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"drew pearce" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

06:57 min | 5 months ago

"drew pearce" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"You by supreme lending. Cover and bass drop or bank Tito's handmade vodka and Sue Patrick pop before we get to our picks. I wantto want to bring up a very intriguing game this week. One of the noon Kickoffs. It is the Buffalo Bills in the Seattle Seahawks in Buffalo. I bring this up because We like to joke that Buffalo is our adopted team with the Austin ties of Boston legend Mitch Morris's starting center, who unfortunately will be out this week under the concussion protocol, But this is a big matchup for both both teams here. The Buffalo Bills are really they're having a charge right now down the In the NFC against me in the Seattle Seahawks. Obviously, you know they have one loss in the record that is to the air zone of cardinals, which which could have really gone both ways. But this should be a fantastic match ups on both sides. I love Russell Wilson, but You realize how long Seattle had to travel to 1005 182, Miles 2583 Miles. This is the longest road trip of the year for Seattle. That's why I kind of like the Buffalo bills. But Under any most circumstances. When the Seattle Seahawks go to Buffalo in this time of the year, they're going to see snow cold sleet, a lot of fans, a lot of beer being thrown out of the hot dogs and not shows and and chicken wings being tossed in the tunnels. But It's a tame audience this year. It's not, as many fans matter fact there, no fans. It's going to be 70 and Sonny. I don't see any reason why the Seattle Seahawks should not control this game from start to finish. Well, I'm gonna pick me. I'm gonna pick Buffalo because of Josh Allen. It's gonna be one of my three picks. I like Buffalo because everybody and their dog is picking Seattle and Buffalo gets points at home, so I know it's not going on a limb here, but I'm taking the Buffalo Bills. That's my first pick on the supreme lending. That's your first pick. That's my friend. You're going to start to more that time has started baby. Scotty, You got a picture? Yeah, I got a perfect I'm taking Kansas City against Carolina. Given 10 points at home to that seem like very many points. I know Christian McCaffrey is going to be back. For Carolina, but godly Patrick Mahomes still place for Kansas City. That me? Yeah, I don't think Caroline is very good. I don't think they are either. Carol. My first He's going to be the Pittsburgh Steelers. The line has gone up. By the way, Gentlemen, it is now. 14.5 0 man, I'm going to take that I'm going to hammer it. And I'm probably parlay that with every other favorite this week because I Do not see a a shot in Holy Heck, the Cowboys can win this game or covered spread down eight this year against a spread. They're not. They're not going to turn to one inmate. It's going to be 09 after this one. I just wish that Roger Stop back was playing for the Cowboys are friend Thomas Hollywood. Anderson won't guarantee seventies Drew Pearce and that now that was a team young man that was a team Hollywood Hollywood. Henderson was great for that. We need to get Hollywood back on a recurring guest. Just hoping for Troy Aikman. We don't have to go back 50 years go back to the mid nineties. Yeah, OK, So you've got Pittsburghers your 1st 1st 1. Okay, I am going. My second pick is going to be The Arizona Cardinals minus 4.5 against two in Miami, in which I think is going to be exciting game the two future quarterbacks of the S O to attack of our game of the future game of the future. I just like Arizona because Cliff Kingsbury is surprising the heck out of me the way he's coaching this team. I think Arizona is on upper toy trend. Miami's one lazy when he has the playmakers that he does Talyn, Murray and DeAndre Ha Yes, it's It's not too difficult, and you also have the leader of leaders in Larry Fitzgerald. So that's why I like Ah, The Cardinals win the Arizona Cardinals given four points. That's my second lock of the week. I think that's a good one. I'd love to be in Las Vegas this week. There's five or six games that I think you're really, really easy picks. My second pick Baltimore Ravens minus Wanted Indianapolis. I agree with that. I agree that I don't see why there's only one point favorite. I I like the way Baltimore's defense is playing. They got Lamar Jackson. Why I know because the Ravens are going to be flat after their lost of Pittsburgh. Late revenge in Indianapolis is on an upward trajectory after their win last week. I don't like that. That's all I'm saying. I don't like that pick my second pick is going to be the Buccaneers minus 4.5 against the Saints. Drew Brees has an end a shoulder injury. We don't know where he's at percentage wise, and I think the Saints or not to see the Buccaneers have been rejuvenated with the addition of Antonio Brown. They have so many weapons and that receiving corps that You can't cover mall. There's gotta be at least one receiver open at all times and Tom Brady will be able to pick you apart when he has the upper hand. Okay. Third pick of the week. For me. This is a gutsy deal. I'm I going to do this? Yes, I'm going to do this. My third lock of the week, Ben. And Scottie. They're giving seven points. They're playing on the road in Jacksonville, Florida I shall take the Houston Texans to defeat Jacksonville and I'll lay that seven points. Shawn Watson and J. J. Watt. The crew have had the week off gross game. It's a gross game, but it's a winning game. If you want to make money, it's a winning game because Houston has had the week off their trajectory is in the right direction. I like the Houston Texans, giving the seven points against Jackson them. Well, good luck with that one on, boy. I'm tempted to go against you been. I just think Drew Brees is so kg he might find a way to do it. But Instead, I'm going to take the Minnesota Vikings cover against Detroit. Yeah, Detroit Boy. They've had the Koven 19. I'm not sure if Matthew Stafford is going to play because he was in protocol, Minnesota one last weekend over the Green Bay Packers. That's a pretty good pick. Been your last pick my last fixing the Tennessee Titans. Tennessee Titans are taking on the Bills. Tennessee Times. Aeryn minus six in that point favorite I don't like the way the Bears are playing. I Since Nick Foles took over starting position they have looked They've looked a little weak in time. Yeah, and that titans are there rolling right now. Obviously, they've got Derrick Henry, one of the most explosive running backs in the NFL. And when you have him back there, I mean, Ryan Tannehill is playing really well right now the former Texas fight Nagy. And I think the spread should have been around nine a half or 10 points. But I really liked attending Tennessee Titans Street. There's some good teams in the NFL. I still take my ranking. I still have. Kansas City is the best team in pro football. I think Pittsburgh is very, very good. I like Seattle. They're very, very good as well. So all good teams now update on this Clemson Notre Dame game, Notre Dame is lined up for a short field goal with 609 to play in the first quarter in South Bend..

