17 Burst results for "David Teesta"

"david teesta" Discussed on The Fantasmagorium Show

The Fantasmagorium Show

03:20 min | 3 months ago

"david teesta" Discussed on The Fantasmagorium Show

"The guy in david teesta. That's the man yes. I think it's a little bit of everything right but it's he got up the got. A snyder bats absolutely. And i think everybody you know it looks. I think for most people the trailers and stop it like okay. This is going to be zach matters. Zombie another zack snyder. Zombie movie awesome. Let's and we're all in. And then i think people watched it and you know where where you come down. You know good bad or indifferent that than that kind of went from there. So those are of the good better indifferent art indicative of the debut. Numbers is it just how many households actually watched a portion of the show. And i think it's like i think it's like two minutes so i if if you watch the the the show for two minutes you you're considered you know you watch your viewer. Yeah is on screens kind of thing. The can i have not seen it. I was a big fan of zack. Snyder's donna the dead. I think that would still qualify as being my favorite acts night or movie and but when when the reviews started coming in i'm really big fan of the cast garrett delahunt To taro dave petits name. But i do like dave teesta. I heard that it was overwhelmingly. Zack snyder so i saw the film i there's parts of it. That are good. The overall by overall score be low I didn't think it was a great movie. There's a lot of stupid shit happens in the movie. Although it's pointed out it's only liquors stupid shit happens but i've been like really stupid things that just yeah i in. I heard about like direct to'real choices that were sort of like now cut now cut to the next scene. Okay cut now and it just kept going and going and going and it was to showcase some of the more gruesome aspect is there are there are there are some some scenes that are overly long for no apparent reason other than to be overly long. Look at me. But that's kinda zach ciders things I don't fault too much for that. I think the the the movie would have benefited from him. Not shooting so if he had hired a dp. I think that the movie would have been A little better. i'm not. I'm not a hundred percent on this. But did you end. Phil talk about it over on we did. We didn't get a chance to review it so this is kinda my first time actually reviewing so what do you think. What did you think of it. But i thought like. I said i didn't want overall. It's a thumbs down for me right okay. I don't like you put numbers. But i will. I get like six okay. Five and a half or six. It's right in there for me. there's it's it's it's watchable movie. It's it's not garbage it's just. There's some wishes it happen. We'll put that on the back of the jess not garbage a so it's not garbage but it's look it's his accent or film people are gonna love it..

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"david teesta" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:47 min | 4 months ago

"david teesta" Discussed on KOMO

"Joining us now here on first light is Kevin Carr, who's going to take a look at a new movie called Army of the Dead Kind of AH, or boating title, isn't it? Kevin? Good morning, Linda. Yeah, it is foreboding, but pretty much telegraphs What it's about. It's a zombie movie as if you didn't guess it's Anak Shin Zombie movie mean less of a horror movie more of an action when we with a lot of zombie, Gore will say it's directed by Sachs Night or who may have been a bit of a splash earlier this year by releasing the director's cut. Of Justice League on HBO. Max. This movie is available on Netflix that had a limited run in theaters last week, but it dropped over the night on Netflix for the service so anyone can watch it. It starts David Teesta as mercenary. Basically who Is trying to help a team go into Las Vegas, which has been overrun by zombies and walled off and the governments getting ready to nuke the place and he takes a group in that they're trying to break into a casino and steal $200 million from one of the same sort. Of course, they have to get through all those zombies in the process. Now within the zombie movie, it's violent. It's gory. It's you know, it's got the real sort of macho edge to it. And, you know, I mean it. Zuma's any zombie movie is in a lot of ways. But here's the thing I found interesting about it. It does have some interesting elements to the story that take you down different roads that you don't always see in a zombie movie. I'm not saying that they're never done. It's just It's nice to see some sort of exploration beyond just stumbling animal creatures that want toe attack you. And so I think they have some they mind some neat stuff, maybe not to the fullest. So it's just weird mix of innovative and, you know, sort of, you know, rock hard, stupid but a lot of fun action movie. Well, if we're talking about rock hard, stupid, The reality is zombie movies have been very popular for a very long time. So why not go with the winner? Right? Well, yeah, And you know, it's not that Zach Slater hasn't done zombie movies before. He really got kind of Ah, kind of his start in the big budget stuff with the remake of dawn of the dead like 15 years ago, so he's kind of going back to the well. And he s so he's been down the undead path before and you know, it said this is not to be taken too seriously. Although it does ring the it does. It does ring the emotion out of couple times. Ah, little bit too much, but, you know, for for a first next night or movie, it's it's coherent, and it actually tells the story, which is kind of good. So imagine. Ah, lot of violence and high body count, even though the zombies are already dead. Yes. Whether they're killed once or a second or third or fourth time. Yes, it has a very high body count because you know zombies. Yes. Zombies. How many's zombies? Would you give this movie army of the dead? I'm gonna give it three out of five zombies, and it's a little long, You know, it runs about two hours and 20 minutes, But overall, I think it's worth it. Especially he senses on Netflix and you could watch it in the comfort of your own home. Thank you very much. Kevin card for joining us here on first light. Well, we've reached the end of another week. Friday may 21st 2021 1st like flashback flies us back to this day in 1932 As Amelia Erhard becomes the first woman to complete a solo flight across the Atlantic Ocean decided to come down anyway. And the best available past year. I got down without any trouble. And attracted to the front door. I was surprised Farmer Cottage May 21st 1999 or at the 26th annual daytime Emmy Awards, where finally, after 19 nominations and zero wins, a longtime soap.

