35 Burst results for "First Season"

No. 6 Clemson uses goal-line stand to hold off Georgia Tech

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 40 min ago

No. 6 Clemson uses goal-line stand to hold off Georgia Tech

"The Clemson Tigers ranked sixth in the country entered a lightning delay of nearly two hours a lackluster offensive performance an onside kick and a goal line stand to come away with a hard fought fourteen eight victory over Georgia tech after the game Deborah Sweeney said his Tigers are a work in progress in the passing game certainly is kind of who we are right now you know we're young on that side of the ball and we got some guys that are going through some growing pains but you know you got three phases and obviously we're we're kind of led by our defense right now up next for Clemson NC state in the tiger's first true road test of the season Matt Smith Clemson South Carolina

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Goodson runs for 153 yards, 3 TDs in No. 5 Iowa's victory

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 hr ago

Goodson runs for 153 yards, 3 TDs in No. 5 Iowa's victory

"Tyler Goodson ran for a career high one hundred fifty three yards and three touchdowns and fifth ranked diet was thirty to seven trouncing of Kent state goods and had a forty six yard touchdown run in the first quarter and added a thirty five yard scoring run in the third we knew they had a good defense they ask the athletes but the guys in front of the good job enter Simons and okay sure the running backs hello yes hello split second just to get over the top of it when they did and they did that he capped the scoring with a two yard burst in the final period the Hawkeyes offense had four hundred forty yards after averaging two thirty eight in the first two games I will also limited can't stay to eighty yards on the ground two hundred eighty below its season average I'm Dave Ferrie

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Bogaerts, AL Wild Card-Leading Bosox Top O's, 4th Win in Row

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 4 hrs ago

Bogaerts, AL Wild Card-Leading Bosox Top O's, 4th Win in Row

"The red Sox picked up their fourth straight win a standard Bogart's hit a three run Homer and collected four RBIs in a nine three rout of the Orioles Bobby Dalbec added a two run double hunter Renfroe and Rafael Devers each drove in a run for Boston which is one game ahead of Toronto for the first AL wild card and one and a half games ahead of the Yankees Tanner how court two one two thirds innings of shutout relief to get the win might Bellman was paying with the Orioles one hundred first loss Ryan mount castle hit a two run shot for the birds his thirty third home run of the season I'm Dave Ferrie

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2021 Emmys: Winner Predictions for Outstanding Drama Series

Daily Pop

01:56 min | 12 hrs ago

2021 Emmys: Winner Predictions for Outstanding Drama Series

"Let's talk about some of the nights. Toughest categories the emmy for outstanding drama series goes to margin. Which show do you think is going to take it. I hate to be so predictable. But i honestly think the crown i know. Aaron doesn't like it which tells me it's the only thing we've ever really disagreed on show. Well written is so well active. It's so well depicted. You get a sense that you are in one of the most iconic and well known families and what they have gone through so i just think that. They deserve their roses. I'm not gonna say fully dislike it with the full. Stop a man. He just hasn't evolved yet. Let me let me let me. Give you the pallet cleanser. You need less fresh. let's night. I will turn you onto the crowd. I'm gonna make sure that. I took four naps that day. Prior and then i'll be fully energized and ready. And maybe maybe i should do it post pregnancy so i really don't falsely anyway moving on as we're snoozing on the and made stale like handmaid's him when they're up for a nomination they take it home. They sweep in many categories. So i'm just excited that they're back on this platform to again. Really good picks. I'm leaning more towards handmaid's tale because it was so action packed. And i felt like elizabeth. Moss's directing debut was unbelievable. However we love to give a sendoff. We love to give a proper send-off pose this final season. The cast the story lines. What was written on that paper and what came to screen was so unbelievable. Right and it was life imitating art and art imitating life with billy porter storyline. So i think if you weren't oppose fan when you heard it was a final season. I feel like a lot of people got into it and i think they're going to be able to take it and they did already take home. Some creative arts emmys. the word drove. I mean it was to die for. That show was fully entertaining. You went through all the fields with that so don't really anyone's game. Yeah really out out of all three of those. It really could

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Carlson Homers Twice, Mikolas Gets First Win in Two Years

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 23 hrs ago

Carlson Homers Twice, Mikolas Gets First Win in Two Years

"Dylan Carlson belts a grand slam home run and a solo shot of the cardinals the to to win over the Padres it's the second grand slam this season for the rookie right fielder who has fifteen home runs this year that's a real good team over there and we got to bring that energy every day because you know they think of what small over there that's for sure so I'm just keeping the focus on us here and plan plan hard each and every day control we can control it's definitely some benefit street with Tyler o'neill has a two run blast for the Redbirds who win their sixth straight miles Michaelis tosses by a two thirds shutout innings to record the win it's Velasquez takes the loss St Louis remains in control of the you know second wild card spot they're a game up on Cincinnati in a game and a half ahead of San Diego Mike Reeves St Louis

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Guerrero Hits 46th HR, but Twins Hit 3 in Row, Top Blue Jays

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00:43 sec | 1 d ago

Guerrero Hits 46th HR, but Twins Hit 3 in Row, Top Blue Jays

"Michael Pineda three relievers held the jays to just five hits well Minnesota hit four home runs you know seven three victory at Rogers centre or gave to local next to Josh Donaldson went deep against Toronto starter hundred were you who lasted just two plus innings blue jays manager Charlie one toils as real needs to make some tweaks to his delivery he's fine he's LTSE complaint so it's it's always command if you get set you'll be fine like he's always asking that is always done in the past I also don't want Brent Rooker also homered in the wind Vladimir Guerrero junior his forty six Holbrook this season in a losing cause regaining the major league lead the J. is dropped a half game back of the Yankees for the second American League wild card spot join the debate Toronto

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Sale Returns, Red Sox Send Orioles to Loss No. 100, 7-1

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 d ago

Sale Returns, Red Sox Send Orioles to Loss No. 100, 7-1

"The Boston Red Sox started their final homestand of the season with a seven one win over the Baltimore Orioles at Fenway Park Chris sale started for the Sox and give up the only worry was run in five innings of work the Sox bullpen with four different pitchers followed sale with four scoreless innings and allowed just two hits as well the socks were to win the second one in the fourth one in the fifth and three in the sixth all coming on a bases clearing double by hunter Renfroe Greg at ski Boston

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Kluber Beats Indians, Gallo Homers Twice as Yanks Win 8-0

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00:43 sec | 1 d ago

Kluber Beats Indians, Gallo Homers Twice as Yanks Win 8-0

"Corey Kluber beat his old team and Joey Gallo slammed two of the Yankees five home runs in and ate nothing pounding the Indians galleries to season total to thirty seven homers connecting in the first off losing pitcher Zach police act before he and Giancarlo Stanton went back to back in the eighth it's always nice to kind of win a game you know handily like that we've been playing really really close games as of late so it's nice to kind of you know letter letter pictures go out there and not have to worry about you know giving up a run in it obviously some more loose environment Erin judge Brett Gardner also went deep for the bombers who moved a half game ahead of Toronto for the second AL wild card Kluber one for the first time in nearly four months scattering four hits over six innings I'm the ferry

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Romelu Lukaku Is Flying at Chelsea