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"drew pearce" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"drew pearce" Discussed on /Film Daily

"I was watching a little bit of behind the scenes stuff and just the production design elements are really impressive for what they did in terms of lighting and all of that stuff there. So yeah, I would definitely definitely recommend this movie. I think if I would've caught it last year, it might have ended up like maybe squeezing into my top fifteen or something. So that is bad time to the El royale. I got it. I think it's available on on a VOD and all that. Now, I I got it through the net. Flicks disc plan. I also watched hotel artists on a plane, and this is the movie that I was catching a lot of flack for basically being like a rip off of the John wick movies at set in a hotel where Jodie Foster plays a nurse who tends to the wounds of assassins in people who are in like a futuristic crime syndicate, basically like their members of this specific hotel, and they're able to come to her to recuperate after a particular injuries. But they gather Jeff Goldblum is in the cast is really good Jodie Foster starting. Sterling K Brown. Jeff Goldblum Brian tire. Henry I think I don't like this movie nearly as much as either of the two John wicks. I don't know if it's a full on rip-off. Definitely there. Tons of similarities feels a little weird in that regard. Drew Pearce his direct Auriol debut that direction is fine. And I mean, he, you know, he's the guy who wrote ironman three what was one of the writers on ironman three. So you know, he has like a certainly a creative streak in him. And it seems like he's he's going just far enough to try to separate this from the John wick stuff that that. I'm not really like rolling, my eyes and giving it too much side. I in terms of that angle. But just like a lot of this movie feels very written. If you know what I'm saying, it, it's sort of like characters speak in ways that that people would never speak in the real world and not in like a super stylized way like in tarintino movie or something. So I found it just to be lackluster. All the way around although I will say sterling K Brown is very good. And I wanted to see him in more leading roles and so few patella who I know primarily is like the metal legged henchmen from the first Kingsman movie. She was also like Star Trek beyond and stuff. But she this was like the first movie where I was like, oh, wow. She actually like could maybe lead movie that would be interested in watching like, she's she's more than just like the the stereotypical female bad ass. You know, the action star kind of thing I feel like she did a little bit of that in this movie as well. But I thought her acting was actually pretty good movie. So let's not forget this as the Potala is also dark universes famous the mummy. So I never saw the money. So he's going to be the lead of that franchise is also one that leaves in climax with mentioned that. Okay. Well, yes. Oh, man. This is a severe booth. Tele heavy podcasts thing in climax. Jacob. No. But she plays. Somebody who lots of bad things happen to she walks like an Egyptian stirring, her dances off. Okay. Sorry. I give up on done. I quit. No. And then two other movies really quickly. I had like a over the past week and a half of have like a an unwitting George Kuku triple feature last week. I talked about gas late, which was really great. And then on the plane. I recently flew back to Florida. I watched the Philadelphia story and the women both of which were directed by George Cooper. And I had no idea that he directed those. But I'll talk about the women I really quickly this movies from nineteen thirty nine. It is a move. It's the first movie I've ever seen ever that does not have any male characters in it at all it stars Norma Shearer. Join crow Joan Crawford and Rosalind Russell. And it's based on a play. And the entire thing is just about like these the sort of like bickering high society women and not a single male actor appears in the entire movie which for nineteen thirty nine. And also it was written by two women. I think. Yeah. Anita loose and Jane Murphy, so for nineteen thirty nine that's like a jaw dropping achievement..

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"drew pearce" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

04:35 min | 2 years ago

"drew pearce" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"We needed maybe a bit more of that and the future stuff is perhaps underserved. Now this is a spoiler but share doesn't turn up for eighty three minutes. Yes, Eighty-three minutes. I was waiting. Come on share playing, of course Meryl Streep's. Mum shower is four years old Meryl Streep, but never mind that. By by the legitimates Phil Meryl Streep is meant to be about forty eight. They were best friends in silkwood I know for yeah, but but she's forty eight at this point in the movie, this movie, judging by what age man deciphered says she is like it must be about two thousand and five really when Meryl Streep's meant to be about forty eight and therefore share is playing roughly the right age for share. That's not important right now. Okay. Those goods. Anyway, there's a lot singing Abba songs. Some of them be sides. Let's be honest, or you know, album from the first movie. Yes. So many songs from the first maybe and they have a whole. They go into restaurant in Paris. At one point, I won't tell you which Carter's, but two characters go into a restaurant in Paris and the waiters dressed in sort of Napoleonic uniforms, will he'll effort cats what they sing in that restaurant. Waterloo j.. All right. I see. I see. Okay, that makes sense. So it's, you know, it's explain something to me. This is dorrie of go trying to well, the extended story of a girl kind of discovering her parentage. Why does apathy into this? But what I break into song musical James. I just doesn't make any sense to me, but that's the story of the ABA musical in which the film is based. I don't know what to tell you. I feel maybe some over. Scene where someone negotiates rights to records. No, there isn't. There is there is. Just some just amazing foreshadowing just I mean, I don't think I can spoil this, but I'm not going to. I'm going to keep a few things back. But like when you hear that certain character once had a love affair in Central America. Hispanic, and then you start to see shades of Fernando in the future. Behold, for Nando appears words. I know this is great. All the hits all in one place hits. They also cut back seriously on Pierce, Brosnan singing. So got my comes relief because he was famously terrible. You know, he gave his best short. Yes. Best show now that would have been better song. Yeah, yeah. Okay. So a lot of people were saying this is better than the first one. And I know people here saying that this is the camp classic of the year. This is exactly the same as the first one, okay. Which is to say that it is objectively terrible fun watching. It sounds great. Yeah, sounds great. I look forward to never seen him get the winds in first wines in I I'm not drinker, but I wish I was pushing it. Okay. Other alcohols are available. Also this week we have given us star rating again, this find, fuck it is additionally established over sixty on how many you care about it. Three star. Mama, Mia, which is we always end the podcast that recommendation did it today. They did it, get it running time. So I'm just gonna say that also this week is escape plan to an all. I'm going to say about that is along the infra gave me didn't even if the wit to call it self escape plan. B. one stall. The session shocking second day Batista film of the week days and not David just dreadful. It's about it's it's terrible. And if you see in the first one which is contemporary, this one has the same characters that all the same age, and yet it inexplicably set in the future. And there are force fields and robots and nonsense an drivel. And if you watch it, you will die. Will you. Will when he would take seven days, the whole thing's about ninety minutes and that will kill you. Wants to watch it on, you're alive. I am. I watched it. I have no. It with special glasses, special project specialist protective eyewear? Yes. So one star Lynn. Two to four stars until Artem fully escape. Escape plan three, which apparently they made concurrently is coming. Hugh inevitably, like a giant iceberg is still mission impossible to then Fulla which I still haven't seen. And if ideas now you so. Good..