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"david teesta" Discussed on The Frame

The Frame

05:54 min | 2 years ago

"david teesta" Discussed on The Frame

"Spinoff, you've got a secret life of pets to Annabel three your toys story four and then amidst all those remakes and sequels and spinoffs there's going to be some new original movies, like stupor super is an LA set action comedy kind of in the vein of lethal weapon that starts kumail nangiani, who you will know as the star and writer of the autobiographical romantic comedy. See the big sick and it co-stars day. But Teesta he's a wrestler, whose turned actor is probably best known for playing Drax in the guardians of the galaxy movies. He's also been in the avengers. Anyway. What is stupor about let's have kumail nangiani explain it. Okay. So an Uber driver gets kidnapped by a cop and forced to go on an all night adventure to catch a murderous drug dealer and the cop can't see. Because he just got it just got sick. Hi, ladies you selected to pull over what ladies official police business. So after the big thick I decided that the only way I wouldn't put too much pressure on myself was to do something completely different that nobody could compare it to the big sick. Right. So then this crypt came in, and I read it, and I thought it was really fun. And funny, but I was like, if I want to do, like an action comedy with guns and all this stuff. There has to be a reason for it to exist, like it conscious be that it's entertaining. And so I actually talked to FOX a bunch about it and was like, hey, I think there's some like, underlying themes in this movie that I think we should really bring up to the surface that you don't normally see in, like a big action movie like this. That seems like such a guy movie tactic masculinity in men talking about their feeling. Exactly, exactly. I was like, if we're doing a movie in twenty nineteen about angry dudes with guns. We have to talk. About that on went stupor has that none of the summer, blockbusters, certainly the studio blockbusters have are two leads like you. And Dave Petit STA. There is some really smart writing, I think baked into the banter between the two characters about race and about perception, especially when it comes to David Teesta, who not a lot of people know, is of Filipino. Heritage. Yeah. I think it's fantastic. I mean to, like people of color as the leads of a studio action comedy. You don't really see that, that often, you know, I mean, those bad boys, and I guess, rush hour but I think what's interesting about it is. So my character has had has raises stuff happened to him. But through the course of the whole movie he's trying to label other people to like the moment that happens where he's trying to explain to an Asian person where Uber is. And she's like dude, we know what Hoover is. So he's guilty of the same stuff that he's sort of the victim of you are coming in the summer, and it's so rare to have. Studio movie. That is an original story come out between. What is a typical summer movie season. Do you think there's extra weight on a movie like stupor, given the way that the summer movie is lining up and how you find an audience amidst? All those big blockbusters. Oh, yeah. I mean it's terrifying. We're coming out a week after Spiderman far from home and a week before Lion King. I mean it could have we have like one shot at it. So I mean, yeah, the, the big thick came out in the summer and that was very, very difficult. We actually went wide the same day that Spiderman homecoming came out. So I've battled Spiderman before we're, we're old foes. You know, there's a sense that certain movies are theater movies and certain movies are not the movies. I think comedy's are theater movies, too. I think the shared experience of watching a movie with the community with people. You have nothing in common with it is kind of, like going to place a worship..

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"david teesta" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"david teesta" Discussed on KPCC

"Only way I wouldn't put too much pressure on myself was to do something completely different that nobody could compare it to the big thick. Right. So then this script came in and I read it, and I thought it was really fun. And funny, but I was like, if I'm going to do like an action comedy with guns and all this stuff. There has to be a reason for it to exist. Like it conscious be that it's an attaining. And so I actually talked to FOX a bunch about it and was like, hey, I think there's some underlying themes in this movie that I think we should really bring up to the surface that you don't normally see in, like a big action movie like this. That seems like such a guy movie toxic masculinity in men talking about their feeling exactly exactly. I was like, if we're doing a movie in twenty nineteen about anger dudes with guns. We have to talk about. That stupor has that none of the summer, blockbusters, certainly the studio blockbusters have are two leads like you. And Dave Petit STA. There is some really smart writing, I think baked into the banter between the two characters about race and about perception, especially when it comes to David Teesta, who not a lot of people know, is of Filipino heritage. Yeah. I think it's fantastic. I mean to like people of color as the leads of like a studio action comedy. You don't really see that, that often, you know, I mean, those bad boys, and I guess, rush hour but I think what's interesting about it is, so my character has has has raised racist stuff happened to him. But through the course of the whole movie he's trying to label other people to like the moment that happens where he's trying to explain to an Asian person with Uber is, and she's like, yeah. Dude. We know what Hoover is. So he's guilty of the same stuff that he's sort of victim of you are coming in the summer, and it's so rare to have a stew. Video movie. That is an original story come out between. What is a typical summer movie season. Do you think there's extra weight on a movie like stupor, given the way that the summer movie is lining up and how you find an audience amidst? All those big blockbusters. Oh, yeah. I mean it's terrifying. We're coming out a week after Spiderman far from home in a week before Lion King. I mean it could we have like one shot at it. So I mean, yeah, the, the big thick came out in the summer and that was very, very difficult. We actually went wide the same day that Spiderman homecoming came out, so I've battled Spiderman. We're all foes. The sense that certain movies theatre movies, and certain movies are not the movies. I think comedy's are theater movies, too. I think the shared experience of watching a movie with the community with people, you have nothing in common with it is kind of, like going to a place of worship. It's kind of like going.