ESPN FC

01:18 min | 1 d ago

Romelu Lukaku Is Flying at Chelsea

"Will stop by talking about the big game in the premier league this weekend. It is spurs against chelsea chelsea up big favorites in this one and not just with the oddsmakers put also with our panel to it is a clean sweep on the panels predictions. All of them have gone for chelsea to score two goals in this game and come out as winners when we talk about goals. Lukaku has four goals in full games for chelsea many expect him to be top scorer this season. But did you expect him to hit the ground running like he has craig yeah that actually entails needed. A strike hit the ground running. That's why even out and paid the big bucks could l. afford to you know how slow style to the season. Then be playing catch up. So i expect them to start well. Because he's the peak of his career is coming off a great season and that talia again all the heroes. You didn't have much breast and overstays false game was against off smokes this because they do defending So yeah i. I absolutely expected them to gwen show. Aside with structure with a way of playing with some really creative attacking players that can be rotated behind them on a very good manager. Who knows what he wants so for me. It's not a surprise

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HBO's 'Hard Knocks' Will Feature Indianapolis Colts in First-Ever in-Season Episodes

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

00:44 sec | 1 d ago

HBO's 'Hard Knocks' Will Feature Indianapolis Colts in First-Ever in-Season Episodes

"For the first time hard knocks. We'll follow one team during the regular season and the colts are the team that will be featured this year h. b. o. Will be with the team through the end of the season which would include the playoffs. If they qualify they'll be at least nine episodes and the first one will air on november seventeenth. This is all the information we have about the series. We don't know yet what the criteria is for the team being selected and if the colts were able to turn it down it's the nfl films senior executives said thanks. Hbo along with incredible cooperation from the colts we were able to deliver ground. Bake breaking new edition of the series. So that seems to hints at the colts agreed to this. We don't have an answer. A confirmation on that yet. So we're so getting a little information about

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Miami Dolphins WR Will Fuller to Miss Buffalo Bills Game With Personal Issue

The Phinsider

01:09 min | 1 d ago

Miami Dolphins WR Will Fuller to Miss Buffalo Bills Game With Personal Issue

"Breaking news out of miami gardens. The miami dolphins will be without wide receiver willful or for sunday's matchup versus the buffalo bills. The team is calling it. A personal issue and brian flora's even when as far to say there was a possibility for may not suit up the rest of the season. Obviously a lot of unknowns. But what were your thoughts. Jake when you first heard this friday afternoon. Josh first and foremost i mean the seed blake first weekend forever where the dolphins were gonna have a completely clean injury report willful or was the only one who wasn't listed as a full participant in practice on both thursday and friday. But just i do have to say. I think we're kind of over-reacting about this. A little bit will fuller was in the building wednesday. I believe he was actually in the building thursday as well. I'm concerned for some things are bigger than football. I don't necessarily know. I mean ryan floors declined to say preston. Williams who is fully active is going to be playing on sunday. So i think that's more displays being bryant floors as much as odd. This is something that's gonna completely ruin season. I hope that isn't the case. I hope everything is all right for him and you know. We can't really speculate on too much by terms of what's happening on the field. It's gotta be a little disappointing to not see him out

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Kansas City Royals' Salvador Perez Ties Johnny Bench's HR Record for Catchers

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

00:53 sec | 1 d ago

Kansas City Royals' Salvador Perez Ties Johnny Bench's HR Record for Catchers

"Oakland trying to hang on in the wild card race face. The royals yesterday. The biggest moment of the game actually came from member the royals blackburn come set at the belt. Brings it home. I ball deep left center. The wind will push it to the wall and con salvador perez home run members forty five and no pun intended good that is a benchmark homerun because he was one game behind hall of fame. Catcher johnny bench for most home runs in a season. Danny matthews that call one home run behind johnny bench. She's now tied with johnny bench. Forty five home runs for catcher in a season. He obviously is going to break that record. The question now is whether or not he's gonna reach fifty

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Harper Homers, Rallies Phils From 7 Down in 17-8 Win vs Cubs

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 d ago

Harper Homers, Rallies Phils From 7 Down in 17-8 Win vs Cubs

"Down seven nothing nothing's offense exploded for seventeen runs in a seventeen a win over the cubs scored seven runs in the bottom of the fourth inning the bill to the lead for good with three runs in the bottom of the sixth RBI double by Bryce Harper and a two run single by Didi Gregorius scored five runs in the bottom of the seventh capped by a three run home run by Barbara his thirty third of the season when this year is gonna win the game right there especially on in your face and on the top that Mets team at Citi field so I'm gonna get that W. today and we're able to do that the wind and able to fully support within three games but actually he's leading a lot of rain Michael Luongo Philadelphia

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Yanks Toss It Away in 9th, Fall to Hays, Orioles 3-2 in 10th

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00:42 sec | 2 d ago

Yanks Toss It Away in 9th, Fall to Hays, Orioles 3-2 in 10th

"The Yankees lost their hold on the two AL wild card berths by losing to the Orioles three to two on Austin Hays RBI single in the bottom of the tenth New York led to wanted to reliever clay Holmes threw a wild pitch past Gary Sanchez with two out in the ninth allowing Kelvin Gutierrez to score you're one pitch away their and try to go the the comeback sinker away I think I just got a little bit too much around it didn't really come back in a little bit of a game it happens your Yankees starter Jordan Montgomery struck out a career high twelve and allowed one run on six hits over five and two thirds Joey Gallo hit his thirty fifth Homer of the season but the yanks fell a half game behind Toronto and Boston in the wild card battle I'm the ferry

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'Jeopardy!' Hosts Mayim Bialik, Ken Jennings Will Finish 2021 Season

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00:40 sec | 2 d ago

'Jeopardy!' Hosts Mayim Bialik, Ken Jennings Will Finish 2021 Season

"Another jeopardy question has been answered sort of the latest decision on any of the new full time jeopardy host is literally a split decision Sony pictures television says Maya Bialik and Ken Jennings will turn to the duties for the rest of the year here's how it will work the Alec who's been named interim hosts will host for shows that air through November fifth after that Jennings of the article share hosting duties to the end of the calendar year depending on their schedules it's unclear what is to happen after that November eighth will mark the one year mark since the show's beloved host Alex Trebek died of cancer I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Ep3: Pain Is The Agent Of Change Director Tristien Marcellous Winfree - burst 2

