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"danny mcbride" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Your point ABC has been trying to remake lost without remaking years at this point as far as I've heard though merchants is very good so if you are looking for something that has those mystery elements certainly Allison Tolman is superb as an actress that's when you can check out when it premieres one other thing Alex a couple weeks ago you talked about a show that was starting on HBO called the righteous gemstone so I've watched the first two episodes I love it I do want to give too much away but here's a here's how you sold it to me if you like Danny McBride this is the show for you I always liked him and he he is out doing himself on this one yeah and it only gets crazier from here if you are interested in checking it out and you have an H. B. O. subscription I would urge to head to H. B. an hour each be a go tonight maybe they're actually putting up the whole Sunday night lineup early on the streaming services still gonna premiere on here at the regular time but including the righteous gemstones that's gonna be there at nine o'clock tonight say you can just kind of check it out the first couple of episodes get into it and talking about his been working on it she said that it's even Wilder this week that was the past couple weeks the the story line very very quickly it's a family of televangelists led by John Goodman but Danny McBride and Adam Devine or to the brothers and there was a surprise I won't give too much away here there's a surprise in last week's episode that I always like to think I know what I what's coming and this one took me by surprise very very much yeah yeah it it's great it's definitely not enough people are watching at this point and I I think more people should I heard you if you're if you're a fan of quirky offbeat comedy it's a great shows.
"danny mcbride" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"I mean honestly like i'll make the stuff that i'll never watch it again. After route edit room like hire people coming up to me all the time like quoting things from eastbound downer from movies and i'll just turn on my wife like what the fuck is that person just say you know and i think they were referencing something. You've said before mike what i said that yeah. I never watch jenny this stuff when i'm done. I live at so much when i'm making it when it's over. I'm like over with it. I'm done with it you know. I guess the question is what at this when you think think of these projects. What is the first thing that l. Let's go through project. See what the first thing that comes to mind. That's really interesting foot fist way you know the person comes to my mind with data is jody and is standing being like on the porch of of his parents duplex the owned like celebrating and getting drunk like the moments after we finish that i think that was like my greatest elation relation of anything i've ever done that was made with like kids in college and and people unemployed and for you know ten bucks basically when we finish that it was so such an awesome feeling eastbound and down just fun i mean like eastbound was just you know that was every summer we were getting together and when we to north carolina with all the guys went to college ellsworth and every summer we got together. Somebody else's married. Somebody else had kids so that showed me kind of represents like all the changes that have happened in my life starting starting that off in the beginning when we had nothing going on and we weren't sure if we'd even make a season and by the end of it like i have a kid and married. Everything's changed your highness. That was ahead of its time. I really feel like that. I think <hes> i stand behind that movie one hundred percent. We made something really special that i just like. I hope in due time it gets it gets desert vice principals. I think a walton would i think vice principals. I mean he's become. I'm a lifelong friend of mine and i just so incredible and <hes> yeah whenever i think of that. Show i think halloween <hes> probably like meeting john carpenter carpenter and <hes> and even just getting to play around with a genre like horror something i've grown up loving in in seeing how different that is to work on how similar it is. This is at the end. I feel like that signified the end of like a big chapter in my career up just making all those awesome already comedies a win win. Studios would still pay hey for those big are rated hangs. You know that was just an absolute blast and what from the first season of gemstones is the thing jumps out here. I think it's just the camaraderie. I think it's the idea idea of like doing what we're doing and now looking around and there's someone like john goodman standing there. That's doing it as well and i think it's just kind of like mind blowing a little bit how much things change but how much they ultimately stay the same all right. What a way to end. That's it for another episode of good one. The racist gemstones downs air sundays on h._b._o. Then isn't on twitter but you can call him on instagram at.
"danny mcbride" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"All just i think just the natural dynamics that happened. I think think with any sort of siblings and just letting that happen in a wave pool at nighttime so then the wave machine happens and feels like biblical. They were so smart that symbolism week pepper the show with with bible civilization everywhere yeah before we talk more about the characters you also directed this episode so i wanted to talk about shooting and editing the scene. The scene is very funny. It probably the funniest like the most capital see comedy comedy scene of the entire series but it also feels like it was shot and edited like a horror scene <hes>. Would you say that's correct. Can you talk about your approach. Yeah i i. I think that is correct. I think it's a disaster for the gemstones you know as you get into the series you know you're you're right and the idea that this was sort of like a sendoff for mom. This is what mom always wanted to do and she's passed hasn't had the ability to so i think when they approach this kelvin jesse eli imagine that this would be like nice in mom's honor and instead. It's a total shit show and that sort of like the horror of where the gemstones are when the story begins is that there was someone who was so powerful on so strong at the center of this family and she's now gone and there's nobody around that's righteous to sort of take her place and they're trying and it's just obvious that it's like not working. You know we shot that. I said at nighttime and i was directing it. It was probably the biggest pain in the ass to shoot of any of the scenes we shot because in between every single take i had a like trudge through the wave pool to go up to video village. Look at the monitor to see we have it and then get back in the water and wade wade back out. I think we had five hundred extras there that night and everybody was worried like oh. They're gonna you know they'll probably leave after ten o'clock at night and so we were worried that we're going to have fall all off but the people that showed up were amazing they they had a blast i think because every takeaway pu would come on and everybody got to pretend like they were in a disaster. Movie and people stayed to the sunkei. De yeah the first shot. That sort of opens is a lanterns floating in the water and then there's sort of a reflection of sort of neon light on the water you pan up. He's sort of see some of the road to the people. What is the significance of this as you know. This is a visual meeting but ear director. You did that on purpose. I really wanted to be a little confusing like is this. Some sort of slide like this is a serious service. Is this a serious ceremony. You don't know if it's like a flaming lips concert or what what this is now and so the idea was just yet kind kind of just fake out the audience a little bit. They're like start with stuff. That feels like maybe a little traditional and then you're like. What is this the more you see of it. There's a shot that they were you. You keep according to their legs underneath the water. What are you thinking that it's it's really wants to see what's under there but it also reminds me jaws ause or things like that like there's some sort of danger under there and there's the part where one person's climbing out of the pool and impose them out. There's a reason both of you know. It's just showing that these people have a long way to go on there for sure. So funny thing happens when reading interviews with you of the soviet irina injuries around eastbound bound you're talking about how great improv is how in every scene you make sure your shoot two and then you improv..
"danny mcbride" Discussed on Good One: A Podcast About Jokes
"Up until your parents got divorced and you saw how the community treated especially you and your mom after that happened and that was sort of bothered you you also have talked about how now living in charleston you've realized how much the church is still a part of people's lives. It's not like oh that thing thing we used to do like it's it's. It's an active part so you have these feelings and thoughts swirling around you but you are an artist with a lot of ideas and a lot of feelings. What was the spark that was like. I need to do a thing about this like that. You're like this is overwhelming and there's enough idea here to keep on going. You know it's kind of funny like when i move move i lived in los angeles for twenty years and <hes> you know like i said about we. I think we kind of stopped going to church me. When i was like in sixth or seventh grade have been a long time since i had really been to church but but up until that point it was something that we'd go to multiple times a week. You know my my parents were both involved heavily in it and i was just brought along just because i was a kid and i didn't have a ah any choice. There would be sundays where i would pretend like i was sleeping in the hopes. My parents would forget that. I hadn't gotten up yet and there would be like too late to for me to be able to get dressed has to go to church so i think i always was sort of dragging my feet about going there but then like as i got older and kind of like looking back on those years there was something that was kind of cool about out being a kid and being dragged to do something that you don't really wanna do enforce to sit there and listen to these stories and listen to the like someone else. Can i tell you what to do and how to do it and and how all that information would come in my head and it would and i would just end up like doodling pitchers on the pastor's face program and i remember just from being kid like like seeing how they treat it. My mom from parents divorce and i don't know even as a kid i saw that is like man. This is so crazy that i had been drugged to this place where they've been teaching you how to behavior and how not to judge people and hear all these people who sit here every day and here the same damn thing. I don't know how to like enact that so i think even as a kid i saw that there was a high i level of a within sometimes the people who go to church and even if you'd have a word for it. You're feeling this is an irony. This is like i barely been paying attention. I know that this is part of what's being taught here and <hes> you know i think as i grew up i just we stopped going to church in and i think i just <hes> yeah. I never kind of look back and yet coming out of los angeles and moving to charleston. Emceeing church is still very much a part of people's lives and it's it's everywhere south carolina. It's everywhere every block. There's a different church every radio station his almost every other one is a religious station and <hes>.
