3 Burst results for "Director Scott Cooper"

"director scott cooper" Discussed on Awards Chatter

Awards Chatter

03:34 min | 9 months ago

"director scott cooper" Discussed on Awards Chatter

"Of locked in. So there was a lot of trust put in Jamie and I. Yeah. Now in and around those I guess before and after the first film and then somewhere around the other two, you were doing you began to really do a lot of other very different stuff with a wide variety of very good directors. And I just want to prompt you if you have anything you'd like to say about a few of them. Black mass, you were the girlfriend of lady bulger for director, writer director Scott Cooper, who actors who are not necessarily fans of everyone like Christian Bale's a very specific guy. Loves working with Scott Cooper. They can't stop working together. I know. She's so annoying. Cast me. Because. What makes what makes people want to work with actors want to work with Scott like that and what was your experience with black mets? I loved working on that movie because of the I mean, so cool to do like a Boston mob movie in the 70s. And to, you know, work opposite Johnny Depp was like very inspiring and he's an a crack an incredible actor. And Scott was, I think that the environment he creates is really uplifting for an actor feeling like good. So maybe people like to hear that? Yeah. He was an actor, yeah. Yeah, he was an actor. He's just like a very warm person, and he makes you feel like he makes everyone feel like you're in this, you know, like, family, this group, and it's in that you're making something special in the set is really respected. It's very quiet. It's very serious but not self serious. So it felt very, that's probably why I love working with him. Also, I think when a director really sees you in a way that other people don't or other directors don't, or maybe you don't see yourself. It's incredibly fortifying, I think, for an actor because that's everything. I think for me, especially as wanting to find out new things that I can do or be new people. And just to have her on the point that you were working quite a lot. The first Fifty Shades was 2015, black mass was 2015, and then so two was a bigger splash, the first of the two movies you did with Luca guadagnino. Who is at that time was probably best known for I am love. Now maybe best known for calling by her name. But in between are these two very special movies that you guys did together in a bigger splash in 2015 and then suspiria in 2018, you and tell the swinton in both of them and that in itself might be something we should talk about because a very special access to there. But just how did it sound like there was there was an unexpected first meeting with Luca that got this all rolling, right? Yes. Yesterday I was told his birthday..

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"director scott cooper" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"director scott cooper" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"Allison who is imprisoned for murder. She claims she did not commit eager to regain her trust. Bill embarks on a mission to exonerate alison despite language barriers cultural differences and a complicated legal system in addition to stillwater. Mr mccarthy's other direct royal credits include the feature films the station. Agent the cobbler and timmy. Failure mistakes were made and episodes of thirteen reasons why he was nominated for the award for outstanding directory achievement theatrical feature film for his two thousand fifteen spotlight following a recent screening of the film at the theater in los angeles. Mr mccarthy's folkenflik. Director scott cooper about filming stillwater. Listen odd for their spoiler conversation. Good evening thank you very much. Thanks for coming out tonight. I said to tom i said i. I'll be surprised if anyone's here. In what a great turnout. Thank you guys for coming out to such a beautiful and powerful and in very human film. Tom and i had dinner just before. This and i said tom you've packed so much. Into into this film it starts off as this investigative thriller which of course. Tom does quite well with the beautiful foam spotlight. And then said yes. And then it segues into this kind of tender and an unexpected romance and then to this kind of on memory and kind of questions and america's moral authority. So what was the genesis of this film. Great question does the trailers led me to believe that. This was going to be something. And i'll get to it like a taken decidedly. Not that it's definitely not that And i love those movies. But yeah i don't cut the trailers Unfortunately who cuts trailers. But yeah this movie. It's been a long haul with this. When i started this ten years ago. Thinking about it worked. Was there another writer on it. Sort of rotor thriller based on the same story. At least the setup of the story about this man going to visit his daughter in prison. And then i just wasn't satisfied with it. I felt i didn't have a point of view on it. I i felt like it wasn't dimensional enough. I couldn't feel the humanity in the movie. And so i put down. And i've never really done that with script before. I normally just write them figuring out and then make them and this one. I just couldn't figure out. So put down for about six years. And i picked it up again in two thousand sixteen and the whole world started to change and i you know i reached out to to new writers. These are guys who collaborate. Jacques oh dr. Who's the director. I greatly admire from france. And i just sent them the draft. I said i'm not. I don't like the script but i like this setup. I like the idea. I like at the heart of it. This father daughter dysfunctional relationship. And these extreme circumstances and tomorrow bit again in no way. Deborah and i started working together and You know we. Suddenly i felt like i had something point of view on it which was like. Who is this guy from the middle of the country. What don't i understand about him. And what can i start to understand about him in this discussion and also as you point out at the time like america was suddenly everyone in the world was suddenly questioning are what we perceive to be our moral authority and i thought that played pretty well into the sort of mythic hero idea of american abroad guy emission. Getting it done moral imperative. This is the right thing to do at all costs and it just felt like the right time to have that conversation with an audience through this character. The screenwriters that you mentioned wrote rust and bone prophets and Depend movies that. I also really really great movies. So how'd for someone who writes his films as you generally by yourself. How did that come about you. Did you just call them up. And you call their agent. I literally just call the film to the email. I sent them a script and a really lame email and just said would you guys read this and can we talk and we did a very awkward zoom or. They were very french with me and they were squeezed into the frame together and they just sort of like you know they didn't like the script and tell you that yeah pretty much They're like we like the idea but we don't like it but they were. They were direct and more than that. There were incredibly specifically articulate about what wasn't working what they thought it could be and the way they diagnosed. It just really spoke to me. I was like okay. That's the movie i wanna make. I don't know what it is yet. So i flew to paris a couple of weeks later and we just sort of hold up in their place where they worked for about two weeks and just kind of like talked about the movie and everything And what it could be in. That was then spent another year kind of laying out the draft will having no idea what you wrote and what. They didn't knowing your films as well as i do. Which are always really character based in deeply humanistic and with really great minimal dialogue and then also knowing the films that they've that they've written and you can really see how these films benefit from both of your points of view. How did you divide the labor great question. It's really interesting because we had similar aesthetics systematically really appreciated their movies. I think they appreciate a mine. At least they said so. And you know i'm i. I'm as influenced by european films. As i am american cinema without question and also a big fan of french cinema so it was great because you know as writers i would. They would make these choices which i would be like. What are they doing. You can't do that and then be like an example. That's really interesting..