Scranton Talks

11:10 min | 2 d ago

Ep3: Pain Is The Agent Of Change Director Tristien Marcellous Winfree - burst 2

"One of your interviewee is mentions that everyone's going through something. And I think people need to understand if you're meeting people on the street. We're talking with some of they've gone through stuff. Like I've gone through things. I'm sure lose Tristan you mentioned you've got through your own grief as well. And with American society, I think American society in general, I think there is there needs to be more conversation about going to therapy, talking about things that are not very comfortable and what are things that society should be saying. What should we be talking about and should be made more aware? Society. Yeah. You know, you know, we live in a culture where everything is so fast paced and we're so, you know, what are you feeling? You know what I mean? You got to get money. You know what I mean? Next thing, you know what I mean? It's so it's so bad because when we see some of our favorites, you know what I mean fall down and we say, wow, they were so kids saying signs of this early on, but we chose not to see that. You know what I mean? I see that person. And I always say, like you said earlier, we meet people. Everyone's gonna be dealing with something. And I think that in this world, everybody, you need to be kind. Point blank period. You have to leave the kindness and all that. So you know, I know it's a hard thing to do to do in the world, but you need to kind of, you know, you'll be on the right path and all that. And as far as the world of itself, then what conversations that we have the better. What I'm wearing this in front of the audience. Everybody stood up at the end. It just started hunting on one another. Why? Because it's that common thing that we go through as people. You know what I mean? You still be able to really talk about okay, yes, I want to do that challenge a theme. I'm like, how did I overcome that by doing XYZ? You know what I mean? And I didn't think I was like, you know, as a self that's crazy or, you know, like, you know, you're crazy if you ask for help. Everybody needs to help. Yeah, and it's definitely a very important, especially disorder. We're all going through something. So now, but as far as the artist's part, right? You are, we're dealing with our own issues. And then we put on top of that, our creativity. How do you do that? Specifically, this documentary, you said, okay, so I was asking other questions and then he led to something else. That has creativity sparking, right? And you're saying, okay, maybe I have something bigger than I thought. How do you deal with that in the sense because it is at the very difficult theme to talk about with people and you're not sure if they're going to be open to share. So how do you deal with that in your creative approach? Well, it's so interesting that you say that because while I was interviewing them, you know, my grief was still fresh in my own. Correct. So while I was interviewing them, I'm like, geez, I'm still unpacking myself and here I am receiving things from other people. And I'm like, I have to take a couple I have to take about a week or so apart from each interview because I'm like, you know, all I talk about some heavy stuff and then now I gotta edit it while I'm editing my short film and it was like, it was filled with stuff made emotional roller coaster for me, but it was that theme to what I knew single handedly that it was in divine order that I was doing the right thing with this project. You know what I mean? And I think for me, the biggest thing was just like sitting back and knowing that Michael okay. This is bigger than me. You know what I mean? My project is bigger than me. It's documentary is bigger than me. And to be able to teach with it in people to see it and feel something, that's what it is. That's what it's about. Right. And it's not something that you're doing. Do you have to sort of detach yourself from your own feelings or maybe you got more into that in order to be able to finish this documentary? I'm curious, I'm a curious person. So I definitely leaned into myself a little bit more about why does the person feel that way or can we go back, you know, the technology and see what happened to our specific time and all that. Yeah, it's just intuitive and me to just like, you know, lead with my body and the heart. Definitely. And I think that's what we have, right? I left at the end. So creativity is our voices just making stuff that it's important to us and that we want to share. So as far as that, we got to bring back something a little lighter. So you said you were doing your film and the documentary at the same time. A lot of filmmakers out there are season filmmakers but there are others that are starting out like I mentioned. So in that sense, tell us more about the process with that. You're doing two projects at the same time, but one of them came out before. And now you have something that you're working. What is the process as far as the production part of it? About at least what you encounter. Yeah, you know, so I'm very grateful for my short film team because when I sat down with each and every one of them, you know, they, you know, what my vision was, single handedly, you know what I mean? So grateful for that. Now, when I was in the editing room by myself for my documentary, it was just me, I didn't have anyone to turn to our go to look too. So it was kind of like it was kind of like a home therapy session in itself. And, you know, you walk through this project and I know that I've mentioned that, you know, we did with the 5 stages of three, you know, bargaining and like acceptance and the value that depression and all those other ones. And the people were talking, but I didn't set up the questions. Like, okay, let's talk about arguing, you know what I mean? Those things just like naturally just like the conversation. And as I was piecing together, this documentary, I was like, huh. Here we are. Talking about the acceptance of something, or the denial of something. And so, you know, my process was very, you know, blindness on and, you know, just getting very articulate about what it is that we want to share when we talk about green. And as far as your festival run so that you completed those two films, as far as being on the festival and screening your stuff, what was your process? The what you do in anything prior to the pandemic as far as that screening your film places and now how has that differ from what you're doing now with the documentary because it might be a little different, right? Yeah, no, it's definitely different nowadays. So the film now the documentary is precious news. So it's definitely been a submitted to customers right now. So it hasn't had its own chance to shine this yet. But the part is the short film pain that's done like an extraordinary job being out since 2019 and being part of your festival in Chicago filmmakers and stony island arts bank and, you know, I get to teach with it and my students get to see it and watch it and we talk about process making and, you know, real health business it's like each, you know, the mediums that I teach on is just I'm thankful for it. You were talking to us about your also a T-shirt. And you also, you work with these you say middle school or elementary school kids? So I work with court theater and we teach our students on the south side of Chicago and also work with tape, which is, you know, Chicago partners, education team, and we work on a west side of Chicago. Well, with middle school students. And I know this right now we're talking about how it is to juggle work and life. And then still try to do creative stuff. I think this would say something about filmmakers that they really get. It gets to them that they have to work more than doing creative stuff. And unfortunately, how do you juggle that? Because I know, you know, like you said, we have to make a living, you know? Yeah. But we also need to be creative in order to help our minds in order to help that creativity. So in your experience, how have you dealt with that within the years? Well, you know, tied before this whole pandemic thing happened. You know, it needs to be a key holder at a store called the tag bar, you know, have to wear like, you know, suits and jackets, people love and all that. And when, you know, this thing happening, you know, I couldn't be in front of people anymore. I had to hop into my teaching bag. Really, and it really just brought out the best in me because my life is, you know, built around passionate purpose, you know what I mean? And when those two things are ignited in me, it's like, okay, I can get paid for actually teaching what I know. You know what I mean? And also teaching to children that, you know, who are curious about, you know, about filmmaking and health stories get told and all that. So to have all the insight and knowledge, you know, lose, listen, I'm not gonna go too crazy. You know, all these gifts. Right, but you have to put it out there, especially for the younger generation, right? Yeah, you definitely got to put it out there because, you know, what we do as artists is. Generosity, you know what I mean? It's a public service, what we do. Sometimes we don't see the millions of jewels and sometimes we do. You know what I mean? But you get the stories out there and sell it. And the most audacity right, right? I mean, I think it is great because just to be able to get back, like you said, we have to be nice, you know? That is really what we should all follow all the time kindness. Regardless of anything, that's the first thing that comes in. And to be able to give that back like you said you're working short films, you're working on documentaries

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Cobb’s 5 Scoreless IP in Return Lead Angels Over White Sox

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 d ago

Cobb’s 5 Scoreless IP in Return Lead Angels Over White Sox

"The angels continued their recent mastery of the white Sox with the nine three win at Chicago the white Sox have dropped fifteen in their last nineteen meetings versus the angels and have lost five of eight overall white Sox manager Tony la Russa says his team is scuffling right now that's what moment is about you know you're in a good good thing it's it's a good are a good vibe to get enough organs and stuff gets worse but the yeah we we were funded today Alex Cobb allowed two hits over five shutout innings Lewis read he following Jose robots homered off Reynaldo Lopez who allowed a season high seven runs Jack Mayfield delivered a three run double during a five run fourth that was prolonged by two white Sox errors on the ferry

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Mahle, Reds Avoid Sweep, Edge Pirates 1-0

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 d ago

Mahle, Reds Avoid Sweep, Edge Pirates 1-0

"The Reds avoided a three game sweep and gave their wild card hopes a boost with a one nothing win over the pirates Tyler valley improved to twelve and five by holding the pirates to five hits all singles over six innings Reds manager David bell says Malley look good once again Tyler Malley continues to to just have a a fantastic season and today was similar to what we've seen many starts from him and I came on a on a big day important date for us as Struble Cabrera penchant for Malley in the seventh and delivered a sacrifice fly for the game's only run the Reds completed at three and six road trip that allowed the cardinals to pass them for the second NL wild card Cincinnati is one game behind Saint Louis after ending a four game losing streak I'm Dave Ferrie