"danny mcbride" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Remember. We're like seeing my mom and like knowing how much the church mentor now. She didn't even feel like she could enter the church and so for a few months she still would drop me and my sister off at church on sundays days to go and we did it and then after a few months. What are we doing. Why are we going to this place. Every sunday you know it's done and then we just never went back in and that it was kind of the end of it and i and i remember distinctly having like mixed feelings about that. Even at that age where i dreaded going to church i hate it sitting in those sermons for an hour not being able to do anything and having to just sit there and listen just like paul pitchers is so uncomfortable so comfortable but then that feeling that you would have when it was over over and just knowing that the days ahead and then there was like when we stopped going. I had this weird like i kinda missed. It like i kind of missed being forced to do something. I didn't wanna do or an eye in when suddenly just sleep in on sunday mornings sundays like that afternoon. Sunday wasn't quite as special anymore yet. It's like we as a species have this kind of implicit desire to repent. You like you wanna go somewhere and then be like yeah. I suffered and now i can stop hating myself out of myself. I did it now good for two days yeah yeah. There's some aspect of that that i did like about it now. The the thing i i wanted to do years ago was do you remember the power team. Did you ever oh yeah. They saw that they would like rip telephone book books. They'd handcuffed mon- monica the power our team would go like fire up churches. They were like a basically a touring road group and they were all these musclemen they would handcuff each other together in the clinic. Get out and then they would recite sites some scripture and then they fucking guy would jump up and kick the other guy in the chest and they break the handcuffs in the power of the lord was obvious president and even as an eight-year-old those like i'm not seeing the connection awards this year phone book in half and then even better these guys most of them were ex- they claimed named x. steroids and cocaine abusers the give their whole life story as it testimony like look how good life is now that i found the lord it'd be like i was doing fourteen announces a cocaine and we would get a little too dr to church youth groups fucking like one of the ways they demonstrate the power of the lord is they just break break chairs over each other's back and i desperately wanted to do a show about being a number still being jacked up and shit and but funny enough when i had that idea i was with jimmy miller for like i don't know a year. Maybe he was my manager and he's like. I love it but he's like. I don't religion. I don't know good luck selling something about religion still dicey in. Do you feel like it's like they're just really has. I guess there was big love but certainly there had that'd be talks like are they allowed to tackle this. You know who knows will happen. I mean people get outraged or anything so i mean i'm not fearful of people like being outraged but there's a part of me. Were i kind of understand in some ways while there is an outcry sometimes in hollywood tackles religion as i was like watching anything i could have like like well who else has tried to tackle space here. I think they make the mistake of like they like. Make a joke out of what people believe in yeah and i feel like that is just like kind of obnoxious. It's like that would piss me off if it's like someone who doesn't understand where i come from what i believe. The value and it's adding that that is wrong to do so i think with this show is like we don't don't we. We're not trying to say anything about what you should believe. In a way you shouldn't believe in we're not trying to comment on the bible were commenting on these hypocrites who are basically fronting this operation shen and like basing all their their value on like these morals and these ideals but then not adhering to any of themselves you know yes. That's very obvious right when when you start watching the validity of the bible or god or that version of it's not on trial at all these people who have clearly manipulated these taxed exactly ackley yeah and i totally agree. It's like i am an atheist but i have zero interest in trying to prove to someone that they'd does the right thing. I'm like if someone's happy doing x._y._z. I'm super happy. That's how i believe too yeah. You know what i'm curious about is just the town that i live in. I love charleston. I really loved being a part of that community immunity. It's called the holy city. You know there's <hes> oh it is yeah and like there's downtown. There's no buildings taller than the church steeples you go outside and there's like churches like every mile you know on the radio station. It's like every other stations. A religious station religion-based a big part in the lives of people there so i am curious of all all still be able to like go to restaurants out of this show comes out. I was trying to for moments of the show. I'm like just imagine right. Now that i am super that is my that my book and i believe in all that and i'm watching it. I still definitely think you're allowing those people to feel in on the joke that they're not at all being made fun of which they're not. It's not like you're painting to the audience and going through these idiots gobbling up this bullshit. It's never really about that and that was important to do. I mean you know my mom is still religious. I have like my my sister's religious. My aunt is a minister in atlanta so like a lot of my family is still very much involved with church and so oh they were always in the back of my head not that they all like what i do anyway right but the idea was like you know i understand they all have wicked senses of humor and they i believe what they believe. I wanna make something that they would even understand where this is coming almost think it could be more funny for them. Yeah they would identify they. I think that there's more more truth there than <hes> than what we would think yeah. It's it's absolutely incredible. I can't wait to consume all of it so you move down there. We said that i mean again your you get your own desire to go to that and then obviously it was motivated by kids and stuff. What's your anonymity level down there then. You'd be really surprised. It's been like absolutely incredible credible. I will say yeah. It's been amazing because you know when you first get there. I think people are just genuinely excited that you're there. You're part of the community and i think <hes> and then after you've been there for a few months then like people feel a little bit of ownership over you in the sense that like they don't want people to like tagger yeah. I i find that all the time that's now. The people have just been awesome to tell you the truth. It's just been such a cool place to live and i was really. Wasn't you know everything was going fine for me out here. I have a lot the friends here. The weather's great but i just found myself when i wasn't working. I really didn't know what the fuck to do with myself and once kids were getting involved. It just became so so much like harder to figure out how to just have an existence. It's like well. We can go to griffith park together and we can arrange a play date with someone who lives forty. He minutes away from here. Everything just became so scheduled in kind of like we were just bending over backwards to kind of find some kind of normality and then i got there and it's just it's been so grounded in normal fun walk out our front door. Get on bikes and just like cruise down the road all my son seven my daughter's four and it's aw it's just awesome and then you know i also feel like it puts in perspective the career to like when i was here i would drive on the road. I would see billboards and it would make me stressed out. What about like fuck. It's been a while since one of those. I need to get to work you know and yeah and then they are you kind of realize like none of this shit really matters that much. It's like we get really in our heads about an and it's important to do your best at what you wanna do but you don't need to eat sleep like even when you make something that doesn't work. It's like no one. Here's keeping tally of that. These people are just living their lives and give you never worked again. It'd be very fucking impressive as it should be like i dunno. It's good keep that perspective. It makes you feel beat yourself up so much about the stuff that doesn't work in the stuff that does and is the four year old. I have a four year old daughter and it's getting outrageously fund right now because fuck in personality is like oh yeah yeah it is she. Is she funny. She's so funny. She's the funniest i mean like. They just got in last night here. They flew in separately from side to come early in so my wife and my son and my daughter got here. They were here for like two minutes. I'd like twelve hours of press just got home. They entered my wife left something downstairs in the car so she had to go down there and within two minutes my daughter like pissed on the couch and my son took like a football sized shit the toilet and clogged and oh. It's so good to see you guys. Thanks for reminding me of my primary. I remember cleaning up. Guys will dan when we were going to bring it up. When you're on sam jones one thing that we we talked about a lot after because we both loved that episode was you were talking about reviews and how reviews are kind of bullshit and you kind of delineated comedy versus drama drama a really i thought like profound way with its math and comedy so specific because you have to like write a joke to them will pay off three scenes later and everyone thinks you're just kind of looking in the mirror and doing funny faces and it's so not that it's not i feel like it is the hardest of all to do because we sit in a theater when people watching a drama no one's reacting reacting. You're not assuming that the movies not working. You're just like oh these people you know. They're feeling it and you're an accommodation if it's like if you're in there for five six seven eight minutes and nobody's laughing. It just makes the whole thing yeah yeah you're and did you gotta climb out of yeah. There's no tricks and comedy. I can't put the perfect song with the right pushing asia and baba blonde yeah make the emotion happened with these other devices and just work but i mean it's funny even just doing press. It's like doing press for halloween or alien or this they just i don't give comedy any respect at all. They know like those things are so easy doing a press jogger for something. That's not comedy. It's like they work harder on the questions they have more respect for what it is and then with comedy you feel like a lot of times you come in with. Those reporters and they're like disgusted by you. Just like oh yeah you know you can fake a drama. You just really we can't fake a common is not gonna happen all right i. I sure hope you'll come back. I'll tell you this has been awesome all right good luck. Everyone watches the righteous gyms. Don't i can't we're watching being more of it tonight. It's so fucking good all right bye.
