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"darren aronofsky" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

Bob and Sheri

07:51 min | Last week

"darren aronofsky" Discussed on Bob and Sheri

"You out, imagine setting through it for two hours. Oh my God, obviously this is high concept that didn't work. Would you say that? I don't even know what this is. Here's what I will say. It's rated R for strong, disturbing, violent content. There's some sexuality. There's some nudity and some language. Let me go ahead and say if you take your kid to see this movie, DSS should be waiting outside to put you in handcuffs, okay? Now, all the random bizarre existential craziness is what it is. But this whole baby thing can not be unseen and the director Darren Aronofsky should have his ass beat. That's just why. I don't even want to ask what the whole baby scene is. No, no, no, you don't want to know, bob. You don't want to know. That sounds disturbing. Whom I have loved your entire career. She is now dead to me. She is dead to me. And not only did she read the script and still do the movie, she's getting mad at this frosty, whatever he's dang name is. This is ridiculous. This, my Friends, is an example of how out of touch with the real world, the self congratulatory Hollywood film industry actually is. Aronofsky says he doesn't care if people love it or hate it as long as they're discussing it. And he wants to reaction and he wants for people to remember their experience. Let me go ahead and say, I hated it. It made me want to throw up. I'm through talking about it, and I'm trying to forget it, even as I speak. My score on this is a scraping from the bottom of my shoe. That's what I. Is this worse than this is the worst. The butt. It's worse than Bucky Larson, born to be a star. Listen, listen, I'm going to order their Bucky Larson box set. Okay? I'm telling you. This is the worst movie ever made, you're saying. It is the worst movie ever made. It's a nightmare. It is ridiculous. It is, there was a group of people in there, we all stood up at the same time and we all just looked at each other and we just shook our heads and we just walked plan 9 from outer space bad where you need to see it for the entertainment. It's just a waste of time. No. There's no entertainment you feel dirty, you feel bad, you feel it's horrible. It's horrible. It's horrible. Oh my gosh, this is the worst review you've ever given a movie. It's the worst thing ever. It is the worst thing ever. And right now, in his car, there's a guy saying, I got to see that. Yes. Exactly. I got super submitted. It is bad as it is. And if you give them your money, that's your fault. Jennifer Lawrence says she's not going to make another movie for at least two years. I hope she never makes another one. I hope she stays at home. See her on a talk show. I don't even want to think nothing. Nothing. I'm sick of her. See, I'm done with her. All right. So if you're just joining us, the people's movie critic didn't care for mother. Right. He gave it. He gave it something scraped off the bottom of his shoe. This is unbelievable. I can't even believe it's up like this could even happen in this country. This street ridiculous. Can we ask the next time you do a review? Could you get a little emotion into it? Yeah, exactly. There he is. Bob and sherry are giving you a necklace a day in May. Beautiful necklaces from Landon lacy jewelry. Just post a pic with your bestie and we will randomly select winners. Best friend. Choose from a pearl drop or black pearl necklace. That is so beautiful. And her and bob and sherry dot com and hit the contest tab. From Landon lacy jewelry at Landon lacy dot com. And bob and sherry. Leave us a talk. Talk back with the free bob and cherry app. Did you know, did you know that by replacing your potato chips with grapefruit as a snack? You can lose up to 90% of what little joy you still have left in your life. Just so true. Just like that. And speaking, speaking of food. There was some joy in bob's dining room last night. You know, I told you that Madison has come for a visit with her new dog, Dudley, and that's been very good. Dogs are getting to know each other a little bit. And we've been on the keto diet. When I say we marry, but she does the cooking around here. And so she ain't gonna be cooking two meals. So it's been a lot of chicken and beans. And chicken and cauliflower. And chicken and Brussels sprouts. And chicken. And more chicken. Well, last night, we had spaghetti bolognese. Were you a very good, 'cause Madison's home? I was gonna say, did you do something good? Were you a go? No. No, I'd never do anything good. Ask anybody around here. But Madison is here. And so her mother wanted to make her feel like it was back in middle school and she loves spaghetti bolognese, Mary makes it fantastic. And so we had that. We had red. Rolls with a spaghetti bolognese, and strawberries with whipped cream, ready whipped cream on top of it for dessert. Are you living? Yeah. Yeah. And then I was told there's good news and bad news. And I said, what's the good news? She said there's going to be a whole lot more of dinners like this. Throughout the summer. I want that's great. What's the bad news? Hamptons come in home as decided to live with us not his father or stay in an apartment and work at school. Good. And it's good. I'm going to eat better. That's the good news. You know, he's not eating keto. I can tell you that. We're going to be having spaghetti. We're going to be having, I don't know, ribs or hamburgers or something like that. I'm trying to cut back on meat for a variety of reasons. But anyway, the spaghetti bolognese, I kind of fell off the wagon before anybody emails me. Yeah, yeah, she's got some sort of an agreement. And I don't want to know about the agreement, but the agreement loosely says this summer, there's not going to be sleep until two in the afternoon. There's going to be studying and a working. You're going to have to make some money so that you have some cash to take back to school. And so she would not agree to this. She was saying, you know, I know your dad lives in a lovely house out in the country, and that's where you're going to be living out in the country or near your college. You can find a place. So he agreed and he's going to be he's going to be with us. But got to sign contract between the two of them. So it should be. It's going to be next year. Well, look, you have to look on the bright side. You'll eat better. Now, there will be no additional services performed for the pets and no one will clean anything or cut grass, but you will eat better and as long as you're realistic and you set those realistic expectations to be fine. Don't have any crazy ideas that he's going to start cleaning up after the cat..

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"darren aronofsky" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

06:55 min | 3 weeks ago

"darren aronofsky" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

"But to give you another example that's maybe more important, my son said to me, yesterday, if the power goes out, what's to stop the elevator from plummeting to the basement and killing us. And I looked it up and it turns out that elevator breaks work the opposite of the way you think. The default is that the elevator breaks are clamped on the elevator, and they only are released when there is an electric current. So the electromagnetism opens them up. So if the electricity goes out, if there's a blackout, the brakes automatically clamp on, which is the opposite of what I would have thought you need to activate the brakes. But some genius said, this is a better system. So whoever it is, thank you for that. I'm sure you saved my life. I love these word riddles and you know one came to mind. I'm not going to get it totally right, but this is from like 20 years ago. I was 25 years ago. They could be so simple. There's a woman who's afraid. She's afraid because she can't go home because the man with the mask is there. Who is the man in the mask? And then the person who's attempting to answer it can ask yes or no questions. This is sort of a common game that we would play. And you can think about it, you can go through all sorts of hoops and ultimately in this example. It's a game of baseball. For it to go to home. I love that one. Yeah. Sometimes I've heard it as two men in masks. Yeah. Yeah, that would be a better way of phrasing it. For sure. What are these types? I mean, are they just known as riddles? Those are sometimes called lateral thinking. And again, the idea is lateral thinking involves totally reframing. And looking at what your assumptions are, which again, I think, is crucial in thinking about real life problems. And a very fair. So I'm surprised that you even gave them up because they are very Ferris ways of thinking. I think I was just encountering them piecemeal and didn't know where to find a collection of them. I think that's probably what it came down to is that I would very once in a blue moon run into something. I remember another one, which was and you probably know the better phrasing, but it was something like there's a man in a room. He's dead on the floor and there are 53 bicycles in the room. What happened? He was cheating at cards. Right. Right, yeah, the bicycle cards. I love that. I can send you a website with all of them. I don't have it all. Or you can buy my book. Get the book folks. Shameless. You gotta be shameless sometimes, especially on podcasts. That's right. If you were choosing for yourself kind of best bang for the buck puzzles. And by bang for the buck, I mean, puzzles that are enjoyable slash interesting enough that you'll keep doing them, but that also seem to have an impact on the rest of your life. And that can be super broad, right? It could help you sleep. It could help you with your thinking. It could help in any way. Are there any particular types of puzzles that kind of make the final cut if you think about them through that lens? I guess I would break it down into what is your goal. So if your goal again is to go to sleep, then jigsaws are very meditative. If your goal is to learn how to think, then find one of these lateral thinking puzzles or one of these incredibly hard British crosswords. Also, one of my favorite genres that I knew very little about is Japanese puzzle boxes. So I would recommend that for just for pure wonder and awe. And these are actually went to Japan where they make them. And they are wooden boxes, but their works of art, they're gorgeous and they're locked, and you have to manipulate them, sometimes it's spinning them, sometimes as turning them upside down. Sometimes it's moving hundred slats in a certain order to open them. And they have become this cult, and there are people who pay thousands of dollars, tens of thousands of dollars for the most rarest of these puzzle boxes. Apparently, Russian oligarchs buy them out where they used to. I don't know if they can afford it anymore. Hopefully not. These things are really extraordinary. And I will say, I'm Friends with, you might know him, John ruling, his expertise is gift ology. It's all about giving gifts and how they can make your life better and make other people's lives better. They make these boxes and all sorts of themes, so I gave my editor a Japanese puzzle box in the shape of a book. So if you were looking for a great gift or you're looking for something to inspire, wonder and awe. That's a beautiful object. That's a good one. Japanese puzzle boxes. I've actually seen some of these in person in Japan because as you may or may not know, live there is an exchange student for a year. I've gone back many times since. And they are stunningly beautiful. And very intricate. I mean, you'll have, as you mentioned, some you have to turn upside down because there are ball bearings or other weight loaded components that will shift only if you tilt them at a certain direction. Absolutely stunning. I was hoping to bring this up because my latest book I got is this, which makes me think of a lot about Japan. Anyway, not relevant to the conversation, but visions of Japan by Kawasaki hussie's masterpieces. A lot of people don't hope because I would have been becoming more and more interested in other wood block based artists and need to thank Maria popova for that reference. Oh, yeah, she's great. And by the way, have you ever had Darren Aronofsky on the board? I have a long time ago. Long time ago. Because he is super into a puzzle boxes, and he actually designed one of the most intricate, I mean, he commissioned one of the most intricate puzzle boxes ever. It's a desk by this artist named Kagan Kagan sound. And the desk has 22 secret puzzles in it. And it took Kagan four years to make. He lives in Colorado and it literally is like one of Darren's movies. It drove him crazy. Oh no. Exactly. So yeah, they are really remarkable. Well, let's talk about the shadow side of puzzles. It drove him crazy. Yeah, there is a there is a shadow. I see a bullet here tackling a logic puzzle that literally drives people insane and has spawned a hundred philosophy papers. Please tell me more about this. Oh yes, this is called the sleeping beauty problem. And it's a cousin of the Monty Hall problem. Do you know the Monty Hall problem? I don't. I don't know that either. Maybe you could explain. The Monty Hall problem is a very famous puzzle, very controversial. And it was popularized by Marilyn vos savant. I don't know if you've had her on the show this woman who says she's got the highest IQ ever. So she wrote a column in parade.