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"first season" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

07:16 min | 10 months ago

"first season" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Missing really good action television show on a ship. I mean that's pretty cool. This is my third time working for michael bay and one thing you know about michael bay is he knows. Actually that's that's his speciality and that's what really drew me to the show is even though he's not onset all the time. Mike obeyed brings in intensity to his projects and it raises. Everyone's standards so it's just one of those things where the show i feel like everyone is at the top of their game and it's showing on screen and it's really exciting to be a part of something that's that is doing really well i. I'm very proud to be part of this. So how involved is the navy on the set. Absolutely the navy is with us every step of the way. It's almost like plugging into the source. Like every time on maybe we have every different position in the navy. That's their consulting whether it's with the writers with with the actors different departments. I've had navy seals onset every single day. Multiple may be sold on seven and michael base. I requested me was getting the navy seals. Personally so i think having the navy around us has really helped us authenticate what we're doing and a lot of shows tried to authenticate portraying the navy. They don't do well at it. And i think so far from the response that we've received for doing a good job at it and it's because they're guiding us so it's It's beautiful companionship that we've created and keep going in that direction. He remarks about how the navy audience reacted to a special screening of the pilot. So we had the the navy put on a big premiere force in dc. Which was it was incredible. There's the moment when i kiss cara and the whole audience was like whispering. They freaked out because they know that. It's not allowed. But they know that it happens and this is just so. I think a lot of the stories. We're covering really do happen. The navy might want not wanna talk about it but these are things that have been before that. I just being made up out of. He tells us about his training on his. You know we did a couple of days of weapon training and when on set i know specifically for me. I have a navy seals watching everything that i do. They help aligning with what be thinking mentally. Yes it's beautiful to have. It feels like my safety. They tell me how by gun navigate with my john how i flow with my gun. Everything how i shoot it. How it looked at the scope and then they'll watch the takes a lot of times they'll be like okay. I loved it whenever they start with. I loved it. I know there's a but coming. I loved it but that don't do that do this. Thank you thank you so much. So as much as it's uncomfortable sometimes as much as i mess up based on record so as you as you got onto the season gotten more comfortable telling absolutely in the season as we got later and later on. They were like okay. You're learning so. I definitely no way. Those guys exceed my character in every way capacity. Doesn't compare to these guys. They have such mental physical emotional endurance training. They can handle anything and they're the most soft and gentle human beings yet they can kill you and fifteen different ways like that so these guys are extraordinary human beings in no way. Would i ever take on that feet. Try to become more intimidating. Michael back michael base fun to work with like i'm saying like as long as you're matches an incident you have a great time because he likes to play around incentives very serious very intense but he likes to play. He likes to riff. He likes him props for thinks he just wants to capture he. Does we need to do to get that out of you. So is as intense as it is. It's a ride worker. Michael guy next. Is eric dane. Who is tom. Chan were being saluted. Lived until you've been saluted man good to be the king long hours Heavy workload. I enjoy it. How does he prepare for the role. The uniform on very literally put uniform on and ninety percent of work is done constraints walk a little taller. A little straighter. It's you know we have great writers and I felt that. If i just keep in mind that i to keep in mind process an actor and say the lines things work out. You know haven't modeled this character after anybody. I haven't found any inspiration from other characters. Were they inspired me. I just tried to play the moment and keep it truthful spa. What's interesting is that it has to do so much. Because there's no one leader according to our government. And he asked to be essentially president in he has to be the united states and canada remind people what the and then also be like. A father figure almost counselor time roles so whereas a lot of different hats that a lot of balls in the word conflict. Sometimes i'll for the most part. It's just a you know. It's like have the way to the world on my shoulders literally literally and figuratively but it creates friction with my exo played by adam baldwin. Because he's not always gonna agree with my decision minutes this other element where he's never gonna fleet up and become a ceo. There's no government left. The chain of command is kind of stock in where it's at. I'm the. I'm the commanding officer. He's the oh. And and that's that's it until humanity or civilizations your store. The viral aspect of the series is still in today's headlines. No doubt i mean. Open a newspaper every day as a new virus that pops up somewhere in the world in thirty years ago this would have been considered science fiction. Now it's highly probable. You know. I don't know if you guys were at the panel. But it's blocking plausible that because of the melting permafrost that in ancient microbe could yield Sort of bacteria that's a our bodies built up an immunity towards no way to fight him off. You know it's unbelievable that a bird could pick it up and carry it to what i'm saying. He comments about what will happen in seasons to come. We're.

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"first season" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