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"david teesta" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"david teesta" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"And now lifelock as well dot com slash. Yeah. Annex go with his girlfriend think -rupt living in Mexico this girlfriend. Yeah. Okay. All right. Sounds about. Right. That's what I would predict two thousand fourteen head what had two girls in two thousand fourteen. They're going to pay the cosmos back with those girls. Yeah. Yeah. And by the way, just on the note about the mosque shooting apparently in New York, there is beefed up security like you wouldn't believe it Mosk entrances and exits because from what I heard on the radio on the way on the news. This guy's whole thing was to sort of continue to disrupt the United States and since he couldn't get here. He did it there. And in his manifesto is, you know, everybody go nuts and in the United States. So it's just it's up security. He not get here. Well, he's a. They say he's an Australian and he was in New Zealand. So that much more convenient the I get it. But I just mean like for long as you're insane ticket. Yeah. But if he why get into this. If you had like an arsenal measuring. He wasn't on any watch list or anything even though he frequently visited those sites just like white supremacy. Like what I don't know this as we as we talk about this. It's kind of still just breaking, but they're talking about, you know, nationalism and white supremacy and white nationalism. And and that's that's where the conversations headed. So there we go. Well in some very interesting news and a big turn of events. Disney has reinstated James Gunn as director of guardians of the galaxy volume of three to the Hollywood reporter. Now, this gets a little more interesting than we even realize so Disney fired gun last year in July after old tweets from the filmmaker resurfaced by a conservative personality online, the firing was controversial and pretty much all the stars the movie of Chris Pratt. Zoe Saldana, Bradley Cooper, David Teesta. They all signed this open letter asking for the filmmaker to be rehired about Teesta in particular had been very outspoken in support of gun will what almost nobody knew was that marvel. Disney had never undertaken a search for new director and had back to gun and made the deal in secret, always incompetent. According to inside to roic moves. Yeah. So he was he was the only choice apparently the whole time. It was gun the whole time. Going back with the tweets or the or the yearbook or the whatever we're into it. But we don't have to be into it. We don't have to bite on it levels of stupid. Like like, you said the investigating going back in the yearbook and the tweets or whatever. But these were member they were like jokes, and he was us being macabre and kind of weird and out there. He wasn't. They came hilarie advocating for like child endangerment. He was he was making like, you're just down jersey always a couple of gay jokes in there or something I to me. There were a little edgy or little or there was some stuff in there. That was a little cross the line except for the shouldn't be aligned because he's not hurting anyone. He's not doing anything. And we don't need him to do anything. You know, we're not asking him to sit on the supreme court. We're not ask him to fly commercial aircraft. We're just he's renting a movie Reverend at the whole thing. I mean, I again, these things should. They probably shouldn't. Okay. Couple things. If there is no actual. So if there is no actual evidence. If you physically participating in pedophilia or racism or massage or whatever there's no police reports, there's no battered girlfriends, there's no accident..

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"david teesta" Discussed on Never Seen It

Never Seen It

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"david teesta" Discussed on Never Seen It

"If I can change you can change. Everybody can change rocky rocky. It is rocky. You didn't helium is one. Yeah. It's pretty amazing. And it was because I didn't trust myself. This is your Oscar speech. The only time I ever missed was because I didn't trust myself. And when I want to say to you is the coffee shop rewriting. Written all their closer, so similar. Yeah. Okay. We got we got two more games. Here. Fun fact about drags, by the way works wonders for autistic children when they play it and classrooms, really. Because it's the first character. I've heard from studies that autism children like okay that I understand that character. I get what's the care. That's incredible. He's he was who he was talking about when he says he's very literal and metaphors goals in his head, which is a common trait of autism. But yeah, that's crazy. I never thought of that education. You told me the whole story in the study and everything it is. He is very specific. And it's so funny. But it is all that's that's that's cool. That's a interesting representation thing. Yeah. I love even knowing just Goldberg is that good. All right. We have. No, no, that's Batista. David teesta. All right. The next game is called before. And after what we do here is we I think you both have played this before we smash two movie titles in the one movie title. I will tell you the plot. And you tell me the title. Of that movie. All right of real. So like, for instance, if I said it was a robot. Shorting penny stocks to exploit poor people be called the wolf of Wally street. Yes. Yes. I will tell you the plot. And you tell me the title, they are these ones are long plots. They were hard combos. Are we taking turns you can work together or go against each other? It's up to you. All right. A young man caught up on his ex starts to fall for her friend when she shows interest in him at a club those beginning a night of ups and downs as the to attempt to save the universe from a madman trying to collect six gems and erase half its population. Appalachia X, that's the vendors. But and then not my best friends wedding. No, these ones are really. We all I I feel like I just saw this on a plane. Is it with? Does it have Infinity in it? Yes. What's Infinity, whatever movie used saw that has Infinity in it? Did you see a movie with the word Infinity in the title? I okay. It does have infinite in the middle. That's your middle that you're middle. Now, we are looking for Nick and nora's Infinity. Yeah. That's good. Oh, I was thinking any of those. I think that's the hardest. One of these three ahead with it. Next. One two young kids become spies in an attempt to save their lesbian parents from an evil mastermind all the while trying to track down in meet the sperm donor who contributed to their birth stike. Head spy kids are alright spy kids are all right. All right. Nice. Good. This is really fun. I people send in these titles. And I just have to write up the plot. I don't know member..