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"darren aronofsky" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

04:40 min | 2 months ago

"darren aronofsky" Discussed on Doughboys

"It's begun wives, the tournament of champions has begun. Our guests are applauding a mutely on their screens because they have much madness. In other World War has also possibly started, but the tournament of chompy. But the tournament of chomps has begun. That's the headline. And Mitch, we have so much business to get to. All the sad reality of the world. We should just skip the sad reason. I was going to gloss over it. I was not going to bring it up even at this level. Yeah, let's just ignore it, I think. I think that's people are looking for an escape from that right now. Or they're just so afflicted with munch madness that they can't think about anything else, but sandwiches. That's probably it. That's probably it. They're probably obsessed with munch madness, like you were saying. That's what it is. I hope everyone has filled out their brackets at challenge dot com. Hold on a second. Oh my God, I'm playing drops right now. There's a multiple dress. Oh boy. There's an issue. Mitch I can display the drop if you want. There's an issue that they're all playing. Well, we're not hearing them. So it's okay. I know, I know it's driving me insane, hold on. Are you sure they're playing? You're not just hearing them in your head. No, no, hold on. Emma's happening. Mitch, I think you have much madness. That's what's going on. No, I don't have much madness. You do. There's like four of the same drop playing at the same time. Where are they? They're closing some tabs. It's going insane. I'm going insane. Start closing some tabs. Yeah. The tabs are closed. Okay. They'll just stopped. Okay, great. All right, great. Fuck. Fuck. Are you okay? What the fuck? You are shaking. I've never seen this. This is okay. All right, Emma, you just gotta play this drop, okay? Emma, you gonna play this drop in the face. That was scared me. What is this black swan? What the fuck is going on? Why is Mitch having an Darren Aronofsky moment? This is insane. It all put in this is insane. It's fine. Everything's fine. Oh, Jesus. Anyways. To clear yourself. There's a bad stuff going on in Ukraine. Shout out to all Ukraine. Why did you bring that up? Yes. But yes, the solidarity there and suffering through that. Hope everyone with friends and family there is okay. I did want to say Mitch. This is something that we talked about. The world's bad. Everyone knows that. That's a truism. We don't even need to iterate it on here. People just know that the world is bad going in. That's why they're listening to a podcast about chain restaurants. You know who I think fucked up the most. Misses Putin, Putin's mom. Here we go. Fucking shitty ass mom. She sucks. Spare the rod spoil the child they say. Me thinks madam Putin followed that advice. I agree. She fucked up big time. Anyways. We had, we had to, but wags, I'll do what you, I'll follow your lead. Don't look up as they say. We won't look. Don't look up. Everyone out there just don't look up. As a former funnier die employer once said, don't look up. Don't look up. You know what? You know what vacation doesn't look down. Looked in the fucking trash bins a funnier or die seemed fucking a hundred plastic water bottles. Look, you're getting a $100 a day. To make branded content for Nissan. Filled with water. Don't look down. Look straight ahead. Look into the camera. Look straight ahead. Mitch and two hours, hey Emma, you got to cut that out. What's going on? He's not going to put me in one of his movies. That's what's going to happen. Shut the fuck up, sus. All right, go ahead. Introduce us. I just got a traffic for three hours. I'm fucking riled up, all right? I'm sorry. Yeah, I know. We can tell you're riled up. It's obvious. I was going to say, I thought it would be fun to say what we said on the last episode, which is that you're mister slice of bread instead of just mister slice and I'm not the burger boy I'm the sandwich lad for this book. So I just want to let everyone know who's on the Patreon. Okay, great. Emma, do you have the drop to play? Yeah, here you go. And.

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"darren aronofsky" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

08:56 min | 5 months ago

"darren aronofsky" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"It only takes one mistake to change your life or someone else's forever. Remember, drive sober or get pulled over. Let me ask mister was it Sinclair that made the decision to I don't want to say pull the plug but to kind of end the operations as the way they are? Yes. Okay. Gotcha. Probably because of all the money they spent during the pandemic. Well, let's go back to when do you think Ring of Honor was at its peak from a, I guess from a business wise for perception wise, probably in 2000 6 through 9, you know, as I said before, we got to go to the UK. That was a huge deal for us. And Japan, we were the darlings at the time. We were the cool kids at the time. Wow, yeah. And then we get approached by Darren on and offski, who's doing the wrestler movie. And Darren Aronofsky, his thought process was the closing scene. He wanted to obviously you've seen the movie. He wanted that character to have that last match at what looked like a prestigious kind of independent, a big show. Yeah. He couldn't work with WWE. He TNA, I guess, I don't know if he spoke to them. But he's based in Brooklyn. So he wanted to do everything in the New York New Jersey area. Right. And he approached us. And they came to a show at the Hammerstein. And the movie wasn't even a go yet. And he wanted to, can we come and look around? Is it okay if we go in the back? I'm like, sure. And then one of the right hand man calls the day of the show and says, listen, we're coming and we appreciate it, but we're bringing someone and we don't want the word to get out. Fine. Well, it was Nicholas cage. Wow. And Nicholas cage was slated to be in the Mickey Rourke role. Probably in the end was he wanted more money than the whole budget of the movie. And there I am. Little old Carrie silken sitting in the back in the dressing room. And I got ski on one side and I'm looking across from Nicolas Cage. And you know, give me Al Pacino. Give me Dustin Hoffman. Give me Robert De Niro. I'm an older guy that feels cage is a great actor, but I wasn't like a huge fan. It wasn't like I'm meeting frigging Mick Jagger, holy shit. There he is. So we're in the back. And everyone, you know, Nigel's there, this one. Everyone's being cruel. And Nicolas Cage looks over at me. Cross the table in the back, and he says, he points to like Nigel. He goes, why is he a good wrestler? I go, well, I mean, he's got a great personality. He knows how to wrestle. He's from Britain. He brings a different style. Then he points over at necro butcher. Why is he a good wrestler? He feels like he does like a hardcore thing. You know, it's like a flooding gut style. And he's going around the room, pointing at this one and pointed at that one. And I'm running out of answers. Finally. He's stands up. And he's very thin. He's like 6 two and he said he goes. So what would make me a good wrestler? And I'm like, well, you know, guys like Bret Hart and Chris Jericho and Shawn Michaels, you know, they aren't like the biggest guys, but you know they have personality and they know how to work a crowd and I'm sure you could do that. So that was my experience with Nicolas Cage. So they brought me so we got signed on to the movie when the budget got cleared. They brought Mickey Rourke in and that was a great experience, doing that. This was sort of and I thought, holy shit, Mickey Rourke gets nominated for an Academy Award. Then in the end of the movie, Bruce Springsteen did the closet. I'm like, this is huge. Logos and banners were everywhere in the movie. They didn't, you know, it's fine. Yeah. But you know what, Chris? Didn't mean a damn thing. Didn't push the needle. I'm thinking that college kids are going to come out. The hipsters, every now, the movie got, you know, it was popular, but you know, maybe it's Mickey Rourke, but won the Academy Award. What do you think that it was that kind of limited Ring of Honor from getting bigger and getting that spotlight that you're talking about? Just in general, because it always kind of just hit a certain level and that was that was it. We never got we never were able to get live TV. Gotcha. And, you know, if we play, if we play Monday morning, quarterback, and it is Monday morning. You need live TV in this day and age. What do you think? Same thing. I think it was always kind of slotted as a modern day ECW, which in the 90s was cool, but as you move on to the 2000s and 2010, the look of it, it just kind of looks small. And there's a niche for it, but I think once new Japan kind of got more TV and kind of infiltrated, I really think when Cody and the bucks and I don't Kenny wasn't there all the time, but hangman when AW began to kind of that core group out that probably heard as well. But I think like you said, it never had the big time national television. Right. When in the 2015 1617 era, when Cody came in, maybe it was 1617. And the bucks came, the busts were, you know, because of the bullet club thing. Right. That was a big deal. And we started popping for us, some good houses. What's a good house for us, 2000 people? WrestleMania weekend. We did 7000 people in New Orleans. And there was one in Orlando. We did about the same amount. But that was in the era with Cody in the box. And Kazarian and lethal, but lethal was there. The Briscoe's were there. You know, the old school Ring of Honor guys and then you got them all. Let's talk a little bit about final battle. Just kind of tell us the genesis of that show because like I said, I'm currently in London, so I didn't see the show, but I read the reports and you had FTR showing up and you had a lot of special surprises, AW guys were involved. How important was this show and how were you able to put it together to have all these guys on it? Well, our Booker delirious. He reached out and Diana perazzo made an appearance. Bronze stroman made an appearance. How about that? Yeah. And not to mention FTR. And Jay lethal was in the main event. He replaced benite all right. I'm very close to people. And he'll hear this and when he powdered out a little early, I thought, I said, Jay, he can't stay to the final bat. This is a vinyl because carrying the wrestling market is very flooded with wrestlers. You know, they talk about it's a golden era. But there's guys, you know, now there's going to be another 30, 40 guys on the right. All right, all right. So it was poetic justice to have Jay back. You know, with bandido and not feel testing positive for COVID. So yeah, lethal and Jonathan Gresham. But yeah, Chris, it was forgetting the melancholy part of it. It was a magic night..