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"drew pearce" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"drew pearce" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"It's been pitched in many, many ways as a almost a hotel version which seems we've got the continental off of John whip. It almost feels like it could occupy the same place. You have heightened world where there's different types of currency. There's a set of rules that on the surface level society. No one is aware of, but there's this subject to all the criminals coexist in this kind of criminal universe. It's genius love the idea that they're all members of this hotel. You have to be a member to use the facilities and there are different hotels. It's not being members. So house red, isn't it? Bickham rock. When the police have shot, you know, Pat you on. We might do that until probably. We'll say, Groucho Marx, quote, I couldn't afford it. That is the quote. I wouldn't be a member of any club that I couldn't afford to be a member of. I think that's what he said. Found, yes, four stars then for hotel artists. Good casts. Really Jodie Foster playing against type plain old than she is. And I thought they petits to rock this movie as well. He did good stuff all around four stars hotel artists, Helen's heart out approaches an extra Bley. Yes. So you probably want me to get a move on. It would be nice change. So we'll be talking about mama, Mia, hey, we go again. I don't know the next. Yes. So this is the sequel to mama, Mia, but sequel and prequel because it goes over all the stuff that we already knew from the first one, but I get to see it. I really didn't need to see the first one because it's act- actually. So in the first one, of course, among the scf reds was getting married. Dominant Cooper was all like, oh, I went to my my dad's wedding. I don't know which of my mum's three boyfriends from that one summer. He was an her mom Meryl Streep, was all like, oh, don't worry about it. And so she invited three men because her moment oversee kept really good records of where they lived in who they were and and they'll turn up into cheek figure out which one to find out. No, she decides that the important thing is to have the mole. DNA what she did. She decides against that. We don't look, we find out. So there's no resolution to this film. There is resolution because her mom gets together with Pierce Brosnan. This is the first one, so don't shout at me. Oh, okay. That's why I thought it because I knew she got together brought home the, he was the dad, all just unfolds. We find out in this one. I couldn't possibly say that would be a spoiler anyway. Do this special from here we go. You can do that. So this is later and so fee, which is Amanda ciphers Carter's is trying to reopen the hotel that her mom work donor. Hawaii hotel Altemus. It's the hotel, Bella Donna, Donna being Herman's name. Meanwhile, we cut back to nineteen Seventy-nine where lily James is the young Meryl Streep, and she is graduating Oxford in graduation ceremony, unlike any that chain and heads off to find herself on a small Greek island and also find some hot Taty on the way top Taty. So Helen, objectify men. Again, I'm just look for in a film where lily James stars. I don't feel men are being objectified here, like there is clearly enough. I candy for the gentlemen or the woman funds here as well. So. Enough of that please anyway. So she goes off so Grayson romantic tangle moments and shoe. And the thing for me about this film is there's way too much of this past stuff because we know that she gets together with these three different guys over the course of the summer, and ultimately we don't care that much. They all seem quite nice. Something has to tear them apart and something obviously will. But like it doesn't really matter. Everything is going to work out fine because before ready seen the future. So the future stuff is a bit more interesting..

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"drew pearce" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"drew pearce" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"The in the movie, you know, Jody's character says you just another ex hippie who swapped beat beads for bombs, and and I loved the idea of a character that was. Very that is now like one of those Malibu billion as the west size in dollar Kashmir sweatpants, and, and so the character became and that led to instead of it being, you know, been a Russian mob boss. I feel like it would have been tougher to kinda cost originally role, but because he became the wolf king, you know, even his name is based on the first John Phillips solo album. If he did. That allows me to think outside of the box who could cost. And that's why the unlikely idea of Jeff Goldblum mob boss, ca came to fruition. Partly that party was I loved him in deep cover, empower get love, deep. Good. He is as a bad guy in that movie. And I also I wanted the wolf kings a character. I mean, again, like the he's an interesting character because basically everyone in the movie knows how awful he is, but he so charming that it kind of hides one of the secrets of the movies of the movie, even though he's literally cooled, the Wolfgang he is actually a wolf in sheep's clothing. He's wearing white and he's called the wolf king, but he kind of and Jeff was a brilliant vehicle for that kind of charm. And then the last thing is I have to let you go is, is Jody and she calls your new on the table rate and she has no idea how to play the character which works out, but the characters were the interesting you say she's sixty five years. Old nurse, Jody is ten years younger. And it is a role is lacking in the fantasy. I would expect from a list actor rife, golf. She's an old ladies wrinkles. You see, it's the reason she hunted down. She actually said, you know, she, she was referring to Daniel Day-Lewis actually. And she said the boys get to play characters. And the girls usually just have to play version of themselves on on board of that. And and so she threw herself into the change to be this character. And I agree is a wonderfully on unselfconsciously unveiling performance. She wears like an old lady, subtle old lady fatso underneath her clothes. She, you know her makeup. We have this amazing makeup artist, Los bow will who who. Wanted to shoe perspectives completely, which I was very happy with because say off, very difficult to act through. But instead you soup old school almost like golden era, Hollywood techniques to accentuate Jody's age and push it forward ten years. And then Jodi spent a ton of time. You know, working on her war can have an older person moves, and also, you know, the nurse definitely a big drinker and pill taika, and so Jodi wanted that to be reflected in the makeup. And she just, she just, you know, Jodi Jodi should be doing this for fifty two years. She really knows get inside a character. Amazing, his win. It's a to this been in your head, and she takes boom, runs with it on the first day. You see her on sat standing because even the thing you also have, it was nowhere close to how good she is. The nurse in the film very Leslie drew is, is echo, is he what? Tony stark would have been HUD? You've label the right on fettered Chris Hewitt's that's very accurate and and brilliant assumption and entirely true. It's the hallway I came at the Acapulco character was what? What would actually happen if you had a billionaire arms dealing LA character, he would just not be as charming as Tony even is in Afghanistan. I mean, obviously Tiny's genius and Fulco isn't. But what a, what an arms dealer in in. In Los Angeles would be would be one of the classic LA douche bags that drives a pup Lamborghini up and down sunset strip. I'm parties with seventeen year old, Russian prostitutes, and and so he was absolutely this idea of kind of like bizarro world, Tony stock there we go, Brunell dunk, good spot indeed. Well, atmosphere here is welcome by the Twitter and thanks actually pleasure. Definitely. It's not going to happen ever. Gonna get. That's just some spam bull goading trolls. Mander antic. He's been placement. Okay. That was drew Pearson as you know. This.