08:06 min | 11 months ago

"first season" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Hi welcome to sci-fi talk the first season here on the sf t network this time with richard hatch talking about battle star galactica among some of his many other projects. Let's go back to two thousand six. Richard hatch i see i do want to mention richard that You know for me personally doing the the convention last year which was gained kind which is really the father of timeless destinations and being onstage with yourself and dirk benedict was a real highlight for me last year. I really had a great time. But we got a little crazy. It was That was actually one of the rare times. I've ever been on stage with dirk because normally we do our own panels. We don't do panels. Wow that's all it was actually fun. I mean i was surprised. We actually got along quite well. Yeah it was very nice. I think a lot of the old Camaraderie you know some from the galactica days. Definitely show through there. I mean people these days. Most people like to do their own panels. Yeah you if you're talker if you're shy you like be up with a group. Yeah there you go and if you're not then you prefer loan not not because you know like other people but because you've probably like interacting with the public in a more free flowing style. It's really high when he got several people that you're talking to up there and it's hard to say what you wanna say and it's always interesting to hear what other people say of course but i just find it Panels and not as much fun for me as it is when i get to get up there and just unless you're with somebody like you know with dirk we can live with each other. Yeah exactly the same way with The guy from a team Chill says dwight so yeah then. Get onstage together. They just are comedy act. Yeah well dwight's naturally funny anyway. So he's a very quite very interesting man. That's not the word. I'll come to me. But he got a very interesting point of view on everything definitely definitely you know another thing too. Is that here. You are actually gonna be holding workshops at timeless for people to attend. i always do workshops. I know everything i do. I speak in lecture all over the country. Yeah i actually i. I always believed that. We all share wisdom teach what we learn the hard way From books from life started doing that about thirty years ago when somebody asked me to come speak for an organization. And i was very shy to do it. But i when i got up there. I found that actually had something to say. If i just basically Let go and allowed my own. You know experiences and wisdom to guide me I found that There's a lot of things that that came out that we're not only relevant for the people listening but for myself. It was almost as if i we start kind of sharing. Maybe the wisdom we've gathered from many and also from living life and we sometimes forget what we know and so I just enjoyed it so much. And i got invited other places when once people heard me speak and it kind of turned into a thing where i started speaking. Churches corporations businesses A number of different kinds of organizations and then started doing my own. Some ours workshops at hotels a little bit like tony robbins type stuff but always dealing with communication with self worth overcoming fear Learning how to unleash your power and creative vision. That means go after what you really wanna do in life learning how to get in touch with who you are what you about. What's most important to you. What your gift to that. And maybe your heart's desire truly is and how to go out there and actually implement you know such a thing to make it a a reality for yourselves and so i i guess after looking at so many talented gifted people sitting back really terrified to go out there and do something with all those gifts. They've been given. I just felt compelled. It gave me such joy to be able to maybe help. Turn the light on and people's eyes and make them realize that they can do it that they can actually go out there and do phenomenal things. If they just have a little faith so i i. I've been doing that in between acting assignments and obviously working on my new production company and writing novels and comic books. And the thousand other things. So now i think it's a very worthy cause. I think anytime you can guide somebody to reach their potential or to take jump and take that risk. I think it's a very worthy. Thanks so. I commend you for that. I saw Barbara's pricing on the actors studio and talking about i related so much to her. You know not because of you know. Comparing town phenomenally talented. But i think she basically said that she had a father that didn't support her believing her mother never said it gave her a compliment to her face because she was afraid. That you'd get a big head and what happened is she basically went the other way and gave barbara really insecurity in theory already complex. Not feeling that she was good enough and so even phenomenal talents. You always was terrified of performing minus amazing. You know most people think my god. How can you be terrified performing when you sing like that when you act like that and And yet it's you know an insecurity self Lack self worth fear. It's not based on logic. It's illogical it's based on belief systems and judgments form in childhood and You know i related to that. Because a child. I was extremely outgoing. Until i was in fourth grade embarrassed by my teacher humiliated in front of the class and i remember after that i was terribly shy afraid of making a fool myself and i really closed up and it took me years to be able to to get up in front of people again. It'd be able to talk and share and open up. you know. That journey was really took me through. Not only acting classes but every form of therapy Every kind of seminar workshop lecture book novel. That i could read to help me. Climb out of this deep hole. I was in and so i. I realize that there's a lot of people you know that are living. Lives of quiet desperation. Like throw says you know and and yet you would never know it. You know from from the surface but i. I got involved in in doing that because my girlfriend. Kinda opening a door. Ucla do extension class and then from there kinda grew and everything else. I'm doing but i love teaching and lecturing and telling stories and getting up in front of an audience and playing with them and interacting and sharing. You know it's more than just talking about how you made your career happen. You know i think When you get up there on that stage it becomes a whole other powerful experience just letting go and seeing what wants to show up and when you kind of open the door For people to kind of begin sharing a deeper more heartfelt place then you have an incredible hour or two hours. Whatever the the panel's going to be of of sharing heart to heart. And i find that that's the most meaningful kind of workshop that one can do. That's awesome to get on that all star galactica. Here has has tom's eric. I just think the first time. He appeared When we saw the to apollo's together. I mean you're looking at it and part of you joined performance and the other part of here saying these are the only two men that have ever played captain apollo together in the same scene. Now how cool is that. Well not only that but to think now actually he. He played apollo so much more than i have. Yeah that's right. Thirty seven hours of follow. The post might twenty one hour so twenty four hours so no power number one it was. It was really cool. And there's a speech given the first episode where you're talking about and the paolo son of zeus. And you're going through that whole thing when he's like you're captive thought. That was every time the two together. There's always this great tension.

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"first season" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

06:14 min | 11 months ago

"first season" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Canada, need I. Thinking about it, I'm going Wallin's you know. Target. China I the. Target. Never knew all. The era of course course you know he was. Great but I, just it was like one of those. Performances where you watch it and you go I. See that actor again and sure enough. or You go yeah it's Craig. I'm glad you get again and. I mean I got I got a comment when I did my first movie I didn't get the comment but I heard I heard a carbon. After, the movie's over I'm reading the movies and tell you I didn't when Henry serial killer. And I heard someone I I to four or five people army say oh. My God did actor will never work again. And and and so. I heard that in. The back of my mind, I'm going. Maybe, so But. you know after a movie like any you don't know when when. It's going to be perceived and everything. So yeah and but also in the back of my mind that you watch. Yeah. I'm a very. Open. Guy I don't give up and on your side just keep. Going man. That's the spread I do and. I, love what I do. So this is not like to Caen. So when I used. Keen to me creatively going. Yeah. So I I. I concur much and. So. I was like I heard that comment I was like, yeah. Okay. We'll see we'll see buddy. I we've got the last laugh on that. I mean you know you're going to be pumping one of the biggest movies this summer. So I think that guy you know it's like he's like the guy who told Elvis Presley should be driving a truck. You know people. You know people escort. They don't know they just don't know they don't get it. But. I really want to thank you for taking time to talk to me I. Think it's going to be fun convention this weekend and it'll be cool to see both of you guys together to and and even Karen you both you guys together from. Guardian. So you had that Nice overlap and that'll be fun I as a great overlap you. Great. Great Gal and and. Take a chance to be in Jiang another James Gunn movie. You know. Guardian. Thing for me was such extreme pleasure. Working with all the. All the great great challenge. And my goodness I can I can I can hardly wait until. An to folks start really ewing God. They're starting to gear up now. And it is just going to be crazy good and. It's always fun to see the in product in watch the audience. I enjoy making sitting back. And watching the watching. Now, the responding to unscreened Kinda cool. While share this year at comic con in San Diego. You guys will be able to say a little more and and show some more to so that'll be i. didn't you just started shooting their last year so we had and we actually flew in. We flew in from in. London and that's right. And then to back the next day. Changed. Its COMECON. It was amazing. Amazing. Yeah. Great. Have a great time at the convention and. I'm sure it's GonNa be fun and I think you've got a lot of career left despite what idiot said. He didn't know. Farming to that that horrific movie that was like. Carrion like Oh, my gosh. So You Buy. In not necessarily, some people were moved by it. posits like Oh. My Gosh this is so amazing. There are no cop cops there. No I mean the the senior real real. They're not like Hollywood it up. And so people really really extreme year intern on by that, and then there are people who were like I got a united here. I. Just I can't watch this anymore and we literally fifty percents if not more artists got up and just walk out almost. Faster same time. And we? As. Producers and actors and director, and they are we back the fact just silently clapping our hands like, oh, my gosh actually made people. Can Walk out the how awesome that? But that's hard to do people generally tend to. Stick it out right. Man would they got up and they? They got out of their. Thanks. That well, I mean it's a classic I mean there's just no other way. It really is people are still talking about it all these years and. New Teenagers Seventeen year olds I mean. People are brand new honest new audiences. Verse I I've encountered several, you know this year and and. And showing other trends are. Showing you all their friends. Like the beginning. I did it. You know all the. That's amazing. I manage to take care of yourself. We'll be seeing you around I'm sure. Special thanks to wizard world, and you'll be able to actually see Michael at some of the other conventions around the country for world just visit wizard world dot com for more information until the next Sifi talk this is Tony till auto. Thanks for list. Rucker. House you're listening to Sifi. Talk enjoy yourselves..