"danny mcbride" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"You just like at the bar by everyone during one hundred for sire yeah this is never going to add it's like wow you can burn through two hundred grand a lot quicker than i thought you we we as like you know so after i got hot rod while i was shooting hot rod <hes> seth rogan those guys cast me and drill bit taylor which was another comedy and then right as i got got that i got cast in heartbreak kids so it was like suddenly you know going from know movies at all to three movies back to back productions having to negotiate when i was out of one movie and when i could get into the next one and you know and it was just this like whirlwind for these like six months of like bouncing between these three movies and i met ben stiller on the heartbreak kid and yet while we're shooting. He just told me hey i'm doing this movie. Tropic thunder and there's this role would you be interested in this and he gave the script and that was i was a fan of ben's anyone else a fan of his his directing too. I always loved the cable. Guy thought it was awesome and i love reading and i thought that tropic thunder just to me seem like this is exactly the kind of movie i love i. I love that it's violent. I liked it. It's rated r. movies now. All of a sudden it goes from holy crap. I can't believe i'm working to oh jeez. I probably probably need to guide this in some direction. Do you have any notion at that time of like i mean i guess you are so protected because every thing you did you were with huge stars who yea blaming it on me. Were you thinking about that yet. After that first year i started thinking about it because i was just at this point i was i just i couldn't believe i was even getting the opportunity to do something. It was kind of crazy the idea of getting a paycheck to do something like this but as we started doing eastbound and down and we've got that we sold the pilot of eastbound down that same year as well and then as we kind of got back into like zeroing in with jody and and we're writing this it kind of like just reminded me of like i i i wanna do my own thing here and i need to make sure i don't like bruin. All this goodwill just like appearing another people stuff yeah blowing all my material out when i'm trying to do my shit shit. It's like people have already seen all the moves and it's over. You know yeah totally. I'm wondering would you have set-up eastbound like two years later when when we got into it after just from doing this way i just saw the writing on the wall with movies i really did. I was like i had convinced jodi that we should try to sell a t._v. Show he didn't and see what the upside of it was that time and i'm like. I'm telling you man like the way that this movie stuff is going with. I didn't know there was anything with this testing like our ships never gonna work here. It will never never work. Reactively are trying isolate people. Sometimes we make stuff and i'm like that's up to the recipe for success. You know i mean i would watch it. Even with i'd see guys like seth rogan and those guys are so incredible with being able to navigate that testing process like they use that shit as a tool like they're able to like go in and they're or not offended when the audience doesn't respond to joke they're able to like us all that stuff constructively like create something that works and a for us. We were like too precious. We couldn't survive that process. We would like get that criticism and instead of using it and bettering it double down and be like this fucking. These idiots don't know what they're talking. I'm going to let that be played. Klay four seconds long. Yeah we just had we had the wrong attitude for it and i think i saw the right before we shot <hes> the way it was like when ricky traces the office came out to as a comedy he goes like just sitting down and watching that all in one i was like man. This thing is affected me more than anything. I've seen in theaters lately like this is pretty incredible. I loved how small it was that you could sit down and and watch it and kind of like one long weekend yeah to me. I was like this is what we need to do like our comedy would work like this yeah. You're really lucky that you recognize that early on in. It's so true driving home. It was like what's the last movie i fucking loved the movie theater and i can name you. Fifteen shows of watching the last eighteen months that like it was my whole life for that week and fucking love and i can't wait for another thing and it's just crazy crazy how it shifted me personally way prefer television now in in general yeah i mean there's so many things competing for you that i just find like even the best movies that come out. It's like people talk about them for like a week. Yeah yeah and it's just kind of over. It's sad yeah so what's your wife's name. My wife says ghia. I wrote that down ghia but i think i was confused. It would be g <hes> yeah. That's what everyone even. When i first started dating her. I always like would just mumble her name. So i'm like no it's not i. I was with a gale for nine years. <hes> seven of those just abject failure and then started making movies in mani and i started getting to basically realize my dream had had for so many years. It was not easy on our relationship. All of a sudden i had money was very bad at sharing it in a way that did make her. You feel guilty watership but i reminded her. I bought her she hit or like. I'd complain about a bill. I paid and she was like what the fucks wrong with you like last year. You made six thousand dollars dollars this year making hundreds of thousand. You're offended by cable. I just was not good at it. I also think our whole relationship people definitely remembered her more the me she was way better looking than me and smarter and then all of a sudden people remember me everywhere we go and just it was a hard transition was yours easy or did have challenges you. You know how few little challenges but you know part of their thing that was also about being gears like we just never fight. I mean we're one of those like annoying couples that just like your getting pfizer like do do you want the comforter <hes> no. I don't want the comforter like are you sure look. If you went to comfort her just puts comforter on its don't ask me comfort so yeah you must extent of our of our fights so even inches doing this stuff. It's like kia's artist. She's like a painter photographer and <hes> and a chef and she understands this sort of lifestyle and she's self sufficiency can kind of do garrone thing. The logistics of the career are such that you're going away to shoot tropic thunder. I dunno where we get philippines or something oh and quiet okay so she either has to come right if you guys want to be together or i don't know you guys are flying back on anyways. I could see where it'd be. I would feel like shit now. I'm just kind in a little attached to this train and i'm just going wherever this guy's career takes us one hundred percent i mean i always felt that for like she. He would come with me on a lot of those early movies. Everything was happening so fast that we were just kind of like bouncing around. We live together but yeah. There was never any close calls of like. We're not going to do this anymore or anything but it was. It's been harder since we've had kids because then she can't like these getting these movies would be like an adventure. It'd be like her and i would get to go to some other country or some other another place to live and have some kind of cool experience and then once i had kids was like she couldn't just come with me and so then like i would find myself even on the coolest movie being in some weird purgatory where i'm like yeah. I feel a little weird about like going out but i'm also just bored and you know you know. Let yourself self. Enjoy it yeah exactly. I felt that pretty hard core on alien when we did that in australia and it was kind of like a little bit of a turning point for me because i'm like. I don't know if i can do this as a career here. It's like this is kinda crazy to be gone from my kids and my wife for like four months. It's like yeah so much changes that was part of what influence media like get down to charleston. I'm like you know what we can like work down there. Every time i've ever shot anything. We've always had to go back to shoot it somewhere else. We never they're never giving us enough money to shoot things in l._a. So we always find like the tax. Incentives in david green and myself are like well you know that was part of the reason why glitches go try to work somewhere where we don't have to like up route our whole lives and like miss out on so much of what's happening with our kids and yeah illy was pretty tough because that's like a dream job to work with ridley scott got a movie and a franchise like that and i found myself like loving the working experience and then just like but having to do a ton of soul-searching about what i was doing yeah right because does your like <hes>. It's a it's a it's a great privilege to get as many things as you dreamt of so i recognize it's such an enormous gift to be able to find out that maybe your dream in life isn't as important as you thought your says right. That's odd yeah. Were you a huge fan of that. Yeah yeah i i mean that was insane. I mean like you know great in that because you know it's it's fun. When you go like see a comedian. Take that swing and you're like okay how's go. Is he going to be the one who ruins the whole movie yeah totally. There's always that res- you know you say and like i was just like man. I want to be in the zone. I'm i'm not trying to bump the tone of this thing. I got to figure out how to fit into this and then like released like yeah. We cast james franco as katherine waterston husband who dies at the beginning. I'm like fuck doc. I seems to be with franken so hard to shake the idea that i'm just like one of the crew members while you're waiting for wanting to pull a joint awesome and then you also right. There's probably a voice in your head. I don't know if like my favorite comedians that have transitioned into drama is like bill murray's the high water mark where he doesn't pretend he's not bill. Murray doesn't like try to knock down everything interesting about himself for cork of his he like embraces still who he is yet pulls calls it off and so i would imagine partners.
