Mesh was definitely nailing on this stuff of the intimate close performances. We also needed to give him the look performer energy. And so, again, that was food. You're Danny always wanted this, this seemed to be like a cry for help, he loves stuff. That's war, and call of energy, so we spent a long time working out lots of different versions of help. And that was the one that really stuck. And it was just about krangar vay war, punky kind of energy for this scene in the film, which, again, every time you hear music in this film, the music is there really to support the story to tell you, something in the story, not just, here's another Beatles song. It's supporting, you know, one of the ideas in Richard Curtis's, wonderful script. So this moment, it's like it's a cry for help, he's screaming out for help. And that's why you've got this light really angry punky version. And then they was amazing. We went down to ghost, like six thousand extras. That was a really fun day full of us 'cause I'd be down set. And we'd just be there trying to work out. Even really basic things. How are we gonna end this song? How's how's the ending the song going to look like best on camera? And again, great work from the band, and him edge to make that a really stand out moment of the film Ellen recording. These, you're working with production sound mixer Simon Hayes won an Oscar for les, mis rob. How did you work with Simon? So summon Hayes and the sound team like soup integral part of the whole process on any movie I lied to get involved really early on. But in this one I was flown in with so many different departments. Everything from art department to sound department, script and Simon is fisted use in trying to get the best best recordings. He can in, in a way, that is not going to impeach on the direction or the acting so everyone can feel natural so we had discussions early on. We'd have big meetings with all of us talking about. How's the best way to capture these things? If you have microphones, everywhere it's gonna spoil the realism of the performance is, you know, you could take those things out and CG, but it's gonna make everyone in the scene feel like it feels less real. So we worked happy with equal to get some Mike's inside the Qatar that we had custom built, and then it was about trying to capture it on his many mikes. We could in a way that didn't impede. And Simon is brilliant of that, and he gets these really fantastic. Performances and recordings just do a lot of heavy prep early on and ask all talking together like every department in this talking together about how we want it to be formed me, not to talk to Simon about how we saw this being performed. Danny would talk about how he wants to shoot it, and the Chris and widow just worked together to say, well, look, you can put this. Hey, this is gonna work better. Maybe take out and it was real clamped of effort between all of us. And even more. So because everything in his film that appears on camera had to be real and tell us about the final scene, which is set in Wembley stadium. So as you may know, in this film, there is a real popstar by the name of shaven, who was fantastic. And also, I think is fantastic for the movie number ways because you could look at this film, and go. Well, this is a nice kind of fantasy, but this kind of thing could never happen. But then you've got someone in the film, who pretty much is the embodiment of this idea that you can just be one guy with Qatar and you can become an absolute plausible phenomenon and Ed was like acting in. It was super kind in lending us his stadiums basically at has stadium. Some people have like fast cars Ed has stadiums because he's saying them out every night for weeks on end. So we went down to Manchester watched him perform a couple of times, all of us. And when he got to Wembley, we got to use his stadium after the gig, so we set up there and would spend a long time filming. Jimenez, performing wants to kick was over with there, any audience at that point. Yes, there was an audience, but not of the edge in scale, sadly. A small audience and some tricks of the light, shall we say for those scenes to tell us about working, then at Abbey Road on those songs your mixer actually is working on Beatles music separately, as well right now? Yeah, I mean I work at abbey vote all the time, it is one of the greatest recordings two years in the world. And I always love working at because they've got amazing crew people at amazing just the whole mindset of everyone in that building is fantastic. I always say it's like you just you like the captain of this ship, where everyone is just all focused on giving you the most space to be as creative as possible. And so one, the guys I always worked with is this guy Kusak mckell, who's my mic, sir. He's mixed like, oh my films, like Spiderman spy, diversed, oceans. Eight king author, I've been working in years, and he generally just works with me and the Beatles. He alongside jobs Martin. He does all the remastered will the remixing for things like you know, they just the fiftieth anniversary. Impact that just on the why he's just working on the road right now because he's going to be doing something for me. And he's still unhappy wrote and he hasn't returned my call today and ease like just immersed in everything about the Beatles from every piece of gear they use to like every take of whatever recording. So I was like, hey, guess what? I know you normally working with me or you'll only waking the Beatles. I've got great project few. I've got me and the Beatles. And he was. Oh. Stickle it. I know I think it was kind of a joke, but it was just like this kind of bad joke of, like, you know, he works, incredibly hard and doesn't have enough holiday and the idea of a new job that