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"drew pearce" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"drew pearce" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"But and then also, so all of this stuff starts to fold into itself because then you realize, or you know, the other element came to that is it's a movie about bunch of people who are physically trapped in this hospital by a riot outside and and by incoming forces. But it's a movie about people who are trapped emotionally than show these characters is of trapped in grief. Waikiki. The stone k. brand character is trapped in a kind of a bee's of relationship with his Bank brother suddenly became, I suddenly realized that actually the backdrops in each room could represent the world outside they can't get to and that them brew like a whole other layer to it. Similarly, the Niagara suite which has a giant mural of Niagara Falls ends up being the the, the room where I placed the scene. Kind of mid point in the movie. Jodie Foster's character breaks down and we and we learn about, you know, the back story of tragedy. And suddenly you have this giant also full in a scene where your character is shedding tier. And this just something about the way those two things then start to talk to each other. That makes it more vox of isn't as an image. And so that's the way all of this starts to. That's the congealing process. When when you when bits of your movie start talk to other bits of your moving. And Shane always says something actually shame blacker we says the the act of making a movie by necessity the production of a movie kind of Bland's out the flavor of a film. What you have to do is put the the most complementary flavors in the pot from the beginning in order to end up with a richness. And I totally believe that because, and you know, and that's what happened with with artists is just like one idea leads to another, and then they start to help each other in the same thing happens with the characters and and also like you find movie as your imperfection with as well. For the longest time, the Wolfgang character the essentially the mob boss was Russian because I, the movie essentially in two thousand fourteen. And as the years went on a Russian Bagai though precedent in writing and actually the reasonings rushing because because of London, you know the the interesting thing that happened over the last fifteen years of kind of like all agog many starting to, you know, to take over various sections of London. I was light with. That could definitely happen in LA, you know, certainly kind of ten years from night, the Russian threat became way too. Obviously prescient with the American election, you know, the Russians took took over in a in a much more deeply intrusive way than just being kind of MLB Bossie buys buildings. And so suddenly that was the idea felt Don certainly felt done for a movie. That would be I in two years and was based ten years from now, but I started to the movie had started to take on a life of its own when it came to Los Angeles. I basically started pouring more and more of references to Los Angeles and very much to become in the lineage of of LA crime fiction, light challenge LA and also just LA are in general everything from to live and die in LA too high, talk -fornia by the eagles kind of all that gilded cage. Aspects of LA crime fiction had kind of played into it. And I was like, well, I'm gonna need to reinvent this mob boss and. His son who both very important antagonist in the movie hyphen. I lean into the LA of on, and I had this idea which which is actually kind of based on kind of David Geffen. Those a really interesting thing that happened at the light in the late sixties where the counterculture, which was thriving in Los Angeles. You know the music scene in particular. Basically, there were figureheads moved in monetize it and you know, you can kind of see the often people date it to the kind of post Altimonte cynicism the took over. I love the idea of a mobile suit, you know, came to LA as a young man, and because of the burgeoning drug scene realize that this was a thing that he could make money out of, you know, in.

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"drew pearce" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"drew pearce" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"I do this the way I write is also pretty specific. I in the same kind of cumulative way I do. You know a story line, but it it's usually thirty pages long and it has bits of dialogue in it, and it's really kind of a break down the movie and work on the the story at life ages, nature's majors. And then I write the film because I quite like to just sit down and not have to think about the a to be of a scene and just let the carrot has talked to each other and kind of just I'm bang. I living in the moment kind of with the with the cats. So I actually write the actual scripts really quickly. Optimus was like nineteen days. Yeah, but but the process leading to it. Pre written. And actually it makes the writing of the script bit more enjoyable and less of a of a grind because I can kind of fly through it because I'm not having to. I'm not having to think through the heavy lifting. I can just kind of be with the characters. Can things change in nineteen day period. So you have changed wildly. I mean, that's the other thing is like you. You've been sure of an idea and then you actually get it done. You call make it work, but there's also there's a, there's a real value in your writing of. Up on of a straw of getting to the words the end because the scriptural change so much, right? It's life anyway, but unless you have a script, you can't start changing it. And the trickiest thing is a first draft. It's the reason that. The, there's a world of rewriting in Hollywood, and you know there's a kind of industry of rewriting people scripts, but there's there's a reason that there is a moth of respect that when it comes to kind of attrition and stuff. The first writer in is usually always gonna get credit even if this word laughed of of their script in the shoe and is because breaking ground and doing that. First off is usually the toughest bit because that's the making something of nothing palm. And so do you you say you like the characters talk to each other? Are you one of those writers who, because obviously, every writer is different. Every writer has a different approach. Are you one of those writers who really knows a characters again to that sort of granular level, you know, when you are writing provide innocent, you're doing the outline. Do you have backstories conscious, you know what they're going to say and how they're gonna react in any given moment, or is it very much off the cuff? No, it it. It depends. Carrots character with essential. Karen, I need to know absolutely everything about them because if they're going to be the emotional drive of the movie, I need to know how they're going to react and an all of that stuff there. There are some characters along the way that develop a different kind of personality and co back and kind of rewrite them. You know, and. It's tough not to be precious about it because you some of the characters you, you tend to fall in love with. But you know something point because I was directing Optimus as well. And this happens on the stuff that I'm not directing to then an actress cost, and then you're really leaving money on the table. If you then don't rea- dress who the character on the pages to sue the personality. And the way I always do that is I, I was a table read I, I'm record scrupulously. Listened to it back. Listen to what lines the actors don't. You know, you can hear someone resists the line, you know, Anna table read and sometimes that's because they don't like it. Sometimes it's because they can't land it. It's just so far from that voice. Sometimes it's shitty line. And you didn't hear lead before new lighting? Yeah, probably punch that one up a bit. And so what I then tend to do is rewrite to that character. Then to that actor and then sit down with the actor and go through the script and and sometimes you know, it happened with the sterling k. Brown who plays Waikiki and hotel Optimus. Yeah, he, we sat down after I'd kind of change some stuff in there a couple of lines..

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"drew pearce" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

04:45 min | 2 years ago

"drew pearce" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"So Trevor's big, reveal. He's talking to Tony and he is watching football match now match. She he's going way because he's real liberal. And he is watching a game in which I I know this because I'm a nerd Liverpool play Chelsea. They won three nil in Daniel scene scoring to go. Trevor celebrates it. Everything's fine. Hunky Dory only problem history that the movie takes pays Christmas and that game took place in may. So talk up lot whole Mr. screenwriter. I mean his the thing, Chris maybes I'm an three, whatever veracity we may have to. It is not a documentary. Similarly, we don't show have happy, HOGAN is able to watch downton abbey four in the afternoon. In American hustle, there has to be some autistic license. It took me moving. Go, Safar said, ruined movie. For me. It's a blanche Twitter because of all hate tweets, but, but you know, it's five years. Thanks. Thanks. We will talk about hotel arts, miss I, it has been five years three and a new from talking to you over the years that you did want to direct and oversee. Drifted all hail the king, which which continued Trevor story latte, great marvel one shot such a shame, they don't do them anymore. I mean, they literally just take up too much time because Kevin Kevin cast so much everything that goes out the door, the he froze as much into much as much commitment and time into making one of the the shorts as he does one of the films. And you know, at some point that is even time-wise economically, that is not feasible thing for him to do because pretending that they've got three films year other than to. Oh yeah, of course. So you direct all Helda king is hotel artists floating around. At what point does that that coalesce into something? Is that something you've had your drawer for a while? You think this is going to be the thing I'm going to direct. It's it's an interesting process. I mean, over the years, I directed a few shorts and light music. Videos and stuff. And I, you know, and directing a movie was just the thing. It's kind of like when my generation, if I can call it that, like I didn't get into this to become a writer, kind of go into it to make stuff you know whether that's writing directing producing you just like your Darren, you're just making stuff. And so but the directing part was really important to me. And I think over the last nine years, I've spanked four different scripts to direct. And I mean, perhaps realistically they've simply got smaller and smaller as movies until I got to one that I could make as a small indie, which is what hotel Optimus is. It's the one before actually the really happened that was that was a big FOX movie called the long run. But again. A studio movie made a mid sized stadium. If you made this point in time is incredibly difficult, and you need one of three Christie's to get it green and none of the crisis were available on. So the long run, you know you should've called should've called. I'm the fourth, Chris, if you have you heard that. Yeah. I mean, there's, there's been a love meetings in Hollywood's. The fourth, the phantom, fourth, Chris, and you know, I think it's time to step up. I think it is, but so automates was one of those. It was an idea in notebook in, you know, actually probably during the eye man, three rising period literally like bad guy hospital and the way I tend to tend to what with ideas when I have an idea that I think could be good. Stop a little notebook. The contains on just like over a year or even two years to write down all the stuff that comes to me for that. I saw a dropbox folder for any images that I find over that period of time in for that. And I start a playlist enemies. The feels like it's connected to that world or could be score, or you know what just feels like it's a part of what the writing of the movie might be. That goes into the the playlist and and it's actually usually quite good method for working out what's. Sticking for me what I'm what what might have legs as an idea. And so with hotel Artem ass- I think by two thousand fourteen I was kinda into the writing of it. Okay..