"danny mcbride" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
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"danny mcbride" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Dot com and bill genuinely had had studied it too. I studied it for three years and i i liked it. I thought it was cool but then what happened to me is i like i got good at it and my like sense as saw like promise in me uh-huh so he moved me up to the advanced class and i was like twelve years old and i was just getting my fucking sixteen year olds seventeen year olds that i ended up just quitting. I just didn't it. Did you originally get into because you liked. Martial arts movies or were you fearful of the guys around you. I don't know what it was. I think it was just from probably from movies like growing up in the eighties like ninjas were like the coolest thing you could be absolutely. I had a bunch of throwing stars and so i thought somehow that like taking martial arts issue karate at the parks and rec would teach me how to master these three weeks i had homemade numb. Chucks dollar cut in half and put like a fucking plant can't hook in the fucking really getting into it and one would just fly off the drywall to my mom and all these i wasn't really allowed to have a knife so it was like fashioning all these kitchen knives in the mount collection of knives and stuff. My son does the same thing like he doesn't even watch. I mean culturally obviously like ninjas. Don't have the power that you awesome my sons the same way i mean like from when he was super little he was always turning things into weapons all the time yeah. I don't know what it is bad genetics yeah so you do foot this way. You know i know this guy. There's a bunch of them. In my town and you guys must have made that short shootout imagine yeah i think it was like maybe sixteen or seventeen days and where where'd they get the money for jody him and his brother and his dad like basically put it on credit cards l. y. Yeah and i think we made the whole thing for like seventy grand and then shot on film was shot on sixteen and then when it got into sundance like we had to finish the movie so then the movie's budget like blew up to four hundred thousand dollars to like get it rushed and get it into the festival and everything but it was wild. I mean honestly to this day. It's still i think my favorite thing that i've ever done that feeling of us just doing it ourselves and like when it was over with like how excited we were like we partied our asses offer like the next like eighteen hours wrapped at like i think like seven a._m. And we were like up partying you know we'd never stopped drinking the next day. I guess we should get into to the edit room at some point but we did it. You go to sundance with that in and just even like submitting it. You have a feeling when you wrap it right which is like we did this. We shot every word on the page and we went to all the locations and we did it and then there's of course you go through the second phase of indiana and then. Maybe your perspective shifts but you could sense. Can you feel like oh. We did something great a cool. I couldn't tell like it was one of those. Things like even just seeing me in. It was none of a little bit like well. This doesn't seem like a real movie. I'm in it and uh-huh and it was like even what that movie is. It's not like it's it's similar to what we do now where it doesn't hold to the standards of genre like weirdly to darkin places other times. It's silly so there was like a tone thing that i was like. Are people going to get this going to that art school. We were friends with a bunch of musicians like the other guys we'd hang out with all the time where these very talented group of musicians like ben best to create eastbound with us. He was a musician and scott joey stevens who still does all of our scores and soundtracks now and we just basically turned to those guys like help us make sense of this tone. We need like a fucking soundtrack that rocks and like like let people know when it's okay to laugh and it's okay to like feel real emotions so we can kind of q the audience into knowing that we're in on these tonal shifts chefs in so those guys like really i think helped bring it together and then we've like that's just been a recipe for everything that we really like zero in on what the music is because i think the music just really helps no matter what it is vice principals or even gemstones helps you just like the audience know that like this shift is not an accident where you're on for something here yup. I think the first time i became aware that watching movies it was like how scorsese would use that like he had this great raucous fund rolling stones song while someone's getting their ass kicked young in your life. Oh good. I'm allowed to enjoy telling me i can enjoy exactly but you know i'll do this several times while we talk and i am in no way implying making the same level of shit you you are but i'll just have made shit and i will say i too have a sense of humor that i think because i grew up around a lot of violence and i was fucking blackout drunk for years. I think that stuff's really funny because i've lived through it but then you start showing it to like an audience you realize some mice personality scarier stuff i find funny is a little too much much for people and we get that all the time like people will concert talk to us about like when you think you've gone too far and i'm just like i don't even think about any of this stuff being far at all like i feel like it just seems in order to the testing part can get a little check. Your compass a little bit one hundred percent you know honestly the testing part is what kind of made me shift my priorities once i started to finally get into this industry and figure out what i want to put my time in when we had to get like i mean i think foot fist way. I don't know why they even even tested it but they tested it and scored thirty six shall bomb and and then i realized i was like man. There's nothing we make. That's going to survive this testing testing process because we're intentionally trying to put people off with some of these things and so that that's going to be reflecting scores and it's always going to equal the same thing that none of this shit's going to score well studios gonna lose interest in it. They're not going to like they're not baton. They're not betting on alien then. We're gonna seven yeah. We'll have a fart. Come out and that everyone will be less inclined to do it with us next time yeah well. It's interesting as you. We now live in a niche model but you you didn't when you first had opportunities was very much still like no no. It's got to be as broadly appealing as positive or set but now it's all about nishi lately fleabag. I if you've seen fleeing yeah it's phenomenal. There's no way that appeals everyone but the people that appeals to i'm now. That's my religion that show and it's awesome that that's the environment now ending. It's rough yet. I feel like it's t._v. I feel feel like with movies so much has become about what those numbers are in the first weekend that it just like that's the story that's the narrative where with television i feel like it's more about people people finding shows were sharing it with their friends and it feels like a more organic way to like discover something i think yeah the days of like these movies would just hang out for three three four months and they gain momentum over the years like that. Just doesn't now happen just to make you feel feel good about not getting land of the lost. <hes> ask me conquering you for that. I remember when that like you know. I had a blast on that movie and it was just an interesting thing to kind of see like oh oh man. I don't really know what's up. I mean i thought that people would like this but people hate this along with the most likeable man and so like and you can incense that before the movies coming out like ooh okay the the initial feedback is there's not many people wanting to do pieces on the cast and you could feel it in we we were up in new york getting ready to do press for it in the movie was coming out like in two days and i was like in a hotel room with will ferrell and jimmy miller. Jimmy miller was like this is the time that you just is like. Hold on your family like focus. Go well this weekend so i was like go down to virginia it just like hang out with my friends. Though when down there it gives shit about movies and others led this weekend go past so i like caught up with some buddies and like we went out on this boat and we're out in the middle of fucking nowhere. I mean like get some redneck. Dump bar that you can only get to a by boat and we're out there. We're hanging. I haven't been looking at the trades or anything watching to see how the movie's gonna do and and the two rednecks come up to us and they recognize me and they're like oh yeah. You're in that movie man. Y'all are getting your ass kicked this weekend. Saturday at noon on my talk.