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"director scott cooper" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

Whores Talk Horror

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"director scott cooper" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror

"She gave them a chance at a better life though. It's not clear if cathy's mother knew about william and his crazy crimes but the fact that she gave up kathy for adoption secretly me kinda says that she may have suspected. Something about bishop was shady. But that's purely conjecture on my part About her mom and siblings. Cathy says quote. We just wanted to have the opportunity to thank her but she did not want to be forthcoming about any of this information. So we didn't but my birth siblings say i think she knows and i think she's smiling that we all accepted each other unquote. If anyone is curious to learn more about the journey of kathy gilchrist your luck. She wrote a memoir called. It's in my jeans and you can get it from amazon or barnes and noble as always. We will put the link in the show notes. That's interesting yeah. My my experience with a dna site is much more underwhelming. I will say though i will. I'm not naming. Any names. But spencer. And i were told laurie from someone. We know very well who has a friend who did twenty-three in me year. One of these sites and found out that she had som- half brothers and sisters and found out that her dad supposedly was having some affairs with his secretary and had like all these siblings that they were previously unaware of so. Yeah mine mine is pretty boring. I know everyone related to as of right now but every once in a while i'll get an email like we found a new match for you but it's usually like fourth cousin. Yeah whatever and did they bludgeoned burn their entire family. Probably not hopefully hopefully not. But yeah like i said i had started out innocent enough reading this article and then i just literally went. Holy fuck like as hang onto the part about why he was wanted by the fbi so but more power to you kathy. I'm glad you have a good sense of humor about it for real interesting story. All right sharon. What are you have for today. All right well. Are there any fans of christian. Bale out there me me me me me me me from the hollywood reporter and also a ton of other sources because this news is dropped in everyone's talking about it netflix's closed another major deal dropping a reported fifty five million dollars for worldwide rights. To the kristen bell gothic horror thriller the pale blue eyes from director scott cooper. That's like what i have in my couch right now. That's chump change. Fifty five million all right scott cooper. He directed crazy heart and black mass. Speaking of johnny depp and crazy heart does not have johnny depp. It's not scary either. But it's a beautiful movie. And i highly recommend it. I haven't seen crazy heart or black mass. I just know that. Johnny depp is in black mass with a bald cap rate. That's the one with him in the ball cap possibly yes. It doesn't matter..

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