involved both the things he works at the time at the same time, it was a different challenge for him. I guess, but what was fantastic about working with Sam? He's amazing knowledge encyclopedic knowledge of recording processes, and so I used a load of that to help the school, so with the score of this film, I didn't want it to be like, Pete, who's pastiche and Danny didn't one that, but I wanted to feel as if rather than it sound like be to songs have been changed around a bit. I wanted to feel like the Beatles had written a film score. And if someone you know, the sixties that we wanted to score this film, it kind of might have ended up like this kind of approach, so that would be, I would try news there sound world. So that would be everything from we use the actual pianos. The Beatles used on things that lady, Madonna is, I think who misses meals piano, which is this really light honky upright piano, which sounds amazing, and you recognize it because the opening of lady Madonna's played on it, so we use that actual piano, and then with us bases like the Hoffner bass that pool McCartney the same style that hit play. I'd get the drums, covered in Tito's and Mike, top in the same way, as Ringo would do it, because Ringo, always had tea towels on the TOMS, because it makes the sound a bit more deadened and sticking through the same mixing desk, would have the same kind of tape affects ADT, which is kind of at the time really cramped breaking tape perfect Wade's speed tapes up to slightly changed delays, and I used all these techniques and approaches to try and make a score that felt familiar, but was something new. Sam and Abbey Road.
"daniel pemberton" Discussed on Behind The Screen
"Second collaboration with EMMY Golden Globe, and BAFTA nominated composer, Daniel Pemberton. They previously collaborated on Boyle's Steve Jobs, Pemberton's, recent credits also include Spiderman into the spider verse oceans, eight and the US Callister episode of black mirror. Welcome. And thanks for joining us a pleasure. There's so much music in this movie, you had quite a range of responsibilities. Would you start by explaining that to us work? You on yesterday is puppy. Unlike any other movie project. I've been on before in terms of all the different levels of responsibility and things I had to do so. First off. I wrote the original school for the movie, then I also had to oversee all the musical laments in the film alongside I could friend of mine autumn, who I bought on board. I work with him to basically turn him. Mesh from guy Jimenez Patel, who plays Jack the main character in the film, we had to turn him from someone who is, basically confident playing guitar in bedroom to someone who would be comfortable playing Qatar Wembley stadium, and we had to his songs and activities to sound track album, and zillion other things. So it was it was like all hands on deck, anything musically, in this film, I had to do something for it before we get to the Beatles, music, would you tell us about your approach to the songs notably summer song that Jack in the story had written? But then he they failed to launch his career the songs couldn't be very good for the context of the story. So how did you approach that direction? So writing the original songs this movie was actually really fun task. Because you know what went Danny Boyle? I bought me onto this, I was kind of wishing. Well. Well, you know, this film, sounds amazing goal this stuff for the Beatles. But what's their great? But was there for me to do? And one of the first things he says you've got to fight these, these average songs. And I'm like, hey, you want guy who every songs? I'm your guy. I'm really that was more complicated than you think it would be because they were written into the script by which it Curtis and they had vase specific qualities. So some song. Had to be a song that felt good enough for the cow to Jack to believe he could be a star. And the only thing holding back with luck or you know, the right connection. So have to be a song that was not a rubbish piece of music. It had to have something to it that he felt that he was good enough. And also that's his hit song. He has a friend cooed Nick and on everyone's the here is the summer song, and that was actually very key part of working at how to write that song because. Why not track that track? I always felt hat to have a catchy element to it the someone who maybe didn't have the most fisted musical tastes. I e checks friend, Nick would remember it because it would say the words summer a lot, and they'd have some kind of whoa, whoa, course that made it more catchy. So Richard Kurt his start off, and he wrote a whole bunch of lyrics for it like a whole huge amount of ID's. So I went in with autumn who's this singer? Songwriter friend of mine, who I've been friends with years, and I on board this project so we could work together with mesh on the performance aspects because he's got a history of performing and I've got kind of idea about it, so we worked together all three of us we tweak, some lyrics took some outputs new things in and then just came up with the summer song. And the idea was some song is it's a good track. There's not a great track. And there's other. Things vote like walk this road, which is not as good as some song, and another one who dinosaur which ended up on the cutting room floor. But that was actually really fun of fun project and a front part of the process is to write songs that were not as good as the Beatles tools because, as easy writing songs better than the Beatles. And, but that I could do take us back to that first conversation you had with Danny Boyle when he discussed with you recreating. All of these Beatles classics in the movie Donnie phone me up this new budget. I want to we