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"first season" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"first season" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"A great experience gap sodas about the the kids that all have to commit suicide at the age of twenty five right that was a great episode. Yes, I'm the Logan's run meets. Lord of the flies exactly. Yeah. Yeah. I just had a great time working with a great group over there I mean they're just so solid that that production crew you know they've been. Doing it obviously for years and I think now with stargate moving onto the movies they probably. Amalgamated. Their crew into into the one. I'm sure it's just A. Very tight unit and obviously I mean they've just got millions and millions of fans for that series. So that was that was a lot of fun to be part of it. Even if it was just a short time for me when you do directing television, I mean it's such a faster pace than films do you have to kind of go in mentally? With some kind of game plan as to what you're doing or is that all disgust ahead of time so that you can hit the ground running when you have to start shooting it is yeah it's like landing a jumbo jet for the first time with your. Cats episode of television substitute teacher because how much used to hate the substitute teacher. Already, where's the regular guy? So it's a little bit of you got to be a party host and come in and try to wow everybody pretty fast and the other strange. Double ended. Directing TV is they want you to be original and yet you have to kind of fit in the formula because there's a formula for television and characters can't suddenly change too much from episode episode. So it's it's about being a team player and it. You know the I I mean I've I've had I've had pretty good success with a series that have done, but it's always tricky to do the first one. Yeah and then you know if you're lucky enough, they like it and you come back and do lots more which has happened to me. Many many times which has been great but Yeah. It's a learning curve that is pretty drastic doing TV, and of course, you know when I did the stargate Atlantis I, I went in and because it was the first season, it was so new and fresh everybody that I. Kind. Of Do my own little crash course with the the stargate DVD's and tried to catch up on just the style of the show and at least give them sort of what they want. You know at least along the lines of what previous directors have done another challenge to. For example, the you're going into a show that. A lot of times are shows where the actors know their characters really well, and some ways you know especially, if you're directing it for the first time, it almost puts you at a disadvantage when you're when you're directing. Oh, sure I mean, how do you handle that part of the challenge? I've as I said, a million times stolen my best ideas from actress. And these these guys especially in series television you know they live the characters day Annandale for years and you can't come in and say you know I think this guy really has a troubled childhood and that's why he's doing this..

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"first season" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"first season" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Great Yeah I really liked that story. It's It's amazing. She was not a doctor. She's a Dow. Now that was that was another dose, and no one saw that coming for sure and Tom. Oh, you know his. His character is similar to battle star. He's the guy who is you know he's he's. He's on the right he knows. It's like he started out very black and white, and this year kind of making a little cray, which I kind of like you know. It's interesting stuff. There's so many things that are that are working on the show and you know it's it's. You know I'm on board and I WANNA. See what happens you know it means you know we have to content ourselves with what we have on TV are for a while, and then also maybe rehash the first season, because the DVD's are good, because it's really show that you really have to watch more than once and really catch little nuggets in each episode agree. And get more clues into what the whole thing is and the whole thing with the handlers to that's a very interesting relationship and how that works, you're right. You're right because they pack a lot of information a lot of in every episode that you don't even get when you read it through the first time you know it's just. It's a lot, but it's so brilliant and very very subtle and. And the DVD has like the bonus features that I. Think are a lot of fun. I don't know if you check those out, but. I think most of our episodes from season one on Hulu or at least the second half and of course Fox Dot Com. Everything changed everything. That's what I tell. My friends was like well. We'll just watch our DVR for stuff in the season one during the month of November. We've been. We've been I've been in betting on my site every episode. I love that. We have a little SCI FI TV areas whenever something new I embedded on the website. Great. It's Kinda like a little room. It's like a little group. People can go in and watch an episode they might. Mr Didn't Dvr. So yes, so it's. It's great to to have that in helps me catch up to. Although I I got dvr everything, so I'm like way behind right now and some things. But it's hard. You know it's It's it's really a very unique concept. It just seemed that when I saw Josh and at Tomoe at. At comic con in February hinder here in New York area. Joss was pretty excited about concept and making it at at. And I know it's been a tough road with the ratings I mean is it I mean how the mood on the set I mean. I'm sure everybody's energized, but I'm sure, also they they wish more people are watching i. mean everyone's different I know. There are a couple of us that don't. A lot of people just don't even bother looking. They don't even pay attention. They can't get energy, but a lot of a lot of the crew of the cast the writers. For sure you know we're all aware of our situation, but we don't bring it to work with us. That's what I've noticed is is. We. We all love the show so much. We love each other so much that we just go and try to do our best work and have a wonderful time and enjoy it while we have it. I mean it's like. I don't think these days anymore. You have any kind of guarantee for anything you know. If you're not a hidden to episode reality, show you don't stand a chance, so we've been very blessed to be to be around as long as we have already, and and I know things are crazy, and.

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"first season" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"first season" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Wrap things up, yeah. and. You actually did win win. Both you worked on both series You know pretty much although I guess there's the overlaps different based on one. They're airing hell on wheels. Mostly a summer show and clone wars was in the fall going into the spring, so I guess you went from one to the other. Yeah, that's right. That's cool. Is that where you WanNa concentrate right now, just working on television or do you want to come back and do some features as well? You know I try to about one teacher a year. You know that's the hope, so we're. We're in talks right now. About a really nice feature I hope, half. Like where? I hear you you. Is it a change of pace from what you've been doing a little bit that new teacher yeah, it's a bit of a change of. That's nice. It's always nice when it happened. Insight I mean I I. I've been fortunate enough to not get typecast, and in in terms of like I'm not really. You know I've done the electronic on by. You know I've done they are. On clone wars, and now I'm doing the the. On On Hell? On wheels. You know I don't know if that's good or bad thing for me. It's a good thing because the. Sort of proud of. Being, able to. Have that kind of range. You know you heard people talk about an actress who has great range. You can play guy like the guy or whatever I feel like I fit into that kind of a category. When you look at those last three shows escorts. Yes, I in Hell and Star Wars, and those are very different shows. It's like no overlap at all. That's right. So, it's cool, you know. What's it like though when you when you come into a series like? do you have an idea what the musical Palette is going to be for the show or do I know for star? Wars you had a lot more probably a lot more experimentation and the others, but was her something. That did you work with the? Producers or on your own to kind of come up with a Palette that fits the tone in the series. Yeah, I I think the producers sort of have an idea of of what they're looking for. Yeah I. There's a bit of evolution in in the first, say the first season or the first few episode of the season in terms of. What's working for everyone and whatnot? Yeah, with CSI Miami we had. The show runner with the name and Donahue Yeah. She constantly pushed us to kind of so that the score would've all. So wasn't the same every year I. Think know you look at some of the other shows like I dunno, like grey's anatomy or desperate housewives or something like that, and that's gorgeous is what it is. They have the sound and. They just do it every year. I'm. We definitely do that on CSI Miami we. We definitely evolved. Can say the same for Star Wars Clone Wars Yeah I think there was a bit of an evolution there. Yeah, definitely and how you're still in the middle of that, so it's hard to you know it's probably evolving as you know as you work on it. You know right now. I'm using a little bit more electric guitar. The season's Oakland than I have in the past not too much, but. Trying to use, it in. In unusual ways, and I'm using a little more of the vote instrument. My have guitar of your. More of that. You know say it's good to keep yourself. Challenge Oh Yeah And it makes the show sound so much better you know just to. Kind of effort is going to make it from a good score. Go to a great score, so it's it's worth the effort. Yeah I certainly hope so I mean that stuff. That's the plan. was hard with Helen wheels to kind of stay away from the traditional sounding score of Westerns westerns always had sound, and there's certain instruments that'd be used all the time I I don't think it was hard now. I think that was a you know that was A. Conscious decision from the very beginning. Yeah, who you know? Use the unusual like the Middle Eastern instruments. And also to Sparse. When when it's sparse like that. You know sometimes. When you have a lot of instruments. You can have a mediocre I then. You kinda of Ukraine Polish the. Polish. Her idea. Layer things on. You know and layered on it and. When you only have one or two instruments that are playing. You better have a good idea or Going to be a parent right now and. You definitely have to be on your game. When you're doing something like that. That's for sure. Yeah, I! Do so even though I'm putting less instruments on, it's still takes. It takes quite some time because I think there's a little bit. Whatever part I'm playing has to be well thought out. Yeah, yeah, definitely well, tell you you're still doing great or with that particular series. That's when I love to watch and look forward to it when. The weather when the weather changes, you always look forward to certain shows, and that's one of the great to see it. And, again for what you did on Star Wars, wars I think. Certainly helped a whole new generation. His hands get on board and. I think it's only going to help with the new movie I'm really looking at and we're Tyson. We touch on it, but you know the show is nominated for seven Emmys. Yes, wow, that's crazy and music is one of them and We're really about that's going to be this Friday the cocoa. Any Analog, they'll. Tell you turn deserves it. You all work so hard on it. I think it showed. I was it was challenged. I mean there was some risk taking a grinning back. Darth Maul was definitely arrest. But yet somehow you poke you. Guys pulled it off. It worked out. It's It was cool I mean there's a lot of things that you could say during the run of the series and it really. took the whole saga to a whole `nother level I wouldn't have been and right. And you know funny enough. When when Darth Maul came back, so I went back to the films and I'm like Costa. Look. What did John Do was? There are small team and there. was, but not really you know, and they're. He sort of had some chanting almost kind of. whispery kind of champion going on right and then there were some kind of low brat clusters so I sort of had to take that a little bit farther because there was a lot of dark mall in our in our show, you know. Whereas the wasn't nearly marching the teachers you know, but it was really cool to be able to kind of take. Use that as a springboard. And then take it of. Definitely, again best of luck on Friday with the EMMYS, it's the series certainly deserves its share. For a lot of the reasons we talked about already, and it's just Is An amazing show. It.