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"david teesta" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

The Jim Ross Report

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"david teesta" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

"Apple podcast, Google play. Spotify tune-in, Stitcher among others or wherever you get your slobber knocker audio. And we certainly appreciate those five star ratings. Good show today. Today's guests world strongest man Mark Henry world champion on three different sports WWE hall of Famer when in last year, he's a huge part of the success of the great busted open radio show and Sirius XM channel ninety three. And one of my earliest signees, I saw oh told us Tele story about how saw Mark Ihnen. Certainly in. And then I showed a tape of it too and mystic, man. And he was absolutely amazed. At Mark's Gylfi in for a guy would about four hundred pounds at that time. So we'll talk to Mark today. And Mark is also to work back with WWE behind the scenes, we'll find out more about that. I'll find out about how he likes his radio gig on Sirius XM does a great job there. David Greco as does bully Ray. It's almost a destination me every day because I get information. I hear other people's thoughts. Things that nature great show. So Sirius XM channel ninety three Monday through Friday for busted open. And we'll talk to Mark about also appears here are making that'll be in Monrovia Pennsylvania the weekend after wrestlemainia at the steel city comic con will both be there to have to be both book there for three days stint. And we'll talk about that. Also. So a good show. Talk about on as far as what other companies are doing other events that have just passed a lot of big news. We'll get to that right away. Because here's what's on my mind this week. I had a couple of really cool conversations with Conrad Thompson. And we have an idea for a podcast program that we are refining talking about. So it looks like somewhere down the road. There is a very good chance that Conrad and I'll be doing some podcasting together. And I'm very excited about that. And if so it more than likely will take the place of this format, but certainly will be something that we think will be even better and more informative in more entertaining. So stay tuned for that descended discussion, say stages Oprah having jinxed it, I don't think I will. But there could be really exciting for us on the on the podcast front turned into Monday night, raw I the raw. All show was all about Roman reigns. His return to find out that his leukemia is in remission was God sent and really worked as far as viewers are concerned because it was the highest watch raw since October of two thousand eighteen a two point nine million viewers. So I am very very proud of the fact that Roman bought he had the faith to overcome leukemia. I thought one of coolest moments. There was his Oni was introduced he came around the ringside, friends and family were there, and the the hug that is mother that roams mother gave him was brought tears to is. It was very very amazing. The feel the bomb mom or son and seeing that her son has overcome leukemia. Again, was was amazing to me. So as good show, you know. The substantial role in that regard. But the Roman reigns. Business over shattered anything into ring wrestling in the interview, he pro promos, whatever it was a highlighter all without doubt. And that's taking a lot into consideration considering that David Teesta made a very surprising unannounced return, he disrupted the Rick flair seventieth birthday celebration..

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"david teesta" Discussed on The Librocube

The Librocube

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"david teesta" Discussed on The Librocube

"I like movies like this where there's like sort of a cast of bad asses, and you sort of see how the interact with one another just sort of period. Set in riot torn near future, Los Angeles hotel. Artem ass- follows the nurse the nurse. Hello nurse who runs a secret members only emergency room for criminals. Yeah. So that's the premise, basically, you take a bunch of bass criminal types. Killers thieves and murderers, put them all in a place where they can't safely leave and see what sort of shit explodes from there and interesting shit. Does I will say reading wise. I think I'd go four you know, what I go four and then five because it's got Jeff Goldblum minute convoluted rating, we'll see Jenny slate and their lovers. Accurate. Quinto Jodie Foster some David Teesta. Yeah. He's shown up in more and more as sort of an actor. He's he's find good and everything I've seen him in so far charleen there for a little comic relief. Yeah. Good violently actiony. Interesting e I recommend shit Renan time for the last one throw momma from the train from nineteen eighty seven still holds up pretty good. I go like a four. Television talk committees tildren and talks about, sir. Use mugs cloning Inc. Thank you for that sponsorship. Okay. I got a little bit of an interesting one here. I watched the what are they called short tracks short treks? That's T R E S our shorts..