"danny mcbride" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Wabe lobbing wab a._b. Are always be recording. Oh beautiful danny first of all it's worth and i've seen the thing that someone's promoting for whatever reason but i watched the thing last night and it's fucking phenomenal. I've been talking all day about. I haven't seen it yet. The righteous gemstone. I watched the episodes one and two last night and it is flawless my favorite thing you've done so well directed. It's crazy. We're going to get into all that but i think there's a through through line for why you would even make that show in your whole life story so normally i would save your project for the end of the thing but i feel like it's going to be very relevant for okay. Yes so this show you wrote it and directed it. It's about a mega church. I mean it is gorgeous. The fucking helicopter shots with the three a._m. Jeez please and follow them on the fuck and roads and adjust every the sets. It's beautiful in a nutshell. It's a big mega church or your dad. John goodman is the patriarch's the head of the deal yep head honcho and then you and your brother are kind of i guess vying for who's second the store the gemstones basically you know john goodman's character ally amy lee who you'll meet deeper in the series who is played by jennifer nettles that country music singer and <hes> yeah they were this like dynamic christian televangelist duo. She's passed on and dad's kinda lost. He's looking to his children to maybe fill the void but but it's all in vain because the children have no do not have the tools to step up into the position yeah the apples fell real real far from patrie plays the other sibling easy patterson who was vice principal. She plays judy and she instantly just loved loved working with her ron vice-principal. She the first day she came on the sad she just had me cracking up and her role was only supposed to be something pretty small and i ended up kind of adjusting the whole show okay a little bit of like incorporating her into the show more and she's just awesome. She's so funny and when vice principals is over. I want it to try to do something else with. Are you know a lot of times. I feel like when you get comedic men and women in something together. It's always like a romantic thing and it just felt like that was boring so even even after vice principals. We're like we need to be like siblings and something so we can beat the shit out of each other and it's not about whether we're going to be in love with each other or not you know we can just go toe to toe and so we had that idea kind of developing this it's sort of like made sense to fit her in that way and then your brother is is adam. Devine had them divine. Who's he's really fantastic. I'm trying to think of the word he jumbles and i was so i was wondering if that was like an accident that you recap in or i still don't know the only time did it but i hadn't keep it interesting and i watched it like four times in a row we kept hitting ten saying. Let's see trying is trying to say but if you want the choices mind that well or something it's hysterical but it's also it has the gravity of succession and do you watch. I don't watch need to because they're going to be our lead. In oh my god it's perfect. It's monica favorite show. It's up there. We're looking ain't so forward to it coming back but it definitely has a succession vibe. That's awesome. All these shitty children kind of you know trying to get that that's where we're at in the world right just so rhode shitty and we have to figure out how to be shitting yes so when i look at your three shows that you've created eastbound and down and then vice principals and then now this this to me the thing that i'm attracted to it seems like you are just in hanley interested in exposing kind of like people that are on a pedestal or celebrated celebrated or loved and then just kinda showing that they too are pieces of shit our scumbag. Maybe an inherent interest. Maybe hypocrisy. Would you say that you're drawn to that. I definitely definitely am and i i. I'm drawn to things where like people use their job to kinda define who they are and they think that there's certain values that obviously they would have if they have this this job and then seeing that no they don't have any of these values and that was kind of the riff on eastbound was sort of the idea that you've seen that story before of like smalltown on boy goes off to the big city makes big and comes back a hero and in our version. It's like no he comes back a villain worst experienced buck them up and and even with vice the same thing as you've seen this classic story of a buddy comedy where like to unlikely people join together to go like do something together and they bond and become better better people and so we wanted to kind of just take that and just make them do something totally militias and evil and you're just like well. I don't know if i want these guys to like what they're trying to do. Yeah eastbound down. I felt like i was going to like it immediately because it's a reference to smoking and the bandit right eastbound and down headed up and trucking yup. Did you love smoking. I did i lo- smoking the band and then when we were making that show i was like you know kenny powers he. He basically thinks that he's burt. Reynolds burt reynolds movie like so all the way he approaches women people around him yeah he thinks he's burt reynolds and so when i was talking to <hes> adam mckay who was one of the executive coulda producers on him. We're trying to come up with what the name of the show was going to be and i was like a needs to feel like this burt reynolds movie like it'd be like eastbound and down or something society should be what it is well. Can it be that are we allowed to call it right from a song from another movie. We gotta get jerry reed on the phone and see what's what happened with him but you were born in georgia but you move to virginia what age you moved to virginia. I kind of bounced around. I was born in georgia and then i lived in california for a real little bit of time. My dad was a <hes> guard and the prison in lompoc there and so we lived on the prison reservation there for about three years and he got transferred to the federal bureau prison so we moved to d._c. And then that's what brought me virginia that i grew up in virginia then okay in your senior dad. Is it your dad or your stepdad. That's my dad. Mom and dad got divorced though they got divorced when i was in about sixth grade sixth grade what's dad's demeanor when he comes home from day at long poke yeah i can barely remember i mean like i have such small memories of living on that at prison reservation. What's crazy is that i went to a wedding there near lompoc a few years ago and i was kind of like i was like talking to my wife and i wonder if i could find where this house else was and i used like google earth was just trying to like because i remembered my walk from the bus stop and so i like found the bus stop was and then started kind of like trying find a use my mind to go back and i ended up finding the exact house and all these houses at the same prison reservation or they they were built like some post world war two yeah exactly and they're all just kind kind of the same i mean my only real strong memory from there as i remember like specifically one night sleeping and then an air horn like an air siren going off there have been a prison break the escape and like my dad is getting up loading a fucking god we are all like being put into the master bedroom and locked the door and i like look out the window and he just like jumps into a pickup truck with a bunch of my friends dads who were all armed just for going off to go find the prisoner a human wow. Were you just excited by or were you scared or you're like oh something great. I don't think i realized what all it really was until we kinda got out of there and then i kind of look back on it was like that's crazy that that was what his job was and that we were living raising children in the shadow of approval. You moved across the country. I'm assuming half for your kids right like. I don't want to give them a nice. Little hundred percent real childhood and the last place you go is like shadow of yeah writers island house. Oh spoke just word right but to bring folks up to speed about my personal journey with you is that you are in foot fist way. I loved loved it. I thought it was the greatest thing ever and then you and i were up for the same movie landed lost land low where we really that's insane. We're up for that movie and i'd met with the director and it was one of those rare ones where i'm like. I think i'm getting like this guy. I really see eye to eye and then you got it and i did not you're welcome by the way you had to have what you got out. Shook out all never what you think but i transitioned from a fan to just jealous of you and then i saw you on sam jones off camera and it's one of my favorite interviews i've ever watched in my life and then i got your email from somebody and i sent you an email just kind of owning you didn't need to know this but i needed to say this like i went from being a huge huge fan to being very jealous of you and then discovering i love you and i should have always loved you and i just wanted to own it and then it came at a time this interview and what was really crystal clear about you. In that interview was use seemingly at least you might be a good bullshitter doing this for the right reason the reason i would hope to always always be doing these things which is like you love hanging out with your friends and being creative and you've prioritize that and and i was so blown away by and i was feeling low career wise and i just i found it incredibly inspirational all that to say in that interview when i was watching from the outside i was always like is he a redneck or is he someone that grew up with rednecks and has the same love and obsession with them than i did growing up if i would have thought like oh you're going to make a career for yourself by like playing a character with a mullet it would have been like the last thing i would have ever imagined but it really did just kinda come from you know jody hill david greene myself we all grew up in southern towns and we're all guys like win off to art school right <hes> so we were always sort of spectators in southern culture and never really feeling feeling like we were one hundred percent. You know especially me. I moved to the south when i was in second grade so it's like i'm friends with kids who like their parents have the thickest southern accents accents in my mom's from philadelphia and you know my daddy yankee yeah and so it's like you know i <hes> i appreciate the southern culture big time and i like being a part of it. I think it's like like a nice community but at the same time i had perspective on it because i was a little bit of an outsider to it so you know some of these characters are all just basically people. I feel like i grew up around you as you probably watch that. We're five years older than us actually holding co written stuff. I don't know my town again. It wasn't southern. It was in michigan but a great many of the people that live there had all migrated up from kentucky and so there was a i've yet to observed elsewhere just a hyper masculinity andy. Oh yeah that was just like either..