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"drew pearce" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"drew pearce" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"But most of the time he's been focusing on launching his own career as director, which he does this week with a stylish Lou budget entry hotel Artem is which has a fantastic Jodie Foster Jeff Goldblum and Dave Batista severe patella and Charlie day. And sterling k. Brown. The aforementioned sterling k. Brown as Quinto anyone else if I miss anyone. Yeah, Jeff. I mentioned Jeff, have you? Yeah, let you the second person. I wasn't isn't as fine droop. Here's came into this freight booth. Again, talked to me Jenny, Jenny slate. She was not here, but it was drew. Peers came into this free talk to me about month two months ago, and we had a good old at listen, a very long interview. I'll have to say I did think about cutting down into a special ultimately decided leave within the pot. But we talk about a lot of stuff and hopefully you will enjoy it here. We are me talking to droop. Here's enjoy. We're delighted to be joined on the podcast by writer and director of hotel artists. Mr. drew Pearce. How are you, sir? I'm very well, will the bet of seeing you'll charmer you'll smoothing likewise, in fact, but I'm going to start off with an appeal drew because you're you. Mr. appears for reason because that's what you used to be on Twitter. You're now Instagram, you're an active force on Instagram, but you have given Twitter to swerve and you're really good at Twitter, and I know that there were reasons why. Lift better. Saying it's been a while. So maybe now it'd be time to come back a yeast saying to me that the in the five years, since I laugh Twitter, it has become a peaceful peaceful place where people sign nice things. Each other people are so into Trevor Slattery on Twitter. That is a change. You have no idea. It's changed so much landscape, but here's the thing you can do so much these days with muting. You can do so much with the people that you filter on your feed all the all the batons you can. You can filter c. Chris, this sounds like a lot of hard work for thing that will ultimately only suck up my time. Perhaps caused me emotional dissonance. I, it's an interesting thing I managed to not be on any social media, three years, which I won't lie. I can't wonderful. Okay. But in promoting the, you know, in hotel awesomeness and kind of starting, then I least ventured onto Instagram, which I find just be a much more peaceful place. Well, as you know, I'm a big fan and I, I mentioned in three every so often on Twitter. Thank you for keeping the dream alive. Well, I think those small independent movies needle helping. I mean, we kicked off at that thing. Only made one point, three billion. One point. Two billion just between the two. Two one, five. I don't know. It wasn't one point. And now in the Gandhi. That's good. I mean, I'm still I'm still incredibly proud of that film. I think Shane and rubber and Kevin and Stephen, Bruce, who the producer and myself it was. It was really what people don't realize that marvel movies is Dell. They're like the tiny movies at haunt that made by a giant army of people veasley. But certainly in the case of three, there was a nucleus of five of those for tuna, three years, the just made that film. And so because of that easily personal it is oddly, I think he's a very Easter teric movie for a marvel movie and you know, for good for bad this some really weird shit in there as well. But I'm I, you know, I'm really proud of the fact that we made. We made a, I think we made a classic shame black movie and we did in the mobile universe and that was. Was the intention, plus I smuggled an idea that was straight of Adam. Curtis's the power of nightmares into one point, two billion dollar tempo, and that's that's something to, you know, be a good day the office, which is specifically that would be the idea that this is a spoiler Chris interns I, the ma'am during movie who is portrayed by the Bank Kingsley. It turns out he isn't the criminal terrorist mastermind that we suspect he is, but is in fact an active from Croydon. Cool..

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"drew pearce" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"drew pearce" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"The next year for release next year and incredibly, they've got the cast of the original movie back together again. So that is Abigail. Breslin Jesse, Eisenberg Woody Harrelson and this actually has bloom mind little given that she is now an Oscar winner Emma stone. So they're coming back and I really liked the first film. But again, this is film I've not revisited. I'm slightly scared if I go back and re re wanted the scales befall. My is really real question is, will they have another. Celebrity Comey. Oh, dot is the big question. I do wonder about that. It's these. No, I hope as well. It's the same writers. Rhett reason, Paul were the guys who wrote the two deadpool movies with Ryan Reynolds and same director Ruben Fleischer who has lined up this movie for after phantom fracture fem does well at the box office in received critically printing supernova critically. But you mentioned Bill Murray. He was an amazing you in samba land and he is part of the cast, didn't spoil him, but you go ahead. Did you not appreciate it? Bill Murray said celebrity, did you say the bitten somebody when they go to Bill Murray, stressed, opposites on be an is hilarious bit where he. Around this house and an end. Jesse iceberg kills them things real be. That's right. And then at the end they ask them TV any regrets. He goes, no. Well, maybe Garfield. You didn't spoil at bit. I didn't know came well, I'm glad no one's here to spoil that bit then because Bill Murray is part of the cast of, I can't believe saying these words, the Jim Jarmusch directed some becoming the dead's don't die, which when it when I I listened to it at this week I was pretty sure it was a joke and I'm sure it is a joke, but I'm everyone's on. So Jim Jarmusch is directing a psalm become ADI an stars Bill Murray. Adam driver khloe seventy Tilda Swinton steeper, semi and Selena Gomez here for this details released hip out next year. There will be no plots. The whole joy of Jim Darvish movies you go in and there's no pause. I mean, deadman a guy dies for three days. That's literally Patterson. I guy goes to work and comes home for a week. That's it. Literally, nothing happens is broken flowers at a. Coffee and cigarettes, people drink coffee and smoke cigarettes, well, that about than smoking coffee drinking cigarettes, that would be more difficult, certainly, logistically. But you know. There won't be a plot and I can't wait for it. Yeah, it's, I think it's gonna feel unlike any movie we have seen previously. So he say that and and leave it at that. And it's the steps while I haven't even mentioned Evan, Rachel wood. Sterling k. Brown who are in talks to join the cast of frozen to very exciting, exciting to frozen. Very couple of teasers came out this week. One is for God Silla to with which was quite frankly nothing. They turned up to eleven. They they did. They. That's good, but that I'm sure there's going to be a full teaser trailer by the time you're out, and it's gonna be full Akron one as well and glass. We know there's a glass panel at Sunday coming home this year as well. And there was some news as well about Mark Millar's. Mila world is has announced its first slate production slate at Netflix. There's two TV shows. One is based on American Jesus, and they're three films three films as well, including empress Huck and another one that that skip to my mind. So Sharkey bounty under Sharkey bounty hunter is another one's any relation to sharpen George, the private detectives under the, I guess. So lots of stuff happening in Hollywood is you just need to take a week off every now. And again, I thoroughly recommended and just let us catch up. Can head of resolve, but that's a movie news wrapped up in a nice little bow time. Now, for our second guest, hey, is a British writer who made his Mark on blockbusters in big fashion by co, writing two thousand thirteen ironman three, depending on what that is is my favorite MC film certainly has my favorite MC, you twist. And we discussed that twist and the character that is at center flat twist. Trevor Slattery in this interview, but drew Pearce for it is he has been spending the last few years dabbling with big budget blockbusters like Sherlock Holmes, three and mission, impossible rogue nation..