work with Danny ball before, and Steve Jobs, really like working with him. So he wrote me into working title into some big fancy office and told me about this whole film, and I was like this film sounds brilliant, but. You know what going to do go beat songs. There's no I'm just a composer, film, composer. And he was like, no, I want you to oversee everything I want you to take this, this actor who this point Hamesh not even officially being cast. He was showing me the casting videos and saying, you know what you think of this guy was like, well, yeah. I think he's got something really special. And he was wanting to turn him into this superstar and just work with him. We'll way through on performance in every aspect. And I was like, I know what I do. Like I don't know how to do that. And he's like, that's exactly why want you because you don't do it the same as everyone else, and I know you'll come up with some more interesting ideas. So I was like, okay, well we're gonna do that. I wanna bring autumn this friend of mine, Artemio Han along, and we can work together. And it was a really like huge task this because there was so many different levels to working on this project. So he wanted me to what with mesh and. Get all the songs that he's going to perform in the film to be as powerful and his motion as they can be. I worked with Danny to talk about what's the best way. We can present these songs than he had loads of fantastic ideas of like different ways of approaching each song. And how can we get the most impact and the most ferocity in the film? Danny also wanted to keep stuff, very law. And we oh he was very keen on, on this everything in the film, being real. We didn't want to have playback. He wanted everything you hear onscreen to have happened on screen, and enmeshed Patel, so much dedication into this job, we even sent him busking. We'll send you busking Zeno. It's like to be someone who no one cares about you gonna sing this song and other songs. And no one knows, and he was brilliant. He was so dedicated and he's going to be a superstar think. And also it doesn't album with him. That's the other thing we talked about in this. But another big. This film or this project is the yesterday soundtrack, which is almost like an extra part of the film because a lot, the soundtrack is the things you hear in the film, but there's also stuff that's alluded to in the film, which is his one man only album, and whereas early on that, like, please write some average songs on as the Beatles in the film, the one now only album is supposedly the greatest album of all time. So we had to produce the greatest album of all time, slightly more tricky, and spent a lot of time trying to get a version of the Beatles that was different but familiar to people. And I'm really proud of how turned out because that was a love work for something, which is in some ways, only alluded to in the film, then it was producing the Beatles songs these new versions, and then also writing the school. So there was this massive amount of work to do even though Donnie told me originally just take me three weeks. I could go back to doing Spiderman, which is what I was doing at the time. That was like a year and a half ago. This push it went on forever. But I've loved every minute of working on it, because it's been such a special film. Let's talk about a few of the songs. Why don't we start with yesterday? Tell us about how you perch that one. So like yesterday is such a key part of the film. Like when we working on this film wasn't actually called yesterday. So there were so many titles flying around for this film. And now it just seems crazy. It was never not going to be cool yesterday. But yesterday was such an important part of the story. And again, this idea Danny has everything having to be live, meant the we had to make sure he mashed could do a performance of it. That was so powerful. It would it would take the breath away of the characters in the scene. And in this scene, it's very intimate, Seaney, sitting with a few of his buddies. Yeah. And so he had to get to build to perform you had to learn that song to be able to perform it in a way that felt worthy enough. Of a key part of an entire movie which is a huge amount pressure. Like the other thing I cannot say enough in this movie meshed Patel, absolute superstar. He worked so hard at learning and delivering these songs in a way to make it look effortless. He he was being phenomenal all the way through. But so we looked at it and we actually change the key. The original original song is in and we dropped it down to e because that just worked better for his vocal range, and we found that was how we got the best most powerful performance from him. And so there's lots of things we did with songs like that, that really subtle, but it's all trying to find the way to get the greatest performance from the actor on screen, let sort of direction, does you give him in that scene. So with that, it's a very stripped back war, emotional performance, and a lot of it was getting him. So familiar with the song that it just came naturally to him. So there's a lot of work on that on changing the fingering on the Qataris and just getting it to a point where it was effortless for him to play. And then he just worked very, very hard on that. Because yesterday is actually a real pain in the backside song because it's actually really complicated and looks really easy. It sounds easy. It's like a really fascinating piece of music because some the Beatles stuff is really complicated. And it sounds complicated and some of his actually quite straightforward, but yesterday is one of those pieces, that sounds incredibly simple. But it's actually very fiddly to play. And he does it like excellently in the film, as I'm sure.