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"darren aronofsky" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"darren aronofsky" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Coning 10 House Republicans book their party and voted yesterday to impeach President Trump on the charge of inciting an insurrection. One explains his vote. This is one of those Moments where the politics of the moment is completely overshadowed by the gravity of history that's gonna look down on. I'm David. First it's morning edition from NPR and W N. Y. C. We'll talk with central New Jersey Democrat Tom Malinowski about his vote to impeach again. Black officers around the country. You're speaking out about the riot at the U. S Capitol last week, and Thrasher the magazine for Skateboarders by skateboarders turns 40. We can fit 40 candles on a skateboard shaped cake, right? It's Thursday, January 14th. The news is next. Lie from NPR news on Corvo Coleman. Now that the House of Representatives has impeached President Trump the article of impeachment is waiting to be transmitted to the Senate. NPR's Windsor Johnston reports. The case is not expected to be tried in that chamber until after President elect Joe Biden is sworn into office. 10. Republicans voted with House Democrats to charge President Trump with incitement of an insurrection for his role in last week's violent attack on the Capitol building. Congressman Adam Kinzinger, who was one of them tells NPR that there's a significant chance that the Senate will vote to convict the president in the Senate. I think after the insurrection, only six or seven senators voted to object. The election is still at 130 in Congress. Politics infect the house a lot more said. You know, I think there's going to be people regretting their no vote. As more information comes out. The next step in the process is transmitting The article of impeachment to the Senate, then preparation for a trial. Winter Johnston. NPR NEWS Washington House Democrats are instituting new security measures and fines relating to the use of masks and metal detectors following last week's attack on the U. S. Capitol. NPR's Susan Davis has more. At least three Democrats have tested positive for Corona virus and sheltering in place last week during the attack with Republicans who refused to wear masks. Democrats are instituting a new find system for lawmakers who refused to wear masks on the House floor, $500 for the first defense and $2500 for the second. Democrats have also put up metal detectors outside the House chamber. Several Republicans objected and refused to use them. Speaker Nancy Pelosi then announced the House will vote on a new role that would find lawmakers who refused to comply $5000 for the first defense and $10,000 for the second and he finds will be docked from a lawmaker's paycheck. Susan Davis NPR NEWS Washington President elect Joe Biden will speak tonight about his economic rescue legislative package. He says his proposal would pay for covert 19 vaccinations and provide immediate and direct relief to working families and communities in the pandemic. Biden says the reason coronavirus relief package passed by Congress is just a down payment and that he intends to pursue further relief measures after he is sworn into office. A team of World Health Organization scientists has arrived in the Chinese city of Wuhan. They're currently in quarantine, NPR's Emily Fang reports They'll spend about two weeks in Wuhan investigating the origins of the Corona virus. 10 person team arrived in Wuhan Thursday morning China time They will do 14 Days Quarantine before setting out to do their investigations around the city and conjunction the Chinese scientists. Some members of the W H O team had already been en route to China last week, but were turned back after not receiving visas on time. China said it was because negotiations over the team's itinerary had not finished NPR's Emily Fang reporting This is NPR. And they says W When my C in New York four minutes after seven o'clock Good morning. I'm David first. Mostly cloudy today with the higher 47 this afternoon. It's 39 degrees now in Central Park. City public advocate Jimani Williams is calling on Mayor de Blasio and Governor Cuomo to unify the chaotic computer system that has made it challenging for people to sign up to get vaccinated. Williams says. Since the state dramatically expanded the number of people eligible for shots earlier this week, there have been widespread reports of system crashes. We have to make sure that people who need it the most are getting it and not missing out because they can't pass the technology test of being put forth on every level of government. Currently, people age 65 older are eligible to be vaccinated, along with several categories of essential workers and people with underlying health conditions. City and state leaders acknowledge the problem and say they're working on it. Another four million New Jerseyans will be eligible to receive the covert vaccine starting today. W N. Y sees Carinae reports Anyone 65 years or older or between the ages of 16 and 64 with medical conditions can now be vaccinated. But the list of what qualifies as a chronic health condition is broad and includes people with cancer, heart disease or diabetes. Also eligible the state's two million smokers. Health Commissioner Judy Person, Kelly says vaccination sites won't be asking for any proof of illness. No documentation. Of the medical condition or your age will be required, particularly says those eligible must make an appointment. She says. People who are pregnant or immuno compromised, consign up but should check with their doctors. Andrew Yang is officially running for mayor of New York. The tech entrepreneur and former presidential candidate officially launched his campaign last night with a video directed by filmmaker Darren Aronofsky, Ape. Video highlights the years Yang spent as a young adult in Morningside Heights, his New York sports fandom and the family that he and his wife are raising in the city. Will reopen intelligently to revive our incredible culture. Maybe we can even save the Knicks..

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"darren aronofsky" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"darren aronofsky" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To be thinking of ways to ease tensions, calm tempers and help to promote peace in our country. Trump did not mention the fiery speech he gave to supporters ahead of the attack on the capital. The House voted to impeach Trump a second time over his actions, charging that he incited an insurrection. Aisha Roscoe NPR NEWS home rental company, Airbnb now says it is blocking or canceling all reservations in the Washington D C area made during the week of the inauguration. Company announcing the decision today after previously saying it was reviewing reservations made ahead of the inauguration next week. Airbnb says it will barney guess associated with hate groups or violent activity. Somebody's already had a policy of removing guess who confirmed to be members of hate groups since 2017 when it blocked guests who were headed to a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. Government pool of reading continues to rise at a record rate largely due to spending to combat the Corona virus pandemic government reporting For the first three months of the current fiscal year, the government shortfall was a record breaking nearly $573 billion, or some 60.7% higher than the same period a year ago. Where's the department reporting With three months now gone in the budget year, the rising deficit reflects an 18.3% jump in outlays on Wall Street. Today, the Dow was down eight points. You're listening to NPR. This is W when my C in New York I'm Shawn Carlson, one of the region's A few Republicans in Congress, New Jersey representative Jeff Andrew spoke out on the House floor today against impeachment. The congressman said impeachment is causing unnecessary division in the country just days before the end of the president's term. Nearly half the country supports our current president. This takes their voice. Away. We must be bigger and better than the most base of instincts that have been driving our political discourse. It is destroying us. After the right of the capital last week venture voted against certifying the election results He represents Southern Jersey and his best known for switching parties and voting against Trump's first impeachment. Andrew Yang is officially running for mayor of New York City. Seeing my city the way it is now breaks my heart. Tech entrepreneur and former presidential candidate officially launched his campaign tonight with an online video directed by filmmaker Darren Aronofsky. The video highlights the years Yang spent as a young adult in Morningside Heights is New York sports fandom and the family that he and his wife are racing in the city will.