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"drew pearce" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"drew pearce" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"The base of the this is why. I know, but I thought was way let him have his moment anyway. So this is of course the tation, the latest other tation of Frank Herbert's, classic, and epic, science fiction, novel, dune about a desert planet which happens to produce a substance that is essential to all interstellar travel, cinnamon spice, yes. So it is a very important place and it is for reasons why too complicated get into given to this one noble family and wouldn't you know it? Some complications arise in one of becoming a God. I mean, it's your basic story involving gigantic worms and space empires and genetic engineering and gold hood. You know, we've all been there, haven't we? It's very, very relatable story. Joe ski tried to stop to way back in the seventies. There was a TV series. They did union the children of quite low budget. Lito atrocities that probably the closest I would think to the front hub of, yes, and they're still not super close. Yeah, it's one of the. It's one of the sort of big on nailed books in Hollywood's to do this. Soviet thoughts about this film? I yes. I mean, look veal. No seems like a seems like a really good choice for an actually Shalam as seems like an an excellent choice. The baron of the house hawk own great house of the lands rod, well who indeed they are for those who have escaped James's level of nerd ary will play. The emperor should Dom the fourth. Okay. There must be some other movie. It's going to be Timothy. China is going to be an. Yes. I am June by the way. June. News of release dates. Credit turn. Tino has removed once upon a time in Hollywood from the incredible tasteless. Which is good news and the joker movie. The one with Joaquin Phoenix told Phillips ni- has a confirmed release date, October joker, isn't it? Yes, that removes one of the chief barriers think too. You had some opposition to once upon time in Hollywood new Helen. I definitely have concerns about that release state seemed did see massively and ghoulish indeed. So not goulash. So yes, I'm very glad that they've moved that. And I hope that this is, you know, sign that they're taking that side of things seriously in being respectful of the victims and not just sort of going sensationalized storytelling. So yet that does rather remove one of the barriers to anyway, speaking of DC things spending joke. There's a trying to fool titans, which is the new DC TV series about the titans which are seem some kind of DC superheroes. This is for the new streaming services. This is on the streaming service has swearing in as you get to here in the Tri rope in, say the words about man. Ever wanted to hit rub and say, Batman, then you should watch this because it looked some not great. Is it rubbing or like night wing? You know what? I don't. I can tell you more importantly, I don't care. It's Brenton Thwaites. Tonight wing as night wing Teagan Kroft will of course play raven. The first episode by Brad Anderson is afraid good writer joint session. Nine, of course, on a DO play coriander slash star fire literature, Sweden names of any of these. Kelly is in it as well, Allen rich and his in it as hind call. Ryan Potter is beast boy, but this has been getting a very, very funny reaction on Twitter, this trailer where people have just been base going, no hard pass. Thank you. Know we're good. Nice. You made it well done. It is you know to their credit DC's TV movies. TV work has been stronger on average than their movies. This hour verse who DC I believe are over TCU. Does it connect? Because I get very confused. I don't believe it is. Streaming you? As far as I can tell right now, they're not really worried about anything joining up very clear for awhile. I think I think that the studio bosses have literally said we're trying to get h one, right? We're not worried about tying them together, which is probably wise giving high badly. They've gone wrong when they tried to tell together on the other hand, does risk making things horrifically confusing for people Jenny. But I think it's dangerous to talk about DC stuff and come up stuff in general, given the coming on his happening right now by the time. Listen to this Monday, there's going to be all sorts of stuff. For example, we could talk about the Akron poster, which once again is Twitter..

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"drew pearce" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"drew pearce" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"I just every member, Dave is just a very warm friendly. Paternal is the word at us. He's just, you know, you show up on a set like that is it's like walking into a city. I mean, there's like a thousand people, the number of trailers and lorries and camera cranes all these people and yet in front of the cameras, Stephen creates very, very small, intimate space where it's you and him and Yaish Kaminsky and it's an, it's that's yeah, it's it makes you feel comfortable and really acting is quiet times go naked, an almost always very embarrassing things to be doing if you let it. So you need that sort of that's a real close contact with your direct to like, it's it's wonderful. He would come visit me and sue trailer and stuff in the morning, and so told me through was happening and think looking back on it, I would love to out of love to the experience again and be less stressed. But it I've been kept on a lot of his low pressure on, yes, twenty one year old. He's never been in a movie before. Now. He was, you know, it's he works in a way that I've not found since nine. And this was the fluidity of what you of what he does. Lychee arriving on satin as a handwritten seen on the back of a cool that he's written in the car on the way in. And that's what you filming today. And I'd say will say with that number takes, I mean, if you get it in the first eight, you'd get it, I done you. You could be thinking, Mike, all that was the. Yeah, it was like the final moment of of this huge climactic scene and you like that was done. He knows what he's doing. He's experience to be able to do that, but it is a. Yeah, it's fascinating. He has. It's the only the only person he's got the same calmness and stillness. He hasn't said is all parka, both times of what all I thought the next movie I did after wars is my movie, though park at the moment. So now and this movie now is good, and I'd real shock on the movie. I went after that with a director who is. A little more vocal in visually. You know, aggravating stress because when things get stressful, it's is, you know, it's got. My girlfriend's a midwife serve is really stressful, but you know it, it does say time is time is serious money, and he's not losing. The lion cameras only goes down and unite. Does it gets very, very easy to into a real shouting match between all the different departments. Never one, but Stephen never rises voice once and therefore it was on your third film. I really start hearing people shouting an effing and blinding and stuff. Yeah. Well, just to quickly wrap things up. If in ten years time we come back to mama, Mia, thank you for the music. Cold we would you be for coming back time. This song. On any particular episode that you'd want to be your Mark, isn't it. I mean. I'd always liked it always thought SOS a really sort of cassava desperation to I'd love to give another show. The classic piss on is author of Bashar that. But yeah, I mean, I really can't describe the movie was it was like a hub vacation, and that's why it was like a vacation load of friends, and that's what you know. They wouldn't have to ask me twice, and I think that's what you get when you watch the movies like taking vacation for two hours and you just not happy place and yeah, and leave the real world pined for though. Bit. Amazing. Well, thank you so much for coming in and congratulations on the film. Jeremy Irvine, talk into Ben Travis and now lets unleash yourselves upon the weeks movie news. What has been happening in the world of moving news, hell's bells? Can we start with Doon Doon? Yes, of course. Again, as this is Denise l. knows next film potentially somewhere down the line of his to do list, and apparently he's after the SoHo right night Timothy show to star. Chris. I don't want you to thinking about singing right now. Don't do it. You're a better than that you are bigger than that. So of course, this is the epic. To comb come by two. Rule of three. No, because I've left three weeks between singing fair enough. Is he paying Paul atredes aka Modibo, aka Yucel. That is the strength of the pillar..