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"first season" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"first season" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Did something when he created Jr.. Of of evil man like you know what they say that there's a union, the Yang and all of us you know and I always say. I don't let the actors. Really, good actors never afraid to show their dirty ugly for you. Because you have to. Make you right there. And jumped as much as evil as jr in Larry and was. Of course versus. That's great. That's and he really wanted to thank you for sharing it. Yeah? He's a great. I really appreciate you. Sharing Net because it gives people an insight. They normally wouldn't have had you know especially now that he's gone so. He wasn't lazing. Been Back, you died on the set so I went to his. Memorial for him here now, talking I was shooting. You know I'm not a regular I'm on the show right along very strong recurring. Six out of. Seven out of ten they only they cut me out of one so I just think. That ten air. And I probably will do another six point lead so very strongly there. are other stuff nice, but I wasn't I wasn't upset when that happened, I was in la. and. I felt like I kept saying that they had a little memorial and I can see A. Lot you know since he needed a lot. The show runner on the Creator. Cuban house right up next. That's right so. No I. She's fabulous. No! Go to what you know. Go, anyway I met her, and I said I'm glad you did because I feel like I haven't been able to. You got that. She said that she wants to the funeral in Dallas and that they laughed so much for an hour and a half. Dozen, remember and everybody in stories about him and everybody was laughing me. Favor. That's great. Again amazing thing and I said Yeah you know I was cheated out of that and I've been morning. I really need it. Because, then I'm going to be on the center I'm going to be like that. And and you know it's GonNa, be January died. You know November, so i! I needed a little bit of what was your with? My. Collaborators on the you know. I'm really glad they did that. Absolutely and speaking of the next star Trek. Are we going to see you in the transporter room or? No I guess we're GONNA. See Scotty and there are a lot more now. That's the way it works. I'm the PREQUEL. Remember that's right. You're the first one you're the first one. I'm looking forward to the next one. It looks really good actually. Probably be wonderful. Doing his thing has. ACTORS AMAZING AND Only amazing and my my her. What was his name? Chris. Yeah Jimmy Doing Sonya. Great Yeah! He's got. He can't who respect yeah. Yeah I mean Yeah Chris Chris Pine as. What was interesting is? You've seen it this way but I got to see in an I max so I saw a very large. Very Large Marlene. On that day it was like. A, huge green go! I did not see it and I I was amazing. It was pretty amazing. It was pretty amazing. It's amazing majorly. Wonderful Yeah I tried. You we opened the all new generation of checking I hope so. I hope so I really do. What one thing since we've talked before we haven't talked about is I caught you on criminal minds, and that was a nice part for you I. Liked that character. That was good. Lovely I I'm you know. I I have played a lot of MOMS and a lot of maize, which I have a problem with exact. You know I've played judges. I have saying cops say. Top. Four so I'm blessed to be able to morph into both sides of the. Spectrum and you know I don't say. I! Don't mind enough for you, know they? They're hot twenty one year old know. Yeah, unfortunately. You're right, can then lead the roles that are available. Will you know an act forty? You know mother rose again. You know I remember when I out like Oh, but it's. Personal to me. This is very different. Dallas a lot of love you know. Then it was money. Ferry? In the show Dallas are woven into the fabric of the show, which is really the way we are in this country woven, but of course that's. The only reason that that exists that. CLELLAND's as Mexicans as you know, and honestly the only moral characters in the show. Ran. By a La Vina. And, I have no problem at all with that. My my problem is that. and. I still have a problem because I think there was not enough of the other. We have our own Tyler Perry or over. You know we're not going to have. Yeah, we're. We're still behind bars. The efforts like we are behind the ad as honey. African Americans Unit Unity Representation. Only you know we don't have A. We have been Mundo and we was y'all ain't gonNA. Help. Not How because I remember this, Asian on that, it's twenty five years now everything. You're right about that one I. That doesn't even tell me know about the American market I'm talking about the world that I live. You know bilingual world. World where there are, let me know woven into the fabric of this world, we, yes, yes, we cut the grass and we ought an any and we are, but we are everything else. Do Yeah. You. We're married to white man Chinese men. were. Racial. You know we're just in the fabric. Of the picture of that, yeah, I agree I goes out a little bit a little bit Jimmy. Smits year you know, but you know I want to see more of it and until that happened I. You know we have a lot of work I agree. There was something else that you were in. It's a web series career. Could he be road is that? The Cleveland that. Is that. Is that still showing on the web I still playing, they're still producing. That is my. That's the real naturals a month. The guy in the. A friend of mine, so I do that great for him yeah. So! When I? Unfortunately I haven't been around, so he had to go back and shoot it for more of you know. I'd rather get my weapon so time for my friends for freedom and. then. NBC for Doing Dollars Day what they're paying. Wasn't. I rather I, that's that's the view from my. My my people gotta give my for free there then so. There is a I think he's fabulous guy actor. He's got die and he's really trying to do things like that where he's you know. When he left. He knows and black folks. The big parts an important part of. The hopefully we'll do more of that. I have just been shooting Tyler Perry movie whereas William. Levies mom. The single moms club thank you. And I'm really hoping. The criminal mind part up.