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"darren aronofsky" Discussed on X96

X96

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"darren aronofsky" Discussed on X96

"Um uh, Brendan Fraser? Yes. I leave. He showed a lot of potential is an actor Hey was in some big movies, people. People seem to like him a lot. He had, um, a cause. I think he has considerable talent. Hey, did that great movie with Ian McKellen monsters and men are some monsters, gods and monsters? Gods, gods and Mom was great in them, and he so he did some serious acting there. I always I always pushed for him to be Superman. I thought he'd be a good Clark camp. He kind of did the kind of it was kind of too bad that he did, You know, George of the jungle and that made a lot of money, though. But he hasn't been seen much since George of the jungle. Well, it looks like he's going to be in a new film. And maybe this will explain why we haven't seen much of him. He's going to play a £600 rest recluse. In a new film by Darren Aronofsky. Who was a £600. Well, No, he's playing a £600 re clues. So maybe that's why we haven't. It's making him She's been in Doom Patrol. He's robot man in Doom Patrol. He's got a regular gig, so So he's worked eyes Doom Patrol animated. No, It's live action! Yeah. Hail play Charlie in a movie called the Whale. He Charlie is a £600 morbidly obese living outside of Mormon County, Idaho. It says here Airman County. I don't I don't That's every county, isn't it? You know, I don't think there's a Mormon County, Idaho. Darren Aronofsky is kind of a weird director were director. Now Andrew in the chat room seems to know a lot about Brendan Fraser. Hey, says the Mummy movies did a number on his spine. He needed lots of surgeries, and he's also been raising an autistic son. He was assaulted as well and went through depression. Oh, okay. It's just back off Brendan Fraser. What? I'm not. I'm just saying he's gonna play a £600. Rick loot. Rick loosen Darren Aronofsky's new movie. That's That's all I'm saying. Disneyland. Happiest place on earth, taking a huge step toward ensuring the ongoing safety of its community members. It's going to be a covert 19 vaccination this well and went through depression. Oh, okay. Just back off Brendan Fraser. What? I'm not. I'm just saying he's gonna play a £600. Rick loot. Rick loosen Darren Aronofsky's new movie. That's That's all I'm saying. Disneyland. Happiest place on Earth, taking a huge step toward ensuring the ongoing safety of this community members. It's going to be a covert 19 vaccination distribution center, apparently Orange County announced on Monday that Disneyland Resort whose parks have been closed to guess since the Corona virus pandemic will become the first mass point of dispensing Site of covert back vaccinations with the ability to administer thousands of vaccines per day starting later this week, and it'll be fun because it will be costumed character. You know, Mickey Mouse can give you your shot. And Tinker Bell and goofy and all the Disney characters could give you your own. Accept it from Captain Hook, though. Well, yeah, it would be someone right. He's got one hand is the thing that's why I'm steps a new captain. Salt Lake Tribune is, um Reporting the number of covert 19 related deaths in Utah left leaped. Asked 1400 yesterday, although more than half of the new fact fatalities happened at least three weeks ago, the state reported its lowest positivity rate, though in weeks vaccinations reported in the past day. Total vaccinations..

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"darren aronofsky" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

09:31 min | 1 year ago

"darren aronofsky" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Click off the cruise and roll a little bit slow. And then we have this single car slobber knocker. It looks like hits on the South and 1 69 side of self inside of 1, 69 the exit to medicine like growth. Somebody lost it tagged in the wall spun it around, and now they're partially blocking that exit while mostly blocking that exit. And, of course, the vehicle arguments. They're not occupying the vehicle. So be ready for them walking all over and it doesn't look like that Cars drive a believe believe bashed up the front end of that thing. Pretty good. So if you're south on 1 69, you're gonna hit medicine like road. You're gonna have to back it way down to take that exit. Ken Bar was five eyewitness news or cast a good one today, Sonny 40, But then the rain and snow kicks in. And continues off and on all the way through Friday, it's 30 right now. I need some 30. This'd is my top dirt alert up to the minute entertainment and pop culture news. Heard of the top of every hour on my talk. One of 71. Yeah, that's really great. Could you please tell us what's going on? All right. The most stream TV shows of 2020 just came out. We have Groups Creek on Netflix is number five. We have e loved. Why is it? Why is it newscasters say something like that, and it doesn't tickle me but hearing you say it just makes me laugh. NCS is in fourth place from Netflix. Um, this is all Netflix shows in third place. Criminal minds. Gosh, Grey's Anatomy is in second place in the guests on the first place. One e. Don't know. Okay, so it just had to leave. I believe this streaming service the office. That's correct. Yeah. Okay, so it looks like the most dream show that's original to the streaming services. Netflix is Ozark. So that's also on the list there. So these are the most extreme shows. Okay, we have Ed Sheeran. There's a video going around. He is auditioning for a show. When he is 16 years old. He tried out for a musical TV. Syriza's He doesn't make the cut because he can't dance. One woman even says quote. Ed hasn't a clue what he's doing. But he's trying s. Oh, it's I think it was maybe like a high school musical type of a show s O. His musical abilities got him through one round of the auditions, but ultimately it wasn't enough to land him a part on this show. Um, but he's 16 years old. And, of course, has the same great voice. Yeah, probably pretty good for him, isn't it? I mean, I was gonna say things worked out. Don't cry for him. Argentina. Yeah, He's fine. Exactly. You know, you've got Zac Effron. You know, he was a breakout star from high school musical E. I mean, it's just not the same type of person, so we like him where he is. Brendan Fraser might be looking to score his first Oscar nomination. He's been cast to play a man in Darren Aronofsky's next movie, the Whale. Place a £600 middle aged man on bits based off a Broadway play. It follows a character who's trying to reconnect with his teenage daughter. And, um It's just It's a very heavy piece, and it's really wow. I'm interested to see this because I've heard a lot about that play, and it's a great opportunity for him to show that he's more than Encino man or whatever the money. Yeah, Yeah, I remember back in the day he was He was so hot, both in my popularity and just hotness. Yeah. So All right. That is the latest dirty confined more by going to our website. My talk one of 71 dot com or downloading our app is brand new information. My talk dirt alerts at the top of every hour and at 8 2012 25 20 on my talk one of 71. Waterman Sugar. What? What? What? Sex on Berries. On a summer evening. And it sounds good morning, everyone. And welcome to the eight o'clock and final hour of the show. We call Jason and Alexis in the morning, Right here on my talk, Little 71. Absolutely everything entertainment. Everything. Entertainment. I'm j so we do. Hmm. That's the only thing we can do. Jason, Lex, don and Kenny. Thank you for being her. Everybody mid week. We're almost to the weekend. I'm just trying to be optimistic. We're almost home today, and it's gonna be like 70 degrees today. So go out and enjoy it. And then tomorrow back to reality. Yeah. Wonderful. Okay, Master class. We named it a nap. Talking about Master class for what a year Now tickets a great classes. I've taken great classes from my my buddy Bob Iger. While Disney Guy uh Annie Liebowitz photographer. It's an app, everybody Steve Martin on writing comedy. It's an APP with classes video classes on a variety of subjects. And with the best in those subjects, the after mentioned Annie Liebowitz and you buy a subscription, And that's the program and Lex, are you remember now or, you know, Master class? Oh, but I think I'm going to join. Your you know, endorsement of it for how many years months now, So, but this person is going to bring me to the yard and that is easterain. Now I did send you guys the trailer and I just realized there's the escort in it. So let's not play that. But if you would like Tonto, I'll tell you about it. But you can Google that, and it's also compelling as well. But Isa Ray she she created HBO's insecure which is one of my David shows and she is launching her first online class, and basically she describes how she broke into Hollywood and how other creators can do that. As well. She doesn't have a straight line T showbiz success. She kind of jumped around. She had it. She was did a series on YouTube called awkward Black girl, and then it was discovered and she goes through all of that. It's basically you know how to do it. How to keep laughter in the process because it can be just take it down. But also to find your voice to take your ideas to another level. Get in front of people and basically to not take no for an answer. Mm hmm. Yeah, I love going. Keep going. When people tell you you can't do something, or No, you're not right for that part. Don't don't let there There is a you could write a book on the people that were told you're never gonna make it in x Y and Z and they go on. Too much success in their given sphere, and I'm she's one of them. Sometimes those naysayers to fuel you. Oh, so there's Yeah, there's less you, but yet also it Z on master class. Like you said. There's 14 video lessons. I didn't realize the Syrians were that comprehensive. Oh, yeah. 00. Yeah. If you go into it, you know for each person and this is what's great about masterclass is especially for like the four of us, and I think we're similar to a lot of you listening. If you have a short attention span like we do. What's great is they break down. It's not just one like two hour long class. For each person. They break down individual lessons into you know, 12 minute little things. So if you want to learn about one aspect of pieces lessons you, you click on that. Like for Bob Iger. You know, one of them is business strategy and leadership. Another one is how to build a brand. Another one is how to trust a true to that brand, so you can really kind of get very specific. And nail nail in what you're looking for with each individual teacher. Whether it's Neil DeGrasse Tyson, Gordon Ramsay, Dr Jane Goodall teaches about conservation. Um, there's a poker class. Um, this'll guy named Daniel, Who's a poker expert..