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"drew pearce" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

05:44 min | 2 years ago

"drew pearce" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"So if you'd like to be a guest on the public, at least concept is onto this. If you are a famous person and we'll be famous elastic term DeAnne to Tom Cruise, you haven't. I know far off, I'm not far off dear, Tom Cruise, dear Thome, it'll Ston Tom Cruise. You share a name with a famous film stow. We should just have people here named other film conscious. That'd be amazing. That should be a lot of fun. Meantime, you have a question on this question comes from someone who's been on the podcast, although a podcast that disappeared in the either week we lost the podcast was a podcast recorded at stalwart celebration. The went out live at the time and I think some of got record it. Yes, that may be right. It wasn't me. I can tell you that. Well, that was that was there was an incident. The incident, the incident. Stay feet apartments. Okay. The the person in question is Brian Harron who of course is brilliant puppeteer behind BB eight and sometimes on top of BB eight. But never inside my STA. Yeah, he he's full poke. I thought they were just puffins have been seed, partly prion is Potman pop org. That's how he rose. See human. So he is on Twitter at Brian has a and he has asked us this question, has the podcast ever loved or hated a movie than watched it again years later and had a totally different response to it. I've warmed up a lot on some films and probably cooled off another's. So let me guess. Go ahead interstellar, and the entire JAMES BOND library. I was never worn those yet. No, that that's probably not unfair. Actually some films more less like actually, interstellar warmed me up on that slightly. Your were really didn't like? No, I still dislike it less because I went to talk that pull Franklin gave about the effect in interstellar made me appreciate it more, but I still think the story is trash. So. Franklin of you're listening to Liz, you halfway halfway halfway there. You mean the five-star must be isn't. The four star masterpiece. It is. Warmed up on before Christmas. Weirdly, I was maybe over hyped. I was a little bit let down by that. Interest for their penguins in that film. Well, you know, am famously penguin hater. Yeah, but no, there's a few films. The more watch them. I'm having trouble thinking of other examples now. So. That's the question since Monday and fairness, I don't prepare from Monday prepared. Chris, and I shed the the great Phantom Menace revelation there for Yes, them. which that when we crestfallen why I'm swinging back the other way. Having seen it on. I think this is crucial. Crucial to Liking liking. what don't see it just. Undoing with AI like I adored a is not going by saying, yes. There's nothing where you scared. If you go back the scales fall is I just got invited by the story geeks. You know. Go to in a captain America episode and they just asked me to do an event horizon episodes. And so I've said, yes. Terrified because honestly, I haven't seen if enter is in for a long time. You're gonna watch. We Don need is to say. The ship is fucked. No, yeah. The Phantom Menace one St. Christopher defended it for like ten years. And then we saw it in three day. And we've since however, once again decided the best of the pre. So we know consistent here at, I'm still think, sits the best. You have. Signing and you think it's terrible, it's bad. Yeah, that's ACA cleanses unwatchable shit is bad. Phantom Menace wall heavily flawed has moments of genius, so it gets a pass. It really does, and it has big limb. And that's just an automatic four stars, isn't it really? Is it Jenner patriotic duty, Helen. I mean, he is. He is the third grades living Northern Irishman after all. Let's say the number two is. Struggling to figure do. Number one is to tell you this. It's UT weatherman, Frank, Mitchell. Is it. Is it really. I'm telling you. Cultural exclusion thing. Will you talk about really Tarik northerner stuff? Yes. There are people who listen to this Northern Ireland. Bet you'll chases. Stomach. I'm having so hard. Come in here here. Tell you. And that's how you right MRs Brown's boys. Yeah. Podcast displayed her podcast. I feel like this is a hate crime against. I will bring to the question. I'm gonna confess something I have. Never. I don't think I've ever confessed to you before. I've even confessed in the office alone on the podcast..

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"drew pearce" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"drew pearce" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"MIR, how exciting and yes, while the podcast this week as ever I joined by two colleagues of such lethal cunning, you've already heard them just. Running roughshod over the form of established years ago. I geek Queen, you know her from things like banging on about supernatural and buying about Hamilton, hey, Helen, look at this. What. You're having. Hamilton, look at my Hillen look at them. Wearing Hamilton sucks. Hamstring strain. Good. Can I share some really important personal news. It's actually bigger than that. Chris is a lot bigger than that getting divorced so much bigger. I went to the Mamiya to premiere this this Monday and walked past me. Wow. I mean, she was as far from me as you are non Chris, which is for those of you listening at home. Three to four feet. Yes. When I showed you my my socks there, that in theory was controversial. It was It was a a little little too too close. close. I was. I was primary, I didn't share it was going to be that an honest. If I could tell about Tiene how would you would find? I would find a way. Honestly, it was. It was hilarious. We walked the first we saw were Tom Hanks Rita Wilson, Sharon and classic question, and I, I'm gonna introducing the second person. We'll get them to James. The second Bill differ him. You got to build up. You got me straining my. Physical exertions. I've suffered a workplace injury. Thanks to you. I'm a first data. Also what you afterwards. Sounds like a collection of brick tumbling first ater I'm doing a marathon tomorrow. Why was why was Tom Hanks there. Dot makes sense. And Cher was there because she was in the film we're gonna get to that. She is. She's in the film eventually. Okay. With the all all the big names brought home? Yes, yes. All of them. They first fourth, fourth, the Brown home, this Gars guardian Streep. Palooza was she's police. It was all over the place. Man was an blue dress match. The blue carpet was very blue language and lily. James is going to be addressed Bransky. Yes, she was fantastic. Somebody explained to her what that she has big energy. Real. Online, you can hear it. The push of a button, Christine brand ski had not heard of big, dick energy had not heard of it, and she, she pretty much guessed what it was so understood it in a week because I was off for a week or so. I missed an episode. I didn't listen back to, why would I do? We discuss big dick energy. I don't believe on the podcast is it has it had his moment in the sun, it's it's meement if you will. I'm not gonna discuss because it just depresses me. Anyway, anyway, that's you done Helen, you're you're, you're in the corner. That's you in the corner. Let's see in the spotlight and is now time for a big Bill for the other colleague aletha coming who's in the podcast this week and. James and James dyers here, which is also nice, I guess thanks. You're right. Yeah. What would it be? What have you been up to. It's hard to say. The first ater. Kill the guy with the tried my three house. Yeah, it's it's true. What have I been doing? I finally fucking finished, oh language Timothy, Luke Casey's into now, once I'd like to get an end of an episode of the podcast without having to take the little explicit books you'd miss it. If you didn't have to do. Yes, I finished Casey's into. I didn't much mama makes up. Never seen the first one because Abbott. Fault sound like on a call. With that, you'd lose plot by. Join a complicated story mid-flow. This is long form storytelling affiliated to start at the beginning. So I gave that amiss did however see hotel Altemus this week which we will talk about it. We will in the reviews section of the show. Yes. Again. Over the last six years, the show. We do have a question, should we make that announced we were talking about before beforehand we should probably do that. The announcement. This is the last episode of the podcast. I sit the podcast. Okay. Okay. Oh, that's my hamstring pop back into place..