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"david teesta" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

Collider Movie Talk

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"david teesta" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

"Is none other than drags himself? At least drags in the first two gardens movies, Dave, Batista. It's going to be showing up on the the sandy shores. The sandy point. I've never seen doing anything about doing. But I am excited to hear this news. Sounds scars guard David Teesta, John Rocca. Did you just by yourselves dune ticket? Well, it was already by. 'cause I loved any as a director. And I go see anything. He does. He's never let me down yet. So I wanna go see what I didn't like I'm not one of these people that is on the eighties bandwagon for this original for this movie from the I thoroughly hated my experience sitting in the movie to watching dude with staying in cal- McLaughlin. It was just so weird maximum. So this is good casting. I like that you get still scarves kind of auG of maximum seato in that way. You know? And I love Batista coming into such a fun actor. And of course, he must have enjoyed experienced Bladerunner twenty forty nine to come into work within e again, you gotta give a lot of love to what Dave Batista's doing. He's working with these incredible. High quality directors. You don't know the rock is doing great work. It's different situa-. She's not like working, then evil new. That's a whole other ball game. So I get a lot of credit to what Batista's do it. So I like both of these castings it gives a lot of weight to the film. So I'm excited. He's excited for dune Haley Fouts to join John Rocca in ever tempting to view the version from the nineteen eighties. Did you ever read the Frank abor? I've seen them moving. But it's something I should revisit before espousing any strong opinions on quite. I know the book is on my shame list for life. I was telling John I bought it three times over the course of my life. But it's so big that I get rid of it every time I move. I won't do it. I swear. But I love not knowing this story that well, I love this casting because I love these actors, and I agree with everything you just said about Batista. I think he's fascinating. I love what Villanova was able to get out of him in Bladerunner. So I'm excited to see him do that. But from villainous angle, and I think that we've all you know, we all really love, Batista. And he is known for being a big sweetheart. But he's a big imposing van who can be quite scary when used well. So I'm excited for that. And the scars guards make great villains. Everybody knows that they are very good villains. And I agree with Roka then villainous name had me in this movie. Anyway, I wanna go check out dune. And I will say this is might be a hot take. I've never seen the movie from the night. I'm gonna go head out there and. Women say it's the best. It's the second best thing that staying did in the eighties. What's the five not a police fan? The first best thing singing background for money for nothing. And then I put sting. I've never seen. And then way down here is is the police. I'm just I'm not he lost his signal singles career in the eighties as well. Man. The blue turtles a good album rock Zana's at song. If I never hear it again. And we'll be too simple. Not a good. Not a good to you guys. Big police fans. Massive van Halen dam. Sure. It's right shots fired shots by grandpa van Damme. Takes a long pull office.

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"david teesta" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

Collider Movie Talk

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"david teesta" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

"Is none other than drags himself? At least drags in the first two gardens movies, Dave, Batista. It's going to be showing up on the the sandy shores. The sandy point. I've never seen doing anything about doing. But I am excited to hear this news. Sounds scars guard David Teesta, John Rocca. Did you just by yourselves dune ticket? Well, it was already by. 'cause I loved any as a director. And I go see anything. He does. He's never let me down yet. So I wanna go see what I didn't like I'm not one of these people that is on the eighties bandwagon for this original for this movie from the I thoroughly hated my experience sitting in the movie to watching dude with staying in cal- McLaughlin. It was just so weird maximum. So this is good casting. I like that you get still scarves kind of auG of maximum seato in that way. You know? And I love Batista coming into such a fun actor. And of course, he must have enjoyed experienced Bladerunner twenty forty nine to come into work within e again, you gotta give a lot of love to what Dave Batista's doing. He's working with these incredible. High quality directors. You don't know the rock is doing great work. It's different situa-. She's not like working, then evil new. That's a whole other ball game. So I get a lot of credit to what Batista's do it. So I like both of these castings it gives a lot of weight to the film. So I'm excited. He's excited for dune Haley Fouts to join John Rocca in ever tempting to view the version from the nineteen eighties. Did you ever read the Frank abor? I've seen them moving. But it's something I should revisit before espousing any strong opinions on quite. I know the book is on my shame list for life. I was telling John I bought it three times over the course of my life. But it's so big that I get rid of it every time I move. I won't do it. I swear. But I love not knowing this story that well, I love this casting because I love these actors, and I agree with everything you just said about Batista. I think he's fascinating. I love what Villanova was able to get out of him in Bladerunner. So I'm excited to see him do that. But from villainous angle, and I think that we've all you know, we all really love, Batista. And he is known for being a big sweetheart. But he's a big imposing van who can be quite scary when used well. So I'm excited for that. And the scars guards make great villains. Everybody knows that they are very good villains. And I agree with Roka then villainous name had me in this movie. Anyway, I wanna go check out dune. And I will say this is might be a hot take. I've never seen the movie from the night. I'm gonna go head out there and. Women say it's the best. It's the second best thing that staying did in the eighties. What's the five not a police fan? The first best thing singing background for money for nothing. And then I put sting. I've never seen. And then way down here is is the police. I'm just I'm not he lost his signal singles career in the eighties as well. Man. The blue turtles a good album rock Zana's at song. If I never hear it again. And we'll be too simple. Not a good. Not a good to you guys. Big police fans. Massive van Halen dam. Sure. It's right shots fired shots by grandpa van Damme. Takes a long pull office.