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"darren aronofsky" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

09:48 min | 1 year ago

"darren aronofsky" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In the village is your acting the part? Surely everybody's life is not perfect. That's from the documentary some kind of heaven. Despite the perks, the documentary shows that heaven's waiting room as one resident calls it. Is it paradise for everybody? Some kind of heaven comes out this Friday, playing in select theaters and on demand variety calls it a lively, colorful production. It's good humored, yet never condescending to the people on screen. It's the feature film debut of a Florida native named Lance Oppenheimer was produced by Darren Aronofsky, as well as The New York Times for whom Oppenheim has been making short films. Lance Welcome to all of it. Thank you so much for having me Alice and it zip leisure to be with you. So you come from this area. You're from South Florida. How did you first become aware of the villages? And what was your initial impression? Well, I feel like it Zhar not to know of the villages. When you're from Florida. I grew up with a probably a pretty different idea of the community. I knew of it as a as a kind of paradise retirement Mecca, Yusa, where hundreds of thousands of retirees we're going. I think when I was younger, I live about 85 miles away from the village is this idea that largely has been debunked. But this idea that there was this STD kind of wave that was going through the community really took a lot of South Florida by a hold, so I knew of it as a middle schooler as this place where lots of retirees were having the time of their lives, probably having a lot of unprotected sex and having a good time. This was something that I later learned was not true. And it wasn't only until I was making another film. I was making a film about a man who a retiree who had lived on a cruise ship for 20 years. Did I started to actually become fascinated again with the village. It's both subjects kind of dealt with retirees and the idea of retirement as this escape from reality escaping the responsibilities of your life to live in kind of a picture Perfect paradise. And right around the time I had finished. The other film I had seen a marketing video for the village is accompanied by a statistic that you know 120,000 people had had were now living. There was not only the America's largest retirement community. Had become one of its fastest growing cities. So I was fascinated by this idea of you know of. Why were so many folks why we're so so many folks from the baby boom generation. Opting to live in this kind of, you know, Truman show like worlds that was designed to remind them of their youth s O. That was kind of the drive tow start making a film there. On guy had no idea that this would become a feature length film or anything like that. I just was kind of thought it was an interesting setting, and I wanted to spend time there and see for myself. Who lives there in terms of age range, ethnicity, race socioeconomic status. It's a very homogeneous place. It's about 9 98.3% of the community is his white. I think it Z too many who may know of the village is now It's also a very conservative place. A lot of Infamously. During the election cycle. There was a golf cart rally that Trump's supporting enclave through on where one resident was quoted shouting White power that the president later Retweeted and Later deleted, claiming that he had no idea that that was happening in the video, which I highly doubt but that the community is a very to me, you know, and inherently, it's this conservative vision of what America was Maybe in America That also never really was. Um, you know, I think a lot of the images when you're there, just money Step a foot. Even when you look at some of the marketing materials, it recalls a lot of, you know other images that you may have seen in the Ronald Reagan advertisements when he was running for president. Yeah, that morning in America Looks like almost picture. You know, it looks like it's been recreated and mass scale for hundreds of thousands of people. So it Z the idea of wanting to go and kind of understand why people were choosing to live there attempting to kind of observe that that idea and that mindset without You know, while still critically engaging with it was something that I really was interested in. But this film You spoke to the son of Howard Schwartz, The man who founded the village is in the sixties. And we learn a lot of the history how the villages was created to not be brand new but kind of have this old timing this that kind of what you were saying. Sort of Beaver Cleaver ask five. Do it a little bit. Um, What? What did you want? Tonto stand about the history of the villages. It would help us understand what's going on there today. Well, I think it's interesting. And this is the family who created the villages had. You know this is a pretty savvy idea of wanting to look at Disney World and Universal Studios. And they, in fact, even hired some of the The consultants, the imagineers from Disney and some of the design companies to help them create their own history. Their own fake history you they even had their own currency at one point in the nineties. I think to live inside of a fantasy land were you know, the family now owns a one of the largest newspapers. In the area where they only really Prince. The good news is they have a radio station that only plays the hits from the fifties and the sixties. There is really deliberate attempt to sort of create this hermetically sealed worlds that that really does return people, Doc to a time when Maybe they understood. You know, maybe a less complicated time and also a time where they felt more at home to me. I think you know, I wanted to get a sense of There is front consequences to that decision. There are people that no matter where you are, but especially in a place that is like you were saying designed to have this mandatory fun. So many people move there with this idea of wanting to return to their college days, and as a college student, I would have started making this film when I was in still in school. I thought there was something really interesting there. This kind of you know, A lot of the folks who are living in the community were attempting to return to the very you know, existence in time and their lives that I was kind of currently in. So I did feel like I had sort of, you know, kind of a perspective that I understood the desire to have fun and kind of shut out the lights and, you know, just try and block everything that's negative. Out of my mind. I think a lot of people choose to do that. Um, you know, I think it's a very their ignorance is bliss kind of attempt of living a life. Does seem appealing at times, but it also is very complicated and there are a lot of consequences to living that kind of way. Maigret. My guess is Director Lance Oppenheim. We're talking about his new documentary, some kind of heaven. So all the subjects you know, it's obviously it's enormous community and was a filmmaker need to find people to follow and people's lives to explore. And the subjects identified by their name, the sort of the four that you concert on their marital status. Reggie and and married Barbara widow, Dennis Single. When did you realize this would be part of your framing of your story? That's a great question. I think after spending a lot of time there, even without a camera, I noticed that your relationship status is kind of how a lot of people defined themselves, especially at that age, I think it unlocks a very different vantage point of how you would spend time in a community like the villages and All the activities and community gatherings and how you would open yourself up to new experiences while also still being with the same person, maybe or or maybe losing that person. Um, To me. It almost seems like you know, a subtext of this film is about relationships, how to maintain existing ones. How to start a new one, You know, and I think there's there's There's a lot of really interesting questions I had in my own life. At that time looking at looking at how just you know I I It's hard enough to maintain a relationship for for five years. How do you maintain one for 43 years? And how what happens when your spouse grows so far apart from you and What do you do to sort of what point does it feel like an untenable sort of situation s O to me? I think there there was something interesting about looking at the community from the vantage point, not only of Of relationships but also from the people who really didn't fit into the marketing brochure imagery of the community. You know, these are people that are may not be representative of every single person who lives in the village is, I think a lot of the issues they experience in this film. Certainly are fairly universal. But I do think that I do think that by looking at the extremes of the place by looking at people who Are attempting Teofilo happiness and find love again and find desire and all the things that I think we all really look for a while in a place that is somewhat hostile to those things that you're not that kind of outside of it. I think you can kind of get a really.