"danny mcbride" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
"Break chairs over each other's backs and i desperately wanted to do a show about being a number still being jacked up and shit and but funny enough when i had that idea i was with jimmy miller for like i don't know a year. Maybe he was my manager and he's like. I love it but he's like. I don't religion. I don't know good luck selling something about religion still dicey in. Do you feel like it's like they're just really has. I guess there was big love but certainly there had that'd be talks like are they allowed to tackle this. You know who knows will happen. I mean people get outraged or anything so i mean i'm not fearful of people like being outraged but there's a part of me. Were i kind of understand in some ways while there is an outcry sometimes in hollywood tackles religion as i was like watching anything i could have like like well who else has tried to tackle space here. I think they make the mistake of like they like. Make a joke out of what people believe in yeah and i feel like that is just like kind of obnoxious. It's like that would piss me off if it's like someone who doesn't understand where i come from what i believe. The value and it's adding that that is wrong to do so i think with this show is like we don't don't we. We're not trying to say anything about what you should believe. In a way you shouldn't believe in we're not trying to comment on the bible were commenting on these hypocrites who are basically fronting this operation shen and like basing all their their value on like these morals and these ideals but then not adhering to any of themselves you know yes. That's very obvious right when when you start watching the validity of the bible or god or that version of it's not on trial at all these people who have clearly manipulated these taxed exactly ackley yeah and i totally agree. It's like i am an atheist but i have zero interest in trying to prove to someone that they'd does the right thing. I'm like if someone's happy doing x._y._z. I'm super happy. That's how i believe too yeah. You know what i'm curious about is just the town that i live in. I love charleston. I really loved being a part of that community community. It's called the holy city. You know there's <hes> oh it is yeah and like there's downtown. There's no buildings taller than the church steeples you go outside and there's like churches like every mile you know on the radio station. It's like every other stations. A religious station religion-based a big part in the lives of people there so i am curious of all all still be able to like go to restaurants out of this show comes out. I was trying to for moments of the show. I'm like just imagine right. Now that i am super that is my that my book and i believe in all that and i'm watching it. I still definitely think you're allowing those people to feel in on the joke that they're not at all being made fun of which they're not. It's not like you're painting to the audience and going lou. These idiots gobbling up this bullshit. It's never really about that and that was important to do. I mean you know my mom is still religious. I have like my my sister's religious. My aunt is a minister in atlanta so like a lot of my family is still very much involved with church and so oh they were always in the back of my head not that they all like what i do anyway right but the idea was like you know i understand they all have wicked senses of humor and they i believe what they believe. I wanna make something that they would even understand where this is coming almost think it could be more funny for them. Yeah they would identify they. I think that there's more more truth there than <hes> than what we would think yeah. It's it's absolutely incredible. I can't wait to consume all of it so you move down there. We said that i mean again your you get your own desire to go do that and then obviously it was motivated by kids and stuff. What's your anonymity level down there then. You'd be really surprised. It's been like absolutely incredible credible. I will say yeah. It's been amazing because you know when you first get there. I think people are just genuinely excited that you're there. You're part of the community and i think <hes> and then after you've been there for a few months then like people feel a little bit of ownership over you in the sense that like they don't want people to like tagger yeah. I i find that all the time that's now. The people have just been awesome to tell you the truth. It's just been such a cool place to live and i was really. Wasn't you know everything was going fine for me out here. I have a lot the friends here. The weather's great but i just found myself when i wasn't working. I really didn't know what the fuck to do with myself and once kids were getting involved. It just became so so much like harder to figure out how to just have an existence. It's like well. We can go to griffith park together and we can arrange a play date with someone who lives forty. He minutes away from here. Everything just became so scheduled in kind of like we were just bending over backwards to kind of find some kind of normality and then i got there and it's just it's been so grounded in normal fun walk out our front door. Get on bikes and just like cruise down the road all my son seven my daughter's four and it's aw it's just awesome and then you know i also feel like it puts in perspective the career to like when i was here i would drive on the road. I would see billboards and it would make me stressed out. What about like fuck. It's been a while since one of those. I need to get to work you know and yeah and then they are you kind of realize like none of this shit really matters that much. It's like we get really in our heads about an and it's important to do your best at what you wanna do but you don't need to eat sleep like even when you make something that doesn't work. It's like no one. Here's keeping tally of that. These people are just living their lives and give you never worked again. It'd be very fucking impressive as it should be like i dunno. It's good keep that perspective. It makes you feel beat yourself up so much about the stuff that doesn't work in the stuff that does and is the four year old. I have a four year old daughter and it's getting outrageously fund right now because fuck in personality is like oh yeah yeah it is she. Is she funny. She's so funny. She's the funniest i mean like. They just got in last night here. They flew in separately from side to come early in so my wife and my son and my daughter got here. They were here for like two minutes. I'd like twelve hours of press just got home. They entered my wife left something downstairs in the car so she had to go down there and within two minutes my daughter like pissed on the couch and my son took like a football sized shit the toilet and clogged and oh. It's so good to see you guys. Thanks for reminding me of my primary. I remember cleaning up. Guys will dan when we were going to bring it up. When you're on sam jones one thing that we we talked about a lot after because we both loved that episode was you were talking about reviews and how reviews are kind of bullshit and you kind of delineated comedy versus drama drama a really i thought like profound way with its math and comedy so specific because you have to like write a joke to them will pay off three scenes later and everyone thinks you're just kind of looking in the mirror and doing funny faces and it's so not that it's not i feel like it is the hardest of all to do because we sit in a theater when people watching a drama no one's reacting reacting. You're not assuming that the movies not working. You're just like oh these people you know. They're feeling it and you're an accommodation if it's like if you're in there for five six seven eight minutes and nobody's laughing. It just makes the whole thing yeah yeah you're and did you gotta climb out of yeah. There's no tricks and comedy. I can't put the perfect song with the right pushing asia and baba blonde yeah make the emotion happened with these other devices and just work but i mean it's funny even just doing press. It's like doing press for halloween or alien or this they just i don't give comedy any respect at all. They know like those things are so easy doing a press jogger for something. That's not comedy. It's like they work harder on the questions they have more respect for what it is and then with comedy you feel like a lot of times you come in with. Those reporters and they're like disgusted by you. Just like oh yeah you know you can fake a drama. You just really we can't fake a common is not gonna happen all right i. I sure hope you'll come back. I'll tell you this has been awesome all right good luck. Everyone watches the righteous gyms. Don't i can't we're watching being more of it tonight. It's so fucking good all right bye and now my favorite part of the show. The fact check with my soul mate. Monica pacman mm-hmm.
"danny mcbride" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"I don't know why he thought i would be capable of doing it but that's kinda launched us so that that was the quickest way and that's how we met will out. Which of your projects is the one that your proudest. When people come up to you that you are most invigorated talking about when you're like slicing up what the comedy is and where and how your proud of it you have one of the the shows or efforts that you've made that you're most you find most fun fun to talk about a fan with you know. I mean obviously like i love everything. I've been able to be involved with even ones that even movies. That didn't work at the box office like there's always it's always something fun and even that's so weird ride with like you're on something. That's gonna tank and people hate it that in itself. If you're someone who loves cringe comedy it's very nice to like experienced that firsthand the awkwardness of promoting a movie that no one cares out. I've been there a few times and <hes> so i mean anything like <hes> but i mean obviously the stuff that we that i write create with my friends. <hes> that's obviously means a lot more to me just because we create in burke these characters actors and so whenever you find out resonates with people it's always good. I mean i guess stuff like eastbound is <hes>. It's always funny to meet all the different types of people that respond to that show. There's no like you know singular characteristic of an eastern fan too. I've always like totally surprised by the people who watch that show and that could be an airport and be like a grandmother grandmother who says she watches it with her grandkids or you know a ten year old boy and i was like this kid is watching eastbound and down. It's all place how much of that show was was <hes> ad libbed because i imagine i just imagined the ashley schaeffer stuff being ad libbed yeah you know we we're really really hard on the scripts we were really hard on them just to get the story right and get the characters right and even just to make sure that we're we have the right people in the right. Seeing talking about the right stopped up to like allow the approach to happen so we'll you know we'll usually get we wrote and then we'll just open it up and let people just risk and <hes> yeah. I mean stuff like that. You you know you have welfare on the set or craig robinson and you know you. You'll write stuff that you can't wait to hear them say but then instantly they open their mouths. They can blow away anything that room writers writers would have come up with you know in the moment <hes> interest. That's one of the things that's so much. Fun about. Working on comedies is coming to work and not knowing where the laughs are gonna come from that ah the angry birds movie was in theaters next tuesday. He is the voice of bomb danny mcbride with us on e._s._p._n..