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"david teesta" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

Talk Is Jericho

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"david teesta" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho

"And man what a year for wrestling in two thousand eighteen lots of game changing going on. So it's only fitting that Jim cornet returns to talk about the state of the wrestling business and some of the year's biggest events like the boxing, Cody in all in Chicago, which I was there. Jim's also got some thoughts on what twenty nineteen might hold for WB ring of honor impact, new Japan and the Indies around the world. Plus, Jim is a great storyteller. He's got plenty of those about the NWEA, Debbie ring von right, Madison Square Garden, his time at impact and even David Teesta. So basically turning over the microphones Jim Karnak and letting them entertain me as well here. He is on talk his Jericho, the special Boxing Day edition, the state of the wrestling business. According to Jim cornet here, we go. So we're here in Louisville cornet just barely I'll get this video on the outskirts take too, and we were going to do this when I was in town with Fazilet weeks ago. And then you just had come back from some traveling that you were doing I got bass in a month in Philadelphia one weekend. And and I just got it. We couldn't we couldn't get together. We also I'm old. I'm a senior citizen right at seven o'clock now. Traffic's going to be really trying go downtown or not. So then we decided to happen to be back in Louisville again here month and a half later, and we had it all worked out. And then I forgot my recording stuff at home. I spent the rest of the afternoon on a plane trying to figure out where to go, and we're out this nice high budget studio in on the beautiful outskirts close to where Al close to castle for net. This is his closest I lead most people in the wrestling business get to the cast. But you know, when we worked together smokey mountain. You're shall we say kind of a portly guide? Yes. Yes. Bigger as you showed up today was full figured full-figured. Yeah. Very curvaceous. And you're even thinner now than you were when I saw you like a year ago, and may you have just gone gone over the top. Well, I guess in bad news earlier. There's no, no, no, I can't wait a minute. There's nothing would run your economic on. This is the result of depriving myself of a lot of cattle byproduct. A lot of gravy, a lot of Greece a lot of cheese, and and especially cake, and I missed cake really cake is is one of my weakness because it was always a Wendy's triple cheeseburger. Well, that's the cattle byproduct. Yeah. You know? That's I've figured out one time when I went on a trip here. Oh my gosh. It was about a year ago. I was gone for seven days might have been to Florida for the TNA thing or whatever. But I consumed in those seven days nine pounds precooked, wait nine pounds of ground beef alone in the process of the burgers, and the cheese steaks and the things that's fast food ground. Oh, no, exactly how much is grounded. How much? More ground beef feared I as I get older. I I was good at but see how do I take myself off the road? I do because I can't do both. I can diet or it can be on the rights. But what keeps me in large part while I'm traveling, and you know, the drill you do it more than I do. Now. The and you fly to which I don't put the the traffic and the headaches and the checking in and checking out and the people in your way, and it's noise noise like who's on Christmas morning started slow continued to grow. But anyway, so what keeps me from throttling? People with both hands with both thumbs. Introducing pine is a greasy triple cheeseburger from Wendy's that calms my nerves, so I can't travel and diet. So this year, I've mostly stayed home off the road and the result..

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"david teesta" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

The Nerd Soup Podcast

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"david teesta" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast

"I remember when James gone came out a couple years ago and said, just if you want to call a stupid and just call a stupid. I guess any L. other a. thing. thing. Now transition. It's not ten years ago a couple years ago. Okay. Yeah. Talk about James gone. So there's been a lot of news about James Gunn that we haven't touched upon Dave wall Teesta saying he's not going to be in guardians, three. If they don't use his script marvel my use a script and they might not use a script and they're going to rehire him. Now they're using the script, the guardians, Cass came out and release that letter saying that they won't James gone back. It's been a whole world win of news surrounding this James Gunn situation, but now looks like the the most recent story says that they're gonna use the script and even more recently that they might hire him for something else. The jury this? No, they might bring him on for another marvel. I thought I heard wonder, brothers, I just a bunch of. Heard a lot of other people are going for them. Yeah, a lot. Apparently. A lot of stories. I said this when when a I dropped and we were talking about it where David Jesus said, he wasn't going to be in the film if they didn't use gun script, and I was very critical of Disney used gun script as much as I know Hanley he's negotiating with cow. Well, I was just going to think he's saying Monchy slimy like five mil. Well might might you. You can use his trip. My point being that my point being it's regardless of you in support of James guns firing or not. It just it just makes Disney look like hypocritical it. You can't be half pregnant. You can't have your cake and eat it too. That's too Annette's two right there. You can't steal more. No, I didn't. I think have your cake and eat it too. Is my favorite saying. All the goddamn, yes, things, but on the cake one. So his his tweets are so offensive that you can confined, no way we can't wear Disney. We can't have him directing one of our films what will use a script because it's convenient for us because he already read it. You'll hear the written it. So he fuck that's bad heated right now. Sure, sure shoveled or we'll just you're hot, but it's it's James gone. Even if they bring him back for another marvel movie, I'm starting to reports the Ohio and mighty and fucking art fire like fire for somebody to ten years ago, if you're not gonna stick to your guns, I understand it your business. You wanna have a good PR stick to your gun. Laura. This podcasts on fire, but from from their perspective, you can see why they might have made this decision. But kidding, I'm fucking talking Ted. What is it? It's a phony. There's just sends me an update on his phone. Here's how group can lift Thors hammer. Okay. We just said before it was shows. So it's not. It's all fine tidy, so that's fine. Sorry, I snapped at you like that. Sir. We'll do it again more. I'm leaving to. I'll tell you what it's an aggressive move by David 'this to threaten to leave if they don't use John scrip them in your you really your pretentiously hurting yourself a lot I saw the funniest thing is like yell, stop, acting like captain America, you'd think that they won't just hire the rock and. I was going go was that it's a very aggressive move. That was great. Sorta die. The rock and painted. Well, I was gonna go with that. It's a very aggressive move. Considering that you're fucking your begging dust right now where they can just drop your bag. Adults, they can recast they can kill you. But that's a guy that Dave balti- says. And I think he does a lot of nice to see some loyalty out of it, and he does not loyalty lion. Thank you. Just have to say this for Ridgely rudely cut you off is that he is a loyal guy. He does a lot of his career to James gone and being cast. That's a good point. It was just thinking that I think James gone oser to David Teesta to tell like, man. And. James Gunn is negotiating the hell out of some deal because apparently he he's owed money either way..