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"darren aronofsky" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"darren aronofsky" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Since 2000 for more than 2000 American newspapers have gone out of business today on fresh Air Washington Post media columnist Margaret Sullivan talks with Terry Gross about the decline of local news coverage. A crisis, she says, is that serious as a spread of disinformation on the Internet. Tune in today at to a 93.9 FM, or ask your Smart speaker to play WNYC. This is all of it. I CME Alison Stewart, who spent the past hour talking with the creepy and the scary and the wild from UFOs to shark attacks. So we continue our theme of otherworldly things. This week's reviews previews We'll look at some sci fi Once a week, we invite someone onto the show to curate some of the content that's out there. Curated for you. Today We're looking at science fiction classics, cult favorites and underrated Jim's hiding in plain sight on your favorite streaming network. And don't worry if monsters and aliens creep you out. We have other options are guests. I if I list includes a love story of a little commentary on police brutality and even a space opera that streaming on Amazon prime Joining us is Angelica Bastian. She's a writer for Vulture. Angelica. Welcome to all of it. Thank you for having me. I'm very excited to be here. All right. The vast of night on Amazon is one of your picks, and it's on vultures lists of best movies of the year. The plot sounds a little familiar, though a small town is threatened by an extraterrestrial invasion. So how does this movie push the alien invasion trope forward? Part of the way the bath of Night feels a little different than what you expected. Is it very small scale and intimate, almost claustrophobic. So you're not even really seeing aliens or obvious signs of Alien presence until the very, very end of the movie. So it's It's a movie you can enjoy partially because the atmosphere is really amazing that acting is really good is a very strong debut by Andrew Patterson. Yeah, He won that one day. Our audience Award for best narrative feature at the 2019 Slamdance Film Festival. So what is particularly Unusual or you think is remarkable about the visuals and about the way this was directed, especially for Ah, first time director Well, part of what strong about the visual landscape of the film is, you know it takes place in 19 fifties New Mexico, So it's hewing towards that time period. And considering it's such a minor key movie. The way they're able to make it feel lived in and really in this time period is very striking. That's the vast of night on Amazon studios were released in 2019. Let's go to Annihilation, which is now on who? Lulu. It came out in 2018. It features a lot of formidable women. Natalie Portman, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Gina Rodriguez, Tessa Thompson. What is the premise of annihilation? So annihilation his one of my favorite movies from this past few years, and what I like about it, is it Followed. Natalie Portman's character whose husband was on played by Officer I. Vic was on a mysterious mission. He comes back home, and all of a sudden is bleeding from his mouth. And they're scooped up by the people the government people involved, and so now we, Portman in order to figure out what's going on with her husband sets out on this journey to enter this Strange space in the Florida swamp that it's called the shimmer, and they're not really sure what it is, but it's spreading. And we've you know, it ends up being an alien force. But what's fascinating about the film is that uses the sci fi horror trapping two really floor things like depression and green. Top comment under the trailer for Annihilation, describes the film as beautiful and disturbing. What is beautiful about it and what is disturbing about it. In your opinion? What's beautiful about it is they have very lush visual landscape and Cutler palette and it's also just really smart with how it's playing with With nature and what we expect and kind of slightly twisting things in a very creepy way, so is usually beautiful and grow tests at the same time. Which is what makes it really fascinating. There's also a really good sequence involving A bear who skull is exposed. So definitely keep an eye out for that sequence in the movie. It's brutal, but it's really good. That is annihilation. And it's on who, Lou. Let's Goto ad Astra. It's on HBO, Max, and you could, of course by it starring Brad Pitt. So there was a time in your peace time, she said, came out around the time of this, saying that Brad Print was not getting the credit. He deserves an actor for this particular role they describe. It is even Oscar worthy. What makes Brad Pitt's performance in this film special You know, this film on the face of it is not the kind of film I would be into because it's very heavy on the daddy issues are part of the reason why it works so well. Is Brad Pitt's performance. It feels like it. It's averting an archetype We expect of, you know, the stoic Powerful, purely American man. But what he revealed is this fractured emotional landscape underneath and it's very appointment. Exploration of longing and loss and grief and what we inherited from our parents, and I feel that Brad Pitt's physicality is also very contrary chained in a way, so when you see You know these minute moments of sadness. Lash across his face. It's all the more profound I really like the way your mind works. That was an awesome answer. My dad is Angelica Bestie and staff writer for Vulture. We're doing a review preview of sci fi film and TV You can watch. This, You know, ad Astra sort of part of this whole group of films like interstellar in the Martian. That's it's less about the alien threat and more about isolation and survival. So how does this film develop and build on that theme? I think ad. Astra is also the best out of both movies You mentioned because who I do not like interstellar, but on a different note. I think at Astra bills on this because partially Because how it handles science fiction is and you know, I hate using this sort of term but for lack of a better term, it's very grounded and then also at the same time is not afraid of going a little weird and surprising you. In which directions it turns into, so I think that's how it really build on those ideas in those movies is by, you know, being slightly surprising. And slightly, you know, allowing science, the science fiction trapping to feel natural rather than forced or overt. That's ad Astra on HBO. Max, of course available to buy Let's talk about the fountain, also on HBO Max, which has been called one of the most criminally underrated movies of all time. Such an interesting pairing here. Directed written by Darren Aronofsky and starring Hugh Jackman, that is that caught me right there. It's about history and love and time travel. But for you at at the core, What is the film about? I think at the core The fountain is a love story. Both love story about these two people played by Hugh Jackman and racial vice and also a love story about Family and what we're willing to hold on to that defines our identities..

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"darren aronofsky" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"darren aronofsky" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"They won't allow us to have microphones. We just sit here and Mama that would be a real bad podcast in that radio show so anyway, but they really are getting actors who've worked together. They just sit for the most part and blow smoke up each other's exact okay, but They're not gets that come out of everything, because that you asked Anna she'd ever worked with a difficult director. That's where they got interesting and Nobody's got time for anybody anymore, and they'll just say what they want to say He will, Hathaway said. Why? You know you've worked with three directors that don't allow cellphones because apparently there are Darren Aronofsky, Denis Villeneuve and Christopher Nolan. None of them allow anyone to have cellphones on their set, which I get because you don't want leaks or whatever right and also someone forgot to turn it off. And it's so many people's jobs and So in an says so they're talking about directors, you know, don't like cellphones. And then she says, Well, you know, Chris, meaning Christopher Nolan, right, also doesn't allow chairs. I wish isn't twice just think about it, and he doesn't allow those chairs in his reasoning is, Oh, yeah, This sounds like my grandpa if you have chairs, people said, and if their city and they're not working any as he's incredible movies in terms of scope ambitions, this is Anne Hathaway talking. It always arrives at the end under schedule and under budget, So I guess he's on to something with the chair thing. And then Hugh Jackman just complements her for your name dropping Christopher Nolan twice, but I find That to be just a strange Ah, controlling a controlling thing. Plenty of people do their best work while seated. I get what I guess I think that it just seems like a W t f 100%. Yeah, 100 people. Yeah, like of a female director did that That story would be out there and should be shamed to hear to kingdom come Chase Lounge is at that exact right. All right. Listen right back dirt alert. We work hard, all their lives. So at some point we can retire or slow down a bit. But for John, settling into the good life came with a nasty surprise. Yeah, I was power launching it before I knew it. My pants have gotten tighter..

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"darren aronofsky" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:47 min | 2 years ago

"darren aronofsky" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Morning. Welcome back. You are listening to the Donna and Steve show without Steve because he's on vacations of John McClane is filling in. Yes, yeah girl on my talk 1071 and hope is filling in for dawn and doing a great job. Thank you so much. Yeah. Hey, Hey, girl. We have so much fun stuff coming up today. We've got confessions coming up at 11. 30. The Les mis break up. Excuse you've used or you've heard. Right and then coming up in about 10 minutes. We want to talk about your favorite old fashioned baby name, Tanya. And we'll tell you why. Coming up at 10 30 But in the meantime, John has some fun facts from horror movies. Yes, I do. Okay, so we all know Na Nightmare on Elm Street, hopefully from 1984. And Freddy Krueger. Terrifying. Yes, he has a sweater that he wears. That's actually read in green. Would she think Christmas, right? Ah, well, West, Craven picked out Those that color scheme after he read in a science journal that red and green together were the most difficult for the human eye to perceive correctly. Oh, colorblind people not necessarily know just for the regular human eye to see correctly, and so he wanted to. Have an effect that made people uncomfortable not not to mention Freddy Krueger's burnt flesh, So he's like, What's the worst two colors that we condone? Sorry. Three cans of Waters Wass nonchalantly demanding his wonderful Yeah, on top of that. It's a girl's ugly sweater. Okay, Lupita in the Yang, Go in. Did you see us? Yes, that is terrifying in her hair to read was also terrifying. Yeah, In order to maintain the difficult voice and emotion so are terrified her co stars. She would stay in character behind the scene, she would not break character. And wouldn't talk. It was very creepy. That's what her co stars woods and then her eyes were weird. Who? Yeah, that scared that scared me. Probably more than what was the 1st 1 them. Someone called noticed us. It wasn't us a second single? No, but it's from the same director. No, Brian. Oh, Donna, questions are going to get you continue, and I'll find it and well, he was supposed to be a horror movie, and they had the guy who directed the Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Hope. Cooper. He was going to be on board is the director Yes. So Steven Spielberg's massive success. Ah, yeah, It was supposed to be a horror movie to begin with So but then they decided to make it a kid's movie, And it is a worldwide ayanami of that movie's So my Alexis from the Morning show, she I was terrified by it and still hate CT because she saw it when she was like, six. That always makes me laugh like when I hear people go. Ghostbusters was terrifying. I'm like Ghostbusters was a comedy, though. Bill, You can't see it when you're three. Yeah. Okay, So William Friedkin, he directed the Exorcist. He had some techniques behind the scenes to get good reactions from the actors. This is probably now the actors union would probably be all over this and not let this happen. But he purposely lowered the temperature on the set to make them uncomfortable. He blared unsettling music through light loudspeakers and see between scenes. And then he would randomly have guns fired nearby to get the actors on edge. Scared reactions. Torment prisoner. I know in camps. Did you see the movie mother? Jennifer Lawrence it and it looked too scary. It's okay. It's super weird, but it's It's the whole interesting. It's Darren Aronofsky film and if you can handle any type of you have to remove yourself if you are Very Christian person, some of the images because they're pretty disturbing, but it is a biblical tale. Okay, It's like the story of Genesis, basically, and you think it's just a story about this woman who's being You know, Well, anyway, to get into right now, you've already spoiled one. I didn't. I didn't spoil it. I just think that it's a biblical tale. Do you think that or do you know that I could tell? Yeah, like in the story of cane enable the kinds of things all right. So anyway, she went to such a dark place to get into this role that she had to have a tent set up filled with happy things to read tree to when things got too dark. Oh, yeah, like unicorns. And but I think you know I'm not a huge fan of hers, but I thought she did an excellent job of that movie. Really? Yes. Now, here's some really life hauntings that happened on sets on the conjuring. There was a huge curtain that went Florida ceiling on the set, and it started just waving violently and there was nor no door open or no fan on or event. Yeah. And nobody could hear any air. It was just flapping violently was very trippy. I don't and they actually brought in a priest to get rid of the negative energy and, like exercises space. Oh my gosh, The movie I was thinking about by the way that is terrifying. Um, well, first of all, Jordan Peele because he didn't get out. Sorry. I blanked out now. I don't know, because I was focusing on this s o. He did get out than he did us. And I was like I liked us. Better than get out. Oh, sure, but it still had that like Weird kind of science fiction Eve I've to is hope. Did you see it? I haven't seen either one of those, and I want to see both of them Something during the pandemic. Yeah. So many things. Yeah, I know, right? But I did like it, and I thought like that. It's so scary to me like weird people at the end of your driveway was buying art. Can't they? Doppelgangers? Yes, and where they coming from? Because we all apparently or Allegedly have a doppelganger in the world so weird anyhow, Pop. Thanks to you getting you those are the words of Donna Valentine. Only women close off. All right, one more here on the set of the exorcism of Emily Rose. Down was terrifying to that is super scary food, and you made me watch it. I know..