"danny mcbride" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"That. That's the part. I'm curious about you. Guys had had something really dangerous and edgy there. They win the bidding war and now you're doing. It and it's received how there's no way those first few shows. They thought that that character was gonna play. Is there no way they didn't they didn't at all you know there was a shakeup with leadership at eight point two so who had bought our show was no longer. They're all the time and it <hes> it was time for air so i think there was a disconnect. I think we had are like very powerful big brothers mckay farrell and they're it's kind of keeping everybody off our backs along enough but then i think once they saw it they were like this guy is a total jerk. We need to <hes> like we need to have ways to sympathize with him and that was just our whole fight. Was that like look. That will come in time. This show be boring. If we showed this guy is hard to go from episode one like this needs to be you have to <hes> evolve evolve. Your opinion up kenny has to evolve over time and that's what we wanted to kind of go up against they listen to that and then still didn't really believe they basically just told us that if we wanted to <hes> if we weren't good i listen to their notes making more like all that they wouldn't really go out of their way to market the show and it would kind of just come out and we were like well. You know i've never really seen ads for h._b._o. Billboards radio shows virginia where i'm from. It's like who cares. There's there's not billboards in new york or l._a. It's on h._b._o. People will still find it so we stuck to our guns and that we were lucky that the you know it came out and people liked it and then casey boys who is our executive at the time who was a big supporter of the show <hes> and he was just getting his start then <hes> he is now runs h._b._o. So it's been a <hes> a beautiful <hes> partnership with them. Danny mcbride with us on e._s._p._n. Radio the angered movie was in theaters next tuesday. He is the voice piece of bomb dan. Can you just tell me what was happening in your life. Where were you emotionally and everywhere else. When you were working in burbank at the crocodile oh cafe. I was done your research. I was young man who had just moved to los angeles from film school expecting being the town so welcome me with open arms and said i got a job waiting tables and bussing tables at the crocodile cafe per back it was it was a wonderful time of my life. How did it end <hes> with my girlfriend dumping me at the time and me crying in my bosses are and then leaving the restaurant and never returning they get the last five on and pay. Where did you think your life. It was like what was what was the big break. <hes> you know i came out to los angeles. Not even act came out there to really right and i was hoping to direct and and <hes> so i just wrote all the time and you know the idea that acting career is what sort of watch things for me was like nothing i was trying to do. I was going out for things. I never had a head shot. I never was imagining it. That was like a real like avenue of a career for me. I just you know went to film school north carolina so i would act in movies with my buddies and we just do it because we didn't know actors and you know jody hill who i've created eastbound west vice principals with he <hes> yeah he wanted to make this independent film north carolina. You asked me to be in it and <hes> yeah..
"danny mcbride" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"To arnold schwarzenegger because i have when i was younger and i was blown away by how short he is but if you google it it says he's six two there is no way and there are rumors that arnold schwarzenegger schwarzenegger runs away from photographs <hes> so people can't so he can't be put it on the poll. Guillermo does arnold schwarzenegger run away from photograph autographed so people can see how tiny actually is now that he's shrunken after all those <hes> decades of steroid use the ermo. Can i please get the billy bunt story. I'm tiny here. I didn't know you did a limited limited schwarzenegger if you want him to chime and wherever it is you've got him on this billy bunt story. I'd like to hear the stories from billy's little league that will explain how he was shaped billie. Tell us about this marvelous bunt and maybe we will. Maybe we won't hear from fake schwarzenegger in the middle of your gambling storytelling. I remembered another highlight that they they had this. Please get to the first one and then we'll get to the second highlight billy. Welcome back all right so there were he was the fourth inning or so. I'd say nobody on base. I mean all these details. Basically it just bunted the ball. They threw it over the first basements head. It went into right field. I got third base. They threw it to third base. He missed it and i went home and and i mean when you tell it it's not as it's not as impactful to you as it was for me to the second one here this one second second year of tee ball shut up. I was looking forward. Squeeze out feel free to work with your teammates billy while yemen go ahead second year of tee ball. All everybody knows second year of tee balls. The breakout year four and five is usually when you play t-ball and the five year olds dominate tiba four year olds still getting their feet wet and learning how to play the game but when you're five years old you can dominate a t. ball game. If you know how to do it so i was up. Bases loaded crushed the ball off the tee over. Everybody's he's head grand slam great day right. I hit a grand slam and tibo until i came up later and hit another grand slam. That's right two grand slams giving you one day tibo right here m._v._p. Grant salami to me is getting worse it really as always we beat the joke into the ground until it's not funny anymore. It's what we do so as i mentioned danny mcbride gonna be with us in a half hour. He's really creative waited on goofy kenny power if you're not familiar with the actor's name <hes> billy while you were gone and we will get whatever's to got in thinking on the cowboys about jack being wack in a second because he on during the break. She's just sounded for hours now like a duck calling back wack until we'll get to that in a second but billy i feel like i marsh larry if you're not familiar because you've been on your honeymoon. You don't know what's been going on around here and we've developed developed a bit of a beef with mark shaw with. I guess i'll play the whole thing for billy 'cause he's been off the grid and he hasn't been available to us. There have been all all sorts of things happening here. The last ten days including his job being threatened <hes>. We've gotten into beefs. I don't even know if you know there's billy. I had to go to new york to meet the president president of the company over some stuff. I don't think you know anything about that. Like a lot happened. While you were away on your honeymoon i made a pizza. He made a pizza yes and put it over his head yesterday. What kind but let's go here and explain to billy march. Larry came into our life recently. Do you know anything about this billy because he's been teaching us how to be more manly. Billy bunt needs to be more manly needs to be more confident needs to repress his feelings of fear and sadness. You know anything about march slurs his work on this front. I've seen of his work on that. Okay do it other dishes of man one..
"danny mcbride" Discussed on Filmhaus
"Well, I thought the idea that you know, she was going to trap him in her, you know, house of horrors and kill him. Finally was interesting. But the every part of her planning didn't actually work at all. Like, it was all very end of it worked. They manage to trap him shawl. Yeah. That's it. I did like her having like the rolling gates on her room. So she was like securing the house. She's like, okay. This cleared cl- close it off. And I was like the way she did with all of the empty rooms the room filled with mannequins and Room room filled filled. closet that she doesn't even know. What's in like, that's that was that was my big problem with this move. She has this house talk about she has this house. They show in the house. They talk about how she's pushed her family away. Because you got this deathtrap house that SuperFood perfect house. She shouldn't be the victim in her own home. That's where she should be in control have them fight somewhere else. But then at the end of the movie in the third act, or whatever she goes to the house in Otit now, she's in control now, he's in a room full of mannequins, and she's behind one of the mannequins when he thinks she's she thinks he's in the closet. No, she's being on the mannequins. But she goes into the room full of mannequins thinks he's in the closet and then get scared when he pops out from behind one of her manic like to me that shit is just dumb. That is really stupid. I think it's frustrating because you can see a way that it could be good. Yeah. You just didn't take that way. And it doesn't seem like it's that hod. Also could we talk about the line where the dad goes, oh, I got paid up butter on my penis. So. What that meant. Did anyone else know because I that distracted me for good? Like that is Danny McBride human. Basically what that is. And it was eighty ordinance to give a lighter moment there. But it was bad felt like you felt like they're all right. We got the scene just do one and share whatever you want. We'll get a real reaction out of the of the people around you. And then they he said that actor said that or whatever and there are heart. That's funny. That would have happened in Arizona circle. I love the actor Toby hus- incredible like him alive of acting was good. I thought the really good little boys. You're going to die. Dave he's gone from. I he was wonderful. Well, there's also the bond me seem which I didn't need. There was a lot of that. All they took ten minutes out of the movie for the two cops to discuss what bond me is like visited admire lunch. And it's a brownie. I'm like, thanks, Dan. Larry very much screamed again of Danny McBride. Like, oh, we need a comedy scene here. It's like two separate people wrote to two different things. It's just very weird. How this movie you're like, okay? Now surprise me you set everything up to surprise me. And then it does exactly what you would imagine. Like, everyone is stupid. Everyone goes the wrong way. There's a point the gulls friend who just hitting on. And she's just had a fight with our ex fucking. That I don't know what's going on. I don't know if that was just like not to get into the genders and everything like that. And but like in terms of toxic city, and like stuff that scene afterwards where her boyfriend cheats on her at this party that they came to together and then calls her the asshole throws her phone away. And then the other guy comes with her immediately hits on her. And then when she's like what the fuck he goes, please don't tell your please, male friend. I want him to be mad at and I'm like, I'm like are. We supposed to hate this guy. I think they wanted us to hate that nerd and not feel sorry for him. I guess, but I don't know. It's just so there's so many weird. So Hellene historically these movies have have had like a slant of the implied notion that Michael Myers has been dead against women to that's an undercurrent through them..