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"david teesta" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"david teesta" Discussed on Double Toasted

"A man wreck right. Divorced. God damn treks. I come home drags. Fuck up your career. We'll see how it works out. I admire the guy, but I do think it's not going anywhere, but good. Good. Funny thing is they're talking about somebody put a joke out there and people really people really want this to happen. Some people said that they're the next guy. Some guy made a joke. They said, the next director is going to be Jimmy gun burgle. He's going to wreck. The next move is somebody want around as he joke and people like nomin really do. Charlie morton. It would be funny at the next movies directed by Alan Smith. James Gunn mustard. Just just getting paid under the table. Like Johnny Depp for mortar. Audio. Wasn't his movies directed by Johnny Depp as James. Here. One brother. She grabbed him to direct the next suicide squad. That would be good. Great. You know, you know, DC's call James online. Is this. I'll go, I'll go get unemployment. Number. Which was broken, fix. I'm good. I'm over on the next my little pony. Batman us. All right, man. Y'all got the. Five. Boil him man. All right. Chat talking about David Teesta quit. Really what happened in boardwalk empire. Billy says, I'm telling you he was apparently paying the as to work with talking and doing all that and will guard. Steve Shammy show. Only the second season. No, relax. Have a great summer. We'll see. Come back. I'll tell you one thing, Hollywood semi Hollywood. Can. Sports people say Hollywood is creatively bankrupt, but they will get credit to Rachel as out of a movie or TV show with witness and make it a do movie movie franchise little different TV show or just get a different active, play your part and not even say a word. Oh, hell. Yeah. Not saying fuck all of us to keep Roseanne going. They spend. Yeah. Dan, John many Roseanne's husband. The fact that has metro saying, remember, they don't give a foot, they don't like, so it's like you start acting all crazy like that. And then like, all right. Voka. I guess you know you ain't it in the world. The game and the scifi writer. Harlan Ellison talked about how he worked at Disney for one day. He got hired as a writer, and he was like, do they know what I'd do any want you here for one day? He's got his desk, barely any work to do. They say, hey, man, lunchtime eating in the commerce area, and they start talking about somebody starts to joke and it's a, it's a running joke about making a Disney porno movie and it just laughing, good time. He starts getting into it all All kinds. kinds. And then he said, it's gonna. Notice everybody got quiet. Oversaw a bunch of executive sitting table over cross him. And then when. So he went back. His name plate was off the desk secretary was gone. They already the paint, his name off the parking spots. You know what he was making jokes, and then he fucks an acetate, grabs the neighbor. The neighbor. They're behind. Right behind this. Donald. Actually, it was the Mickey mascot. Was there. Goes back secretaries in the body..

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"david teesta" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"david teesta" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum

"Did you have any problems were there any like trust issues at first because i here's this guy's directing this huge marvel well there was a day onset like early on when i was with the cast on guardians one and people read the screenplay frankly the screen play even at the beginning stage was it was not my best screenplay and i don't think all of the actors totally got it what i was doing and i there was a day on set it was me so he sell donna chris pratt david eastern we're shooting and we start to have some sort of there was a scene that was being designed and then we're having some sort of disconnected argument about the way things something was supposed to be done david teesta easygoing was getting frustrated but like i could tell but i just kind of get you frazzled when you see other when you see other people getting a little bit like anna like not trusting the situation or whatever or if there's an argument to start does it upset you it drives me crazy it's alright great because you think it's a last lack of trust or lack of i don't give a shit if it's a lack of trust i just want to make the movie i wanna make i don't give a shit about like i really i don't give a shit i mean i would rather somebody trust me or like me or whatever but that's not what's important to me while making a movie what's important meanwhile making a movie is making the is good as it can possibly be and the movie you wanna make in the vision you have and this is what i wanna do no it's not even that it's making the movie as good as it can possibly be if somebody else comes in with an idea that's better than the idea i have i will gladly take it because i just want to make the best movie possible right so chris kind of and i got some little argument of course and i were already friends by that time we of disagreed but then zoe we're having some big disagreement now zoe and i are both very allowed people to was there yelling there was yelling it wasn't it wasn't zoe i both companies families where like you can do that and it's not it's not anger really what i say about me if i'm loud so we were yelling and people get here it and it was like and then finally we worked out and then we went and got went back and i did my thing and it was like oh shit like is this going to be a constant struggle for me well we went a couple days later to san diego comic con where we showed the first little bit of guardians to the audience there this is twelve days into shooting the first movie cut together the stuff we showed the audience what the movie was going to be and the cast which was all those guys and benicio del toro they all saw it at the same time and they flipped out and zoe comes up and she goes i get it now i understand what you're talking about from that went on that was it for them yeah and people don't like people at back now and they see that movie but they don't understand exactly there's a very there's a raccoon about the tone of the move sir and what it is and how it works it's dan and it's and it's it's own thing and she didn't quite see what that was that line that it walks between complete naturalism and totally right.