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"darren aronofsky" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

05:15 min | 2 years ago

"darren aronofsky" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"Like well, we really care if it looks good. No, no. And now and I was putting in depth of field like I was really tough to like make it look cool and they started to appreciate it and then it got to the point where you know I wanted you know the boats when they're traveling through the waters. Like I want the water to look cool. It's not dead. How to be a plane and look dumb? Make it unfairly. So do you not remember going to set one day and gorse like dude he's like violence still can't get the water to look like the previous. I was like, dude, why are you trying to make it look like the previous? He's like, cuz it looks better than as they get out of here. That's crazy. That's crazy. What would happen to this company? How is it with the invented previous isn't here? Anyway, what are you talking about? It's really interesting. So we, yeah, so we were killing it. Were they were killing it. I left I go from from Pirates of the Caribbean with David Fincher. Well, so here's the thing. So, so, it started out. So pixel Liberation Front is the Godfather of all of it. Hm. So they were, I was with them for a couple of years and then which is where I did Minority Report. I did the first Pirates of the Caribbean there. I did a movie called The Fountain with Darren Aronofsky. Of course. Yeah, that's one of his first ones off. It was an early when it's really cool. Yeah. And a couple of others and then one of the guys at that company split and I went with him and we and he started another company and I I I came with home and so we ended up sort of taking and then from there that's where I worked on movies like Constantine and I am Legend. So we were so that at a certain point you know, one company became too long and then very quickly there was a I can't remember what movie. Oh it was Star Wars the, the the the prequels, just wrapped up. And there was a whole cluster of people at ilm who were doing previous for those movies and they all kind of moved down to LA and they all started up their own previous companies and became very, very successful because they all came down with Star Wars on their reels and they basically crushed and they got hired a ton. So, unfortunately like that old the older company kind of just went away. They ended up going out of business, which really sucks because they are some really talented people there, but they've all moved on to, I mean, it's companies other company. It's it's totally different. The landscape is totally different now than what it used to be. When I was doing it back. When I was doing previous, you know, I was working right with the director, right? With the production designer, now it's all kind of it shifted. Now we're off, you know, every visual effects house now has their own..

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"darren aronofsky" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

The Indy Mogul Podcast

04:56 min | 2 years ago

"darren aronofsky" Discussed on The Indy Mogul Podcast

"It's like I went to water to look cool. It's not just having be a plane and look down. It's making. So dude, I remember going to set one day and goers like dude, he's like, I am still can't get the water to look like the previs. I was like, dude, why are you trying to make it look like the previous? He's 'cause it looks better than I was like, get out of here. That's crazy. That's crazy. Wait, so what happened to this company? How is it that the company invented previs isn't here anymore what are you talking about? It's really interesting. So we yeah, so we were killing it. They were killing it. I left. How did you go from Pirates of the Caribbean with David Fincher? Well, so here's the thing. So it started out. So pixel liberation front is The Godfather of all of it. So they were I was with them for a couple of years and then which is where I did minority report. I did the first Pirates of the Caribbean there. I did a movie called the fountain with Darren Aronofsky. Of course. Yeah. That's one of his first ones too. Yeah. He was an early one. It's really cool. Yeah. And a couple of others. And then one of the guys at that company split and I went with him and he started another company and I came with him. So we ended up sort of taking. And then from there, that's where I worked on movies like Constantine and I am legend. So at a certain point, you know, one company became two, and then very quickly, there was a I can't remember what movie. Oh, it was Star Wars. The prequels had just wrapped up. And there was a whole cluster of people at ILM who were doing previs for those movies. And they all kind of moved down to LA and they all started up their own previa as companies. And became very, very successful because they all came down with Star Wars on their reels. And they basically crushed it and they got hired a ton. So unfortunately like that older company kind of just went away and they ended up going out of business, which really sucks because there's some really talented people there. But they've all moved on to the companies. It's other companies. It's totally different. The landscape is totally different now than what it used to be when I was doing it. Back when I was doing previs, you know, I was working right with the director with the production designer. Now it's all kind of, it's shifted now where every visual effects house now has their own pre event team and any of the big movies that get made..

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"darren aronofsky" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"darren aronofsky" Discussed on KTRH

"It's a Christian is a woman I want you get crowned may queen is offered a fifty she rejection suspected out of a fish symbolism pies heavily into Christianity right so you know you hi back when one as well but now I can watch a movie straight through and just like enjoy it but if I start seeing a symbolism I definitely that we start making mental notes and perhaps maybe dropping some notes down as well I can't do that in a movie theater of course no no otherwise as I said we you get kicked out yeah our filmmakers adding to the the young and symbology or the occult references swore the Jack imagery are they doing that because they simply want to add layers to the film and make it more interesting and more dense or in some cases you think there might be some nefarious purpose there yeah that's a great question I think it's a combination of both I mean I think you know it it depends on your end the definition of nefarious because some people think you know like even when I described in mid so Martha could be nefarious I mean when you got these expert craftsman like you know ari Astor or Darren Aronofsky we've been possible to do joker crew perk of course is no longer with us I mean you've got these guys I mean they know what they're doing they know how to use this material and the direct sports at it I mean in and it's definitely multi layered isn't it if if if you you know this was again part of my motivation for writing the book again gently ammo to Toro is another one of these he just won the Oscar for the shape of water his films are multi layered as well you could throw him into that mix they know what they're doing it definitely adds did did these are works of art it adds multi dimensions multi facets multi layers to their film they like that they want that they want people to be able to see things that they've had in they want people to pay attention to their phones they want people to observe these movies in different lights and understand that there's different elements and themes going one inside the movie like I said joker blacks one or more than just movies about loners being you know turning into something else of use our app alchemical movies this deals with transition of the cell when you're doing without chemical movies there certain things to look for these movies have them these guys know what they're doing so on that and I you know I that stuff to me is okay but then you start getting into some stuff it just seems to be goes beyond the pale of you know is this a coincidence you know it's a really something going one here you know why is this stuff appearing in films example where you you got maybe a little anxious after seeing something if he's out that's just not right that's not mean well sure I mean it double hold the whole the whole lead up to the September eleventh two thousand one I mean you'll you'll find a slate of movies I mean doing foreshadowing in foreshadowing this I mean absolutely I mean you have fight club with Brad Pitt and hi ed Norton which was released on September tenth nineteen ninety nine this is almost two years to the day of nine eleven where I mean you have the destruction of the financial buildings at the end of it with the controlled demolition Tyler Durden refers to this site is ground zero you have the one seeded it where it's called project mayhem where they choose for the peace of core portrait art which is the giant globe to sphere and of course if you're familiar with the World Trade Center site that was that there was that their school the spheres of piece of corporate art white in the World Trade Center plaza I mean it's really disturbing I mean in in in the same year ninety nine you have the matrix with Kiana Reeves where his passport expires on September eleventh two thousand one I'm your ball but you'd hire date I mean that's.