"daniel pemberton" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Yesterday. Mccartney wrote to the Beatles. The beatles. How would you describe the way that your character Jack approaches these songs because, again, the concede is, nobody knows them. But it's not as if he's trying to replicate what the Beatles sounded like people don't know them. They done exist. Absolutely. No reference point full for where to even begin at school from his mind. And that was the real joy of working with Daniel Pemberton composer, his friend came in and we worked together, the two months, basically, in this in this room, that we converted in the offices in London to make it look like jacks bedroom. We posted up on the wall and piano and. Record player and I spent two months in that room with them. Just learning the songs getting better at playing guitar. Piano, and just working it out with Doney. What's best to the film? And how important is it that you'd forget, essentially what it was? The Beatles did with music and make it your own, is it always something that you're hearing in the back of your head? Are you able to really divorce it and shut up? I think they'll always be there because. You don't want to from the song. Mazing that you can never separate them from from those in a way. That's what we're saying film, is that? Even if they didn't exist. Recreate them to be anything better than the four of them. Did..
"daniel pemberton" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Accident. When he wakes up, only he has remembered the music of the Beatles. They have vanished from history. You can't find them in record stores. You can't Google him. So he decides he's got pass off their music as his own, and the actor who plays his young singer is a guy named MS Patel. I said, some say. Long day. Was that yesterday? Didn't like it. We'll McCartney writes it the Beatles. Hey, the Beatles. What, how would you describe the way that your character, Jack approaches these songs because, again, the concede, nobody knows them. But it's not as if he's tried to replicate what the Beatles sounded like known as a people not know them. They don't exist. He has. Absolutely no reference point. Full for where to even begin its oil from his mind. And that was a real joy of working with Daniel Pemberton, who was a composer in his friend, audible Han who came in, and we were together food, the two months, basically, in this in this room, that we converted in the offices in London to make it look like jacks bedroom posted up on the wall and Appiano, and would at Cerrone record player. And I spent two months in that room with, with them. Just learning the songs getting better at playing guitar and, and just working it out with done, you know what's best for the film, and how important is it that you'd forget, essentially what it was that the Beatles did with the music and make it your own, is it always something that you're hearing in the back of your head? Are you able to really divorce it and shut it out? I think they'll always be there because, you know, you don't want to fall from innocent disowns just amazing that you can never separate them from from those sworn in a way. That's what we're saying with film is that, you know, even if they didn't exist, you can't recreate them to be anything better than the four of them.