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"david teesta" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly

Pocket Now Weekly

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"david teesta" Discussed on Pocket Now Weekly

"I don't think they would want to do anything disrupt that model but what i'm concerned about is the regulatory perspective some someone who's looking from the outside of his business deal and sees these two companies occupy half of this this prepaid market is that something that should give investors pause over really trying to push this merger through lake should we be concerned that this could be the hangup which might slow down sprint t mobile joining forces i don't i mean i from a regulatory perspective i don't think that's going to be a big issue at all i mean the only reason why the nba knows are going on sprint and t mobile's networks is because they're offering the better rates it's not that they have a competitive advantage over verizon or at and t i mean they might from an infrastructure back end because they've worked with envy knows so much over the last couple of years they have a better setup for it but the only reason for that is that they've been more competitive so if anything if verizon and at and t wanna get more into that game we might see more competition and even abroad inning of that envio marketplace because of that because now it it puts you know as you said that big chunk of that via no clientele straight on the new t mobile and verizon at and t just don't have anything to compete with that indeed so a couple more comments from peon weekly hashtag here in both room david teesta the silver here xiaomi is already in europe they have brand stores even which we've made the point but again they're kind of expanding slower than what retail partnership would do so just because the uk and germany were rid of them doesn't mean they weren't around europe is a continent with a ton of countries you now and then with those more partner common to sprint t mobile the sooner of reisen is left as the only cd at work the better for americans though then eventually have to upgrade to gsm world that's that's quite the that's quite the common you're making upgrades here.

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"david teesta" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"david teesta" Discussed on Channel 33

"Yeah there's the the single biggest achievement of these this series and you alluded to this earlier as they just like made sore work yeah and they took them three four movies and three of injures movies and a lot of crossovers but they just really made that character interesting yeah you gotta find the right level of sort of self awareness and a reverence for all of these movies to work and that was the most surprising whether they've found the tune comoro we say goodbye to although that makes me sad nebulae can do without i love guardians of the galaxy but this a bit today tonight's peter quail i could live without i but i wanted them to keep making those movies they'll be another him alive yep i could never wish death on david teesta so days you know my feelings on loki like i said paul bet with olsen were given they were you know of la seal see you guys later i can do without them now chris evans is an interesting one because i sort of made my peace with him being done you know done at the end of this movie he's not done at the end and not just that but i get why he had kind of long hair and a beard but it was interesting to go for like a bit for like the new look i mean he's been supporting this for a while but it's interesting to have like this kind of late model captain america and then pulling the plug it's then pull the plug like i every he did very little in this movie except when to be captain america he just sort of like was a walking symbol or icon in this movie he does not wear the stars and stripes he does not yield on his chest.

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"david teesta" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"david teesta" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"No drops into the game and will be available on this past wednesday after this episode or before this up said comes out so go out and check her out on which means she is available now available and there'll be a way more concise and better way to say though what words comes out on wednesday that happened before any way uh so there's a update for marla conscious champions michael be jordan applies air kill monger in modest views black panther similar to some programs that the team has done for previous film and tv launches that they did one cool one with david teesta river guardians they've worked with michael jordan he has his team of champions ready to challenge you you gotta go in europe lacey knu defeat his team find out get some cool rewards it'll be great on the tv front joann wali will join this third season of marvels daredevil in an undisclosed role who have an enormous impact on that murdoch's life the first two seasons of marvels daredevil or now streaming annette get ready for the third and we got up marvels cloak and dagger will debut for to our premier on thursday june sampha apm pacific and eastern time it's only on reform and a few of them are laekan we actually have sneak peek at the for sabah say it's pretty cools pretty cool check that out while june was evidence still go to school or work uh don't don't shower as as do anything soldout home until eight edna arbel tokunaga this friday we have a new episode of marvels ages of shield makio in flint fight to keep everyone alive by starting a revolution against the cree all of the flint is in the show he makes me so happy improving news disney move your rewards is running a sweepstakes can enter for a chance to win a private screening of black panther for you an up to a hundred of your best and closest friends or just one hundred people were are just out of people will say you prevalent believe a hundred people you all how her on.

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