"darren aronofsky" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

09:20 min | 2 years ago

"darren aronofsky" Discussed on KTOK

"Is Robert Lamm and I'm Joe McCormick and today we've got a very special episode three all out there we are doing a partnership with National Geographic yeah so they've got a new show coming out called one strange rock and it is produced by Darren Aronofsky it's all about the science of planet earth in the sort of intricate interconnected processes both geological and biological the keep the earth stable as a sanctuary for life as we know it and so because of our partnership with National Geographic for this episode we got an opportunity to talk to one of the astronauts on the show doctor Jeff Hoffman who flew five space shuttle missions including a Hubble Space Telescope repair mission this is a great interview we're just delighted to share it with everybody yeah doctor Hoffman is very knowledgeable from multiple vantage points about the thing that we're gonna be focusing on today which is the radiation risk from space and how earth protects us and he's knowledgeable in a couple of different domains because he's done high energy astrophysics and now knows all about the radiation environment of our solar system in the universe at large but he also has a direct experience of what it's like to be an astronaut in space to sort of go beyond our protective barriers and that kind of perspective is kind of hard to come by because I would say one thing it's really easy to lose sight of in your day to day life when you're reading about politics or playing with your dog or making some dinner is that your body is made of molecules and in order for molecules in your body to do what they do they have to remain what they are in most of the time the internal chemistry of our bodies is pretty stable right but we have to recognize that the chemical stability of our bodies is an enormous and unique privilege provided to us by virtue of the fact that we live on planet earth yeah and this we get into a truth that we touch on a quite a bit on the show and that is that earth is just the right planet yeah for life as we know it kind of and surprising of course being creatures that involved on planet earth that planet earth is just the right plan it for us but despite realizing the kind of anthropic obviousness of that fact it is still a kind of strange and comforting feeling what wait a minute is a comforting or is it discomforting the fact that most of the universe is going to be so hostile to us so unbelievably hostile so incredibly violent that it's just impossible to even consider and I'm not even talking about the vaporizing heat of stars of the Cold airless void of deep space I'm talking about the fact that the universe is an acid bath of killer radiation including ionizing radiation which often takes the form of these high energy charged particles the blast through animal bodies damaging in changing the molecules within them as they go along and even changing the DNA of ourselves altering the blueprints for cell replication and bringing about tissue damage sterility in cancer and so that body integrity in chemical stability we so take for granted to keep living is only possible because of the planet we inhabit which shields us from being blasted by the sun nearby and by the galaxy at large yeah it's it's interesting to think about this that we we are creatures of the shallows yeah so life as we know it essentially thrives in a tide pool protected from the full onslaught of winded way from you know if you've ever been to a to to a number of beach environments you seen those areas right where we were that the waves are crashing but there have been but there's this pool this this area of calm water that is protected from all of that yeah and that's where a lot of life can thrive that otherwise would not be a be able to bear the hostilities beyond the rocks exactly and it actually reminds me of this a quote by John Steinbeck and and he's not directly talking about we're talking about here but the the comparison is is just beautiful he he wrote the knowledge that all things are one thing and one thing is all things plankton a shimmering phosphorescence on the sea and the spinning planets and an expanding universe all bound together by the elastic string of time it is advisable to look from the tide pool to the stars and then back to the tide pool again yeah earth is protected not from wind in ways but from the full blast of solar in cosmic radiation instead of rocky sea walls were protected by a robust atmosphere and most importantly the magnetic sphere yeah the interesting other side to the fact of the we've got this kind of connected consciousness that we're aware of like there is no real division between the earth and the heavens they're just different places the only real division this distance and so all the universe really is connected and does have a common origin in the Big Bang but at the same time that connectedness we use the word connected in such a happy way it's like nice to be connected to things but you could also think about that is extreme vulnerability like you are right next door to everything in the universe that would cross shin annihilate you and what we've got standing in the way of those those crushing annihilating forces beyond our power to control is essentially a big magnetic field and a thin layer of gas around the rocky surface of the planet that's right so basically we have going on here is your earth solid inner core in liquid outer core they play a crucial role in protecting life as we know it from the least deadly radiation differences in temperature and composition in the two core regions drive a powerful Dynamo in needing earth project protective electromagnetic field yeah and remember this is the one of the the the key factors we have to consider in proposed interplanetary space travel and establishing stations on other worlds the only planets in our solar system with some form of magnetic sphere in place or mercury earth Jupiter Saturn Uranus and Neptune right so then of course you've also on the surface of the earth got the atmosphere to count on because that means that there's more stuff the radiation has to get through to get to you and so the atmosphere will block some kinds of incoming radiation but the other big protector is the magnetosphere that keeps these particles directed away from the earth some of course still get through right and also the man is fear serves to protect the atmosphere as well yes because if you don't have a magnet as fear your atmosphere over time can be stripped away which is one of the things that they can probably happen to Mars long ago right so it's a protective barrier against the elements are battlements and the only humans who have walked to these battlements our astronauts such as doctor Jeff Hoffman now most astronauts never even go beyond that the shield that protects us right we know that astronauts in space are exposed to extra locals of radiation and that's one reason you want to limit your time in space you like you can go live in the I SS for ever they want to bring you back eventually because the more time you spend up there the more you're exposed to this dangerous radiation that could harm you in the long run but even up in the I SS you're still you're still benefiting from a large part of the earth's protective shield right yes it gets a lot worse if you want to go to the moon right on Mars or colonize another planet yeah because then you are going beyond or as protection so I guess we want to go now to our conversation with doctor Jeff Hoffman to talk about the radiation risks posed by the universe and what astronauts have done and can do to protect themselves but first I guess we should give you just a little bit of background on doctor Hoffman yeah so his original research interest were in high energy astrophysics specifically cosmic gamma radiation and X. ray astronomy in his doctoral work at Harvard entail balloon borne low energy gamma ray telescopes and design and and the testing of this technology from nineteen seventy two to nineteen seventy five during post doctoral work at Leicester university who worked on several X. ray astronomy rocket payloads any works in the center for space research at the Massachusetts institute of technology from nineteen seventy five to nineteen seventy eight as project scientist in charge of the orbiting H. E. A. O. one eighty four hard X. ray and gamma ray experiment which launched in August nineteen seventy seven but in in seventy eight he was selected to become an astronaut and he went on a total of five different shuttle flights so in eighty five he went up on on it and discovery nineteen ninety on Columbia ninety two on Atlantis ninety three on endeavor and then in nineteen ninety six on Columbia all told one thousand two hundred eleven hours in space twenty one point five million miles that's a lot of miles yeah frequent flyer yeah so he he he is a not only pedigreed scientist a pedigreed astronaut five shuttle flights that's impressive that's five more the vast majority of human beings all right we're gonna take a quick break and when we come back we will be heading straight into our interview with Dr Jeff Hoffman right now when you come in and switch to T. mobile you get the amazing iPhone eleven pro on us iPhone tennis traded aren't these mountains majestic joke are you even looking I'm posting these amazing pics I took with my iPhone Levin pro it has three cameras whoa those picks are amazing and you have service to T. mobile their new single goes farther than ever before then you can look.

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"darren aronofsky" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"darren aronofsky" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"It's the mac in cast on WBZ Boston news radio back let's get back to our discussion of summer movies that we've seen but had to discuss mac you saw made so mehr met someone made so far this is ari asters second movie did hereditary last year. a hereditary for lack of a better term broke the internet it was like the most talked about like when Kim Kardashian put that exam pain bottle on her behind it was the most talked about hard movie in a very long time made SO mayor is the follow up and I thought it was maybe the worst movie I've seen in a long long time let me ask you because this is what the commercials look like to me okay did it have a wicker man like feel to it yeah so that means I'm gonna like it's a way better acted than the wicker man the dialogue is better than the wicker man but it's like it is worker mannish you know but no one that I use a bear well no one gets not to be no but there's things like that to happen I thought that a really fluttering don't watch this almost every every event that happens in the movies really fluttering stupid yeah and you're like why are they doing this in the wicker man like maybe just walk away and in this same idea so every death that occurs in the movie is just dumb awesome and you also get sort of an allegory at the end it gets I'm not religious but they try to teach you a lesson we all love really and that calls upon the Darren Aronofsky movie mother where you're like I don't need this like this is just this movie jump the shark ten times over and actually why I stayed in the theater is because it got so bad that I started laughing yeah so the last on a forty five to an hour I laughed at five six times the things that happened if you like movies at first there's a lot of people out there that loved this movie those people are morons I'll carry out that with I'm a moron but if you like this movie you're definitely a moron remember in Hellboy when Hellboy cuts off the witches had any says shows dog lawyer I had. Hellboy sucked because they tried and like like this in December we're gonna do top ten movie moments from the year yeah that might be on. you got a Siemens tomorrow because okay it's worth seeing in that sense in the wicker man sense of things and then finally good boys I saw this a couple weeks ago I like that I thought was a pretty good comedy and what I really enjoyed about it is it really wasn't like the trailers the trailers try to make it look like it was a middle school version of super bad which I would really like super bad too but I was like they're just gonna try make dirty jokes with the kids and play that up and they do that a bit they have a couple that looked like it was gonna be all low hanging fruit so they have that and this is the worst part of the movie I think is they keep on having them play with adult toys not actually using them and stuff but there really isn't any need for that because what I love about the movie is the heart of it which is the three friends that are in middle school and they're really relatable and I think you can agree with me that middle school is the scariest time of your life like so yeah yes middle school way more so than high school because what happens in high school is like you have your friend group but also you can fend for yourself or as middle school a sixth graders still a small child an eighth grader yeah high school are basically already and if you don't stand a chance also when you go in the middle school is a lot of new kids in there so like right you're also in everyone's saying yeah exactly yeah so they really capture that well but the stuff that people might not like I understand where it's really unbelievable or this that the other but the three kids I really do enjoy and the kid that I believe his name is Lucas is hilarious the kid that plays Max I believe it's Tremblay he keeps on introducing himself in the movie and every time he does it kills me I am Peter Parker. hi Max but also will forte's in this for like five minutes and I just love will for tax that's fair that's easier by the way my hot dogs going mid so mark ten hot dogs I give good boys thirty three okay maybe not one that I say go to the theaters for but when it's free check it out all right also ninety minutes if you take a credit so that's good I do like that eighty four minutes that's nice that's always good yeah it's always a good thing. do you want to talk about TV shows really quick..

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