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"Be lashing out at her mom and her cozy relationship with hardware, even with the family and get some security for the back of house and cameras and everything because that's what he did. He came in through the. He's you know out all these, you know, where you went up against. I mean, they're strong, isn't it? A canyon. Yes. There is access to people's houses. If you really want to get into somebody's house. Yeah. You can do. All right. Megan Markle and prince Harry's still enjoying their tour down under and they're teasing that they have in their possession, a long list of potential baby names. Megan said, we've been given a long list of names for everyone, and we're going to sit down and have a look at them. Meaning the Queen. What are here? The list of names can choose the third second third and fourth where you can have the first name, right? Yes. Exactly. Something to look at on the Laurie and Julia show page on mytalk one zero seven one dot com. This afternoon would be Carrie Underwood celebrating her CMT artist of the year honor she were to glittery dresses one of the dresses as quite fabulous. Long-sleeve sequin gown, well, actually, not a gallon. It's a mini dress. Yeah. Going right over here bump gorgeous. She must have been like four and a half or five months pregnant by the time. She announced she was pregnant. In may they don't announce pregnancy till four months. Gary at least especially because she had three miscarriages and the kids were far along and all of them. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. So if you wanna go check out Carrie Underwood, you can do that riana doing some blogging now for fen t- beauty. She's gonna be doing this every Tuesday you guys. So if you want Riyan is beauty tips, go watch her tutorial, Tuesday's her first one star where it's on YouTube, and you can watch hashtag chill out is her first tour how he's going very very nineties. You guys did you know that frosted mov lips are back. Frosted people back in my bag. You're ready to go. Julia. Then midnight the nineties trusted live. I never went dark though. Because it doesn't look good on me but good frosted pink. Yes. And she also is sporting the scandal ice, which is the sparkley lilac color. So you can watch those tutorial Tuesday's gonna people are gonna go crazy for she's gorgeous. And her makeup is awesome. Camille grammer getting married this weekend in Hawaii. If you were to believe page six as this is going to be the second time that she is tying the notch. She's getting married to lawyer David Meyer. Now, what are you guys know about this guy? Do you think he's good for her? Good for Camille. I do I think. She kind of alluded to him. I don't think we met him on the real house face of Beverly Hills. But she was with that not nice guy. Yeah. You know, he's not in the business. Yeah. He's a business. I think it's good. Yeah. Kids like mandated for a couple of years. Now, a well and Kyle Richards and teddy Mellencamp stars of the real housewives of Everley hills were spotted boarding a Hawaiian airlines flight today no yesterday because today's Thursday with their husbands. So they're probably going to be joining the festivities, and this will be the maybe they'll be a little a little of the actual wedding. But maybe we'll get a little filming. Yeah. That'd be. In hawaii. Absolutely. You know, Kyle Richards was in Halloween original Halloween was here's one of the one of the kids that Laurie strode was babysitting. She may have been was one of the little kid and that movie, by the way, our four stars is supposed to be fantastic. It's co written by Danny McBride, the comedian who did eastbound and down. He also did vice principal so that's gonna be really fun to open this weekend or next week. I think it's this weekend. Hey, you give opens this weekend? But I was looking at the red. And I thought that's weird. They Kyle Richards is on the red carpet and then standing next to Michael Myers.
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"danny mcbride" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast
"You know, people get so subjective when it's deja talking about putting on a dress Necas get woke his to the nuance of everything. But if somebody came up to you and said, well, you know putting on a dress. I mean, it's funny if a white man put on dress, she wouldn't have probably you would find the reason why you can stay offended or whatever. So I don't know. It just feels kind of hypocritical. To me some of the result, some of the backlash because I know these people in our culture, our cultural, like Staples of like, oh yeah, that was when you know, Dragonfly Jones, Nick, we laugh. We have shirks about Dragonfly. John. Why? And I think for me the could somebody put in the teaching artists. It's is is up to personal perspective because if you feel like the intention is bad bucket, you know you could like school is cool. So a lot of it is subjective, and that's the thing people kind of pick and choose appropriation was not appropriation was mockery was not mockery and negative fend about certain things, and I understand because get offended about certain things, certain people coming out coach, I completely understand that. But when you as far as people go and other people's coach that's supposed to understand and always true on a pass is quote, unquote that we kinda give out to certain foes, like Danny McBride, half his careers that he is a white dude that will say some shit in like a or bonding or whatever you wanna call it and we'll kind of, you know, it's kind of funny. Like, I mean, maybe there was black people that have never seen it for him, but I just know in general, he's not the kind of do that. I typically see a whole bunch of shitting my Tom on about, we need to get him. Out of the culture, blah, blah, blah, and it's about where you draw people's personalized because you've said before people's likes, the dislikes, or whether they'll let you appropriate or whether it's mockery all is continuing. Don't like you or not. If you don't like somebody is always going to be caught appropriation a matter how it doesn't matter. No matter intentions or not if you're like, but that nigga is going to be. I don't care what you do is never right. And I mean, maybe it's different because of the model minority myth, Asia people have placed upon them and some of the privilege that comes with that and stuff like that. I'm sure that plays into a part of it as well because it's a deeper conversation, but. Yet. That was one of those things where I was I, you know it may. I'm glad it happened because it made me think. And I was like, yeah, I have no dog in this fight. 'cause I legitimately enjoyed both. Lin's is love afro. Samrai's deal on that sheet to come back. Right. You know what I'm saying? Like we, we do this to other folks, but it's only when it happens to us that we become like, right. It's like, we're, we're the fucking angels in every and we would never, and most focus coming here and do this and I'm like, but we do it. Yeah, it's always a crossing of cultures when it comes to certain things. Everybody if you talk to most famous people got across the bore. Most of the people that have been long lasting superstar, they'll tell you, they're John real is a little bit of everybody. They'll tell you their name, white Boca black folks..
"danny mcbride" Discussed on Harmontown
"His bolo jacob henrik arcoiris all over my danny mcbride earlier bears mr dupuis ed and it's entitled lists and it's it's it's fucking jeff in appropriate hair yes eric danny embassy and get back in the horrors years europe air is thing is so i rocca i th there's there's an interesting point there which is the or or the least interesting point of all because i eat notice that it's like oh this whole aglow the liberal media and the liberal entertainers in the comedians i go we will we don't like the thing and then the other at any notice all the i think i think there is like a theme there where it's like that is exactly how he'd react he'd react as if he was in jail big to this movie and the horrible choice had been made that didn't have to be made he didn't have to go there what a shame which is exactly what kneeling before the anthem as it well why do they have to this this game of football where my corporation owns these gladiators who go out and mangled their spines for me like it was it was perfect it's already fine who cares that everyone doing it has this opinion just get rid of that opinion i think that's so inconvenient and so stoop it of them like how why would they want to do that to a great game like football they are the game of football wake what are you going to do without them i guess you'll replace them with leg worst football players that love the dash i didn't i don't want sports did they need did anybody i dunno thanks i don't know what to do i didn't sending nailing there were some arm linking a couple of guys one guy.
"danny mcbride" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe
"Yeah bill paxton character who was the a hole in the beginning of the movie utter a whole that was like the jerk the bully from high school type character you love him at the end why because his character evolved during the movie he had an arc even that secondary character had an awesome cool and he was yeah and he was hilarious and i had a danny mcbride was supposed to be that character in this gosh and jail fell flat that's true but i i do again lake and it's so funny because it sounds like i'm defending this movin i of all of us probably hate it that's why i think what i'm defending a sort of a sean specific issue i don't think we need as much of that in a good horror film where necessary agree because first of all just kicked connecting to the characters raises the stakes it makes you care more so you feel it more you're feeling more about what's going on it but here's the problem the expendable characters saying that's more of a high school slasher type of movie let's just horror genre but it doesn't work here because we're we're we're looking at people that are supposed to be intelligent yet again base they're supposed to know they have protocols they know when they land on a ship on a planet that they have to check the environment they can't just jump off in the water of that planet or find the mega ruined city with eighteen million cadavres lying around enormous giant alien spatial which fate otaly totally missed from whatever cursory analysis they did of this world die of two two comments i gotta make though so the now if you're hopefully you saw the movie so you understand what i'm saying but there's two synthetic humans in this movie and they they look identical to each other one of them is a later version of the other but they all kate they came from the same mould or whatever however you want to say it.