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"drew pearce" Discussed on Movie Crush

Movie Crush

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"drew pearce" Discussed on Movie Crush

"So far i have to say like also non white representation is very minimal on that list so far maybe we'll get into it but on the ten movies we've done yeah i it's it's nil i mean you know it's it's sort of an old school list yet to two thousand seven is that when it came out i mean you know lots changing the best eleven years yeah exactly i mean hopefully they'll be a new list and hopefully that list will move things around you know and for the right ways and i also believe it's like let's bring in a movie that we hadn't been on the list may have come out in nineteen fifty like you know because like ben hur move down to one hundred but it was up in the seventies eighties like in the original list so right you know it's it's i think it's interesting because you also don't want to put on like you won't put moonlight on that list now because it just came out you have a little bit of distance for how does it affect our culture because the test of time yeah you don't want it to be like the academy awards where it's very much like the flavor of the month and right away exactly right yeah and so it's an interesting i hope they come up with the new one yeah it's what i'm going to start doing is listening to your show and watching the movie beforehand because i need someone to force my hand to watch a lot of these fell is because i'm getting to the age now i'm forty seven where i you know not circling the drain but i'm starting to think like i need to i haven't seen fucking casablanca right i need to do that and not watch the hangover again well we all have these movie holes these gaps in our you know it's like we all do every single one of us i mean you know and i feel like it's interesting to kind of follow them up and also then when you see these like apropos to what we're talking about today like watching french connection well this is the genesis of the buddy cop i mean it's a different thing than what lethal weapon is but you can see those seeds and and i think that's kind of fun for me as a movie fan that is more prone to watch you know john wick or something like that you it's fun to go weird that where did that come from the genesis of these things yeah i just watched hotel artists the other night and that hotel artists is a new movie just came out directed by drew pearce and written by drew pearson this is a guy who kind of came up in british comedy circle then got into writing these big giant action movies he wrote ironman three for mission impossible and it just just been attached to big big projects and he wrote a script got on the blacklist and then made this indie movie stars jodie foster and sterling k brown and brian terry henry and just a jeff goldblum assortment of cool people and we'll got me really excited about it was it's an indie movie that felt like the indie movies that were being made in the nineties like by like miramax quentin tarantino being we support this person you know felt like what dusk till dawn felt like you know it's not for everybody it's kind of an elevated b movie that's cool and weird it's like i was saying repo man meets barton fink you know and it's like that to me is so exciting because i feel like indie film now has become like very mumble korea highness stuff and it's so nice to kind of get out of that it's john row which is horror and mumble core and it's like oh i want to see like the action yeah and i think like the appreciation for all that i like you see that movie oh that reminds me reprimand much riva man again i don't wanna watch part and again they hopefully we fuel each other and be like oh if you see casa blanca o eilly now i arrived just other movie for that hannah yeah opens up a conversation within yourself yeah because i mean there i mean how many stories are there what do they say yeah it's like four stories right or something smaller everything is very ation on those eso yeah that's really cool where did.

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"drew pearce" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"drew pearce" Discussed on The Film Vault

"She made it a concerted effort decision to focus more on directing over the last fifteen years than actor director in directing all sorts of things i should not direct this though this came to her in the story goes that she stumbled across upon the script that drew pearce had written called hotel artists which if you're not familiar with it it's that movie they might have seen a trailer about or heard about which is it's like a hotel slash hospital for criminals the john wick world it's very similar to that john wick universe that you and i both said was probably the best part john wake but spent any time there with the coin the coin gets you in to the rules no kelly very very similar this is a grittier darker version of that but drew pearce didn't know jodie foster heating send her the script he's still the story is what they say the qa he still doesn't understand how she got the script or maybe he does but they wouldn't say he's being they're all being cagey jeff goldblum was that craig thala to this whole thing but apparently they're out there you need give it with friend but he's made nothing but shorts which is interesting it's very interesting so she came upon it and she said you know what i wanted to make this and i wanna start it now here's the problem the star the lead is an older woman probably in her late sixties early seventies jodi not that yet from what i've seen you kind of ugly.

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"drew pearce" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"drew pearce" Discussed on /Film Daily

"You know i i expect pixar movies make me cry or to be very emotionally involved in this is a fun adventure but it's not it's not that kind of pixar film that was kind of the first film to it wasn't that emotionally involved either just the fun romp like a fun family rob and that's fine as well in don't get me wrong here i'm not saying this movie is bad this is the very good movie i'd give it like seven point five out of ten you know that's a good movie i just don't think i don't know i just don't think anywhere on the level of the first film but maybe can't believe you hate incredible st peter that's crazy okay here's a hater brattle hotel artists the first buzz came online and you did around up for the sites by the way what is this film because it's not on the level of the two films we just mentioned in what do people think of it yeah so this is a movie that feels like it might be set within the john wick universe but it is not it's follows a hotel that is set up as a sort of a haven for criminals to make an escape and get healed up when they're on the run from the law from other criminals what have you it's run by jodie foster who sort of this old shoveled slightly refer on the edges nurse and features on simulcast of you know collection that is very strange to see all the movie sterling k brown sophia patella jeff goldblum jenny slate zachary toes charlie day dave batista and then the the danger and intrigue sort of escalates than i goes on because apparently something sterling k brown has is something that jeff goldblum and his gang wants and the you're not supposed to kill each other or fight in the hotel but they start breaking rules and all hell breaks loose it's directed by drew pearce who is the writer of iron man three he's making his directorate debut.

jodie foster dave batista jeff goldblum drew pearce writer pixar john wick