"daniel pemberton" Discussed on The Filmcast
"I do have an answer to your question, my favorite one. And that is what L my list, it's called the topic genome accelerator, and that is the name of the device that irradiates the spider that bites. Peter Parker in the comics interns him ultimately into Spiderman, of course, in in the comics, you know, which has never been portrayed quite the same in the movies. It's these two kind of like ball devices that shoot radiation between them in a spider descends in between the beam of radiation. And in this movie, literally the whole movie is kicked off by the same thing happening, which is a giant version of that blasting lasers at each other and the spider descends into it. And all the other spiders, come out of it, essentially. So they've taken this like many, drama and enlarged it into this larger than life scale thing. And I mean, there's no. No way. It's an accident. It is literally like the exact moment just on a huge Gail. Right. Like the visual structure of devices the same, right? So now that we're in spoiler is there is so I do have one very minor issue with movie, which is that like, I thought the moment when miles kind of gets the suit, and he like dives down into the city and become Spiderman for the first time is like extremely powerful. And you hear the what's up danger song combined with Daniel Pemberton score. Like they've like a fuse together for the first time, and it's it's incredibly beautiful rousing moment. But I gotta say that I felt like I've seen the movie twice at this point. I was like really trying to pay attention. Like, maybe I missed the first time felt like miles arc was a little bit underdeveloped in this film. I feel like they're doing so much with like introducing all these Spiderman, and I love how. Ow. At the beginning every beginning, you know, it's like you see the book like fall onto the screen, and it's like, you know, let's go through this again, you know, I I've been spider man for like six years and they run through the entire street. So you kinda get us thought it was really beautifully, but they just so much content to get through introducing everyone having this like so many characters I felt like this whole idea of miles is like he's torn about himself. Like, he doesn't know who he wants to be the relationship with his father and that being critical to his actualization. Felt like I just did like ten to twenty percent more there for me to really feel that way that I thought I the movie wanted me to and I think we could have benefited from being longer for sure, but I'm taking this sort of like, this is the new hope of this generation stories, and you look at what happens with Luke Skywalker from being lowly farm boy to being somebody who saves the planet, or I guess saves the galaxy and helps to win a major war battle. I feel like we didn't get that much development with him in that movie. But you have the reluctant hero moment. You have the discovery moments and those are all rest, right? Like again, he has seen with Peter Parker were the, you know, it's like, hey, I'm Peter Parker like ties him up right with webs. And then his dad visits him at the thing..
"daniel pemberton" Discussed on The Filmcast
"I haven't seen any of those CG Star Wars shows as great as I hear they are because they look awful and Disney gave no budget to those things, and it's just really simplistic character designs, really simple animation. None of that is here. This is a movie that is unabashedly comic book movie. I think more so than maybe the last one was angling hulk which didn't really get enough credit for what it was at the time. Maybe try and combine that until I've action just wasn't the way to do it. The key is animation. The key is drying and kind of two d sensitive things. I guess. So yeah, this movie looks amazing. It sounds great to great soundtrack great score Daniel Pemberton back again, the cast of this movie. I just look at the page. I I don't think it reveals any spoilers but since sane cast. Okay. Like, and so people I really love to make more plays miles Morales. He was in the get down on that flex which. Nobody saw but he was into fancy a fantastic actor there a believe he was the leading dope to Jay Johnson from the new girl. Hailey Steinfield Herschel L E Bryan Tyree. Henry lily Tomlin Kravitz, so good, Milady, nNcholas cage. We have Schreiber Chris pine this movie does everything right? It's insane. How much talent is behind it? And yeah overall too like it's great to see the miles. Morales story finally told in a good way, we got a glimpse of him in the PS four game this year. I didn't. I haven't finished that yet. So I don't know how far that gets into things. But it's. Great that this character is just getting more coverage as well. I think is really interesting interpretation of the of the Spiderman story, and I love it. We get all these other versions Spiderman, I'm not a huge follower of the comics. But I love everything I'm seeing here. I can only imagine the daddy of doing spider ham. The audacity of doing, you know, Spiderman warr and the genius of casting the close cage because every single line. He says in this movie is gold pure gold. And then of course, we have the anime inspired spider girl thing to and that's is there's just so much going on. Yeah. Appreciate that. Andrew, Drew? it's it's so good. It's hilarious like just great little humor there. But it was just like an animate version of Spiderman it was like a robot like diva in in over watchers. But also, you gotta get into enemy and there so she has a telepathic link to her spider, and it's convoluted enemy basing it's somebody who like has more than a passing interest in enemy. You know? Like, they did their homework on its they did their homework for everything in this movie. But in particular, I just love all these characters we see because they all represent different styles of animation. The genius of this movie is figuring out a way to make spider him work and be like a silly looney tunes character while also existing in the same world, Spider-Man war, and like with all the stuff happening with mouse. Morales to it's insane. This movie is a miracle. All right. I wanna read the apple music. Description of the soundtrack for Spiderman into the spite of. It says here there was nothing to -sarily wrong with the soundtrack to two thousand Toby Maguire.
"daniel pemberton" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"So I always I was have that. But Jordan introduced me to his brother awhile back after I completed another short film interested said, hey, you know, you guys need to link up and talk, and I remember being very wary because I love off the like score. You know, I don't really like to stuff whatsoever. Like someone biggest inspirations, you know, pass any of them were Konate you know, like Daniel Pemberton is a huge you drive from Sarah and also, you know, John carpenter himself and also the score for punch drunk. Love poll. Timelessness punch luck love with a huge reference for me in not only that but another from. But I just, I love off the scores. I love scores incorporate different types of like tambor's with our instruments for like, you know, not just came the classic, you know violent of this, you're doing something really crazy and incorporating the space if you will, you're actually taking elements of the film. You're using that as either percussion or use it in some way. And again, brick again was a huge represented to base Nathan Johnson's for. So you know, it came time for this like, you know, I was shopping around was looking at different composers balls, even looking at different lights. Like, you know, Banja people knew I was stressing everywhere, and I met a lot of great people when people brought so many unique things that you know, are there all town to their own way, but I just I, it was like that scene from back to the future where guys like that sound even looking for. That's what it was like. I just like when I finally heard, I knew. And so you know, soccer joss but I give him, I felt like so protective, I felt like, you know, I was. I felt like I was father grown. His daughter's boyfriend for the very first time. I was just like, well, listen, you know, like I wanna work together, but like I, I wanted to be very clear that like, you know, I need to hear need to hear something. I and I wanna do this and this and I gave a huge laundry list and the thing that was so cool. The thing I will never forget the thing that's so. Social about working with Josh is that the day wasn't even over after saying that it was later that evening and I get a demo and he takes every single note. And I gave a lot of crazy notes. My I mean, I gave notes that should have been wary to like the poser and he, he took all those notes. He took all this, this craziness that he basically he took pencils and desk and he made percussion into them. It's a bike years..
"daniel pemberton" Discussed on The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith
"Studio this move is going to be an hour and fifty nine minutes the movie was an hour fifty nine minutes on the button and in rehearsal on we did have three weeks of rehearsal for the social network he'd be rehearsing say the opening seeing the jesse eisenberg and ruining mirror there there are at a college bar uh just sitting at a table and when i read the scene it was seven minutes and five seconds a and they'd rehearsed the scene and david would say that's great and he give a couple of notes and then say in by the way a it you just did it at seven minutes and thirty seconds it needs to be seven minutes and five seconds okay so whatever you have to do to cut twenty five seconds off the scene without cutting any words that's what you you're going to do and that's how the whole social network went with mali's game which is two hours and twenty minutes it no it's two hours and twelve minutes with credits you can't charge me okay you read it has been credited back yes two hours twelve minutes i'm i'm i encourage you to stay for the credits all those people listed in the credits did a phenomenal job worked incredibly hard plus you get to hear more of daniel pemberton's beautiful score but the movie is two hours and twelve agreed agreed a great okay um they sent a script supervisor to my house on script supervised sort of experts on a timing a scene and again i read the whole movie out loud but this time there's you know there is action in mali's game where there hadn't been much in these other movies and i would rethinks out loud and then in my head.
"daniel pemberton" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"I think we should talk about capping a tips you want to get together with the other players will my tax returns are cold clients and discuss putting a ceiling of wages he'll be america's most closely watched antitrust case so she noted one of the great things with movies how is such a terrible always gets trent rise nerd to do the music o w david venture for the for the social network out of think i'll make a sorkin as a writer has a lot controller that doesn't oh frenchor the director got why don't settle sound like the sayings us this is that this social line out as social network you'll like this movie again rival music census data as it sounds like the etiquette at lol yeah trend resin her soundtrack you're right i didn't look into i don't know who did the soundtrack daniel pemberton all right didn't look into it now he's under that's maybe from that thi it's so adds to the intensity of the dialogue but it's weird because the one guy wrote both movies but now then he directed this rhode islander this one the move soundtracks ounce of same he may have said i want something similar to a lot i may as losers and make lands rushing i'm very reminiscent all right this well ridden movielike there are so many levels of conflict are turned player access her idris elbow like he's the lawyer but he doesn't want to take on the case like he's just kind of advising her but then he's like should i do it should i not there's hurry is owns there's her in her cell and the yes and there's just the obvious added drama of highstakes polk.