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"first season" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"first season" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Hunger TV series that you did the hunger wet. Yeah, my first one yeah produced by Tony and Ridley Scott. Yes, that was the first one but time ago. Yeah, it's now. It's easier because you know everybody's got to. Those people who do those video effect. They got access to much more power and. To achieve things. You know where. You know as an audience. You really get into the universe, and you allow you know everybody to immerse themselves. Will that you know? Now what I want to ask you about you score a French cop show I. Mean I i. mean I I know what the American ones are like, and they tend to be especially once a deal here in New York. Aw, and stuff. How musically Howard do have the French shows. As far as scoring the Koch our. The big difference it's. Much more talking. The action, but then there's not that much. Sometimes I just talk here. Isn't that very? Very cerebral sometimes, so it's different than other will is really an underworld. I don't know if you watch law and order here in this country is a lot of talking that one. Actually well, law and order is Steph. It's more like a when I'm doing. It's more like a kind of A. You know. A. Small version of a twenty four. It's more like action packed like that Oh. Nice field. It wait did talk a lot. Learn ardor different. Cases, you know look. No yeah, a lot of stuff like that. And as I mean, are you able to I? Mean? The being human schedule is a little different. Something? That's very unique like for example, most shows starting September, but they have it staggered so like being human will start in January and I guess it runs well until the the spring. Is that how it's going to run or? Does it. Get broken up in half again, or does it or does the entire season for the broadcast? I have no clue. I have no clue ear. I know that year we really We We don't have stop the production that you know. I know that. But. I have no clue this stop. In the middle of season I don't think so. I think it's a certain weeks in a row and that so you do thirteen. You have thirteen episodes to do coming. Eight now you're on number eight. Wow, so you guys are moving along. That's great. You can always tell because. The actors aren't available. 'cause they're. They're shooting of course so. Yeah I think now, if just the finish shoot. The for a Monday I financial. Definition shoot so normally. The you know the steps are. Video FACS. I'm the end they cannot finish without me basically. Not. All so I'm never late. I'm always on time, but I think also they've got a lot of easy are a to do. Yeah, yeah, dialing or With the actors and sometimes actors are back in La, so. I know the schedule. It's pretty complicated for me anyway I don't have choice to have to deliver. No, that's that's that's an amazing. How how shows? Every composer. That's our job. We have to deliver on time. You Know Yeah Yup that's part of the job he up. It is it is? It's a deadline kind of business and you have to get it out there. Creative and they'll everyone time. And adds up I. Mean you know this is season three I guess I would assume there's probably going to be afford, even though it's too early to talk about that, but I would assume scifis thinking along those line. I hope you have to tell everybody to watch the show has. To, of course, they're gonNA, have it. Yeah! I. Don't think that's a problem. A lot of people that listen to me in go on my side are fans of the show and I know because when I put things about each episode and idea I literally. Preview every. Episode And then if they're like at like comic con, there are pictures an and I posted those up to and on some of my other picture sites that I have and people. You know that. Those fans know that there's an album available in. January. That's why we're doing this interview. So cool because we put you. In the mood of of the series I love soundtrack CDs. It's great because now you can put him on your ipods and take you anywhere and you know that's that's works great about it. Yes, and the and the thing about being human, no I do other scores, but the fun about being an as a as a composer it's it's outweigh between a standard. You know score and songs so so that. Even for lessening. You're actually melody, and it's not like you know some. Some normal in score. Score. It's really you know scores music so like a move. This one is a lot of almost like a song structures so fun to listen to. Cool that's cool. So so so you. We'll have some surprises coming up musically this year. Probably you can well, there's always surprises. His. Sometime get new characters insist that. All the I've got new team. Yeah! What was it like when you had to score? Like I mean this is already aired. especially the ones where they do the flashbacks in time that kind of thing. Like. Oh, I love that. Love that every time we go back. Yeah, well I. Part of the the tone or the texture use of instrument I, the old Irish. Hertie Gertie and sometime I mixed up with some. Middle East flu. So, and you know I. Try to do those I rid of instrument. And why don't we go back to No, we those flashback with aiden. You know even if even if it's from the you know last year I did a song sound a bit like in the twenties. With this shop, but even if it's so from I, don't know which you're open war. I tried to The funding now suddenly I go. Normally the sound of the series it's more urban edgy. NO BASE GREW A. Fixture of guitar for only whoops. I go very more film kind. You know very minimalistic and I'm I'm fulling. I'm scoring in the more And I think. Helped to put you back in time I think yeah, absolutely those old instrument or early Gertie and get car, which is a kind of a an old. You know violent outer. I speaking of Bishop I hope I know you can't say anything but I would love to see him. Come back some weight this year. I think it'd be awesome to see him again because he was such a great character. You have to watch I know I know I. Know We can't talk about it, but I just that's my own. That's my own wishlist for this year. That's what I'd like. Any exactly anything can happen on the show. And it usually show. Yeah, yeah, so you're an episode number eight and Don't give anything away, but is it. Is it a season well in his full of surprises, but what? What's the tone of the season musically this year, is it? Is it well. They? They the fact that go back last year. A lot of characters were on their own with their own. You know story and. Saudi with the reaper and things, no, yeah, they all go back a lot altogether. So I really go back to the mood of the first season, and that good the interaction of the to the tree of them in the house, and there's a lot of It's very cool. That sounds that sounds on, but the all there. Yes..

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"first season" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"first season" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Take this TV show and make it into something that can be not only accessible everyone. PUT The power back into my hand. And Amazon's doing incredible things for authored. What about screenwriters, and then I thought well, maybe I can merge it, so I started, playing around with the idea of merging the two styles, and so I get an opportunity to be poetic, but also with the fast paced and abilities that I have the screenwriter, so it's really you know it's really something that you're GonNa experience in one night versus a novel where you could take days and weeks. Yeah, so you know I hope that something new? And different for people who experience the home publishing industry. It's literally been turned upside down because of. The book and kindle. It's really been amazing I mean I've interviewed authors for other books. Who have like you know some of the best selling ones on kindle. It's really amazing. It gets your product out there to a mass public to which is early cool? Exactly, and that's the thing screenwriter. You're right. You're right a piece of work you rewrite it. You make it perfect as you. Can. You get it out there? And you hope to either land representation. Get it option get. It sold an awfully get it made. And your fingers across through the whole thing. Now I have an opportunity. Has something tangible you know? Literally I can. There's a chance a real chance of making a living at this. So you know and it's. It's really something that if you write one book, and you and you put it out there. You know you're selling one to one person, so it's. It's really a numbers game. The more products you have, the more you're, GonNa make. Really, it's it's something that if you have five books ten books, you know you can have one person by ten events, so it's actually ten. You know you're you're selling ten product. The one person and you know the numbers game. Is You know it's amazing so world? You know The world is at your feet when it comes to customers, who especially with Amazon so yeah, really really exciting and I. I create it. you know it happens like I dream it. It will and you know now, actually my stories in the world for people to read exerience, which is very very. Our is. We knew each other because of another story that you you. You written several screenplays. and this one in particular was about a detect the two partners chasing A. Serial killer. You know what I'm going. Oh do I know. You know what what's What's the latest of a puppy? My two favorite cops in the whole world. Well in all detective wells and young, which actually you know people out there you know, don't know and then one day will me and you actually worked on them and develop them together and they really. You know became close to us and you know the script. mistletoe is referring to a black butterfly. It's I've been compared to seven and it's. It's my baby. It's something that really you know. Got Me signed the auctioned and really make things happen for me that script I believe the option is expiring or has expired a few months ago from my last manager. Okay, and now what I'm going to do, as soon as I'm finished the clientele. I'M GONNA. Write this as a kindle version there you go, and I think and and it's amazing that you even brought it up because I think it would do so well. You know getting you know getting out there and giving it to the public and letting them read it in an experience in the way I'm doing it now. It's going to be about. Maybe you know I've estimate about close to two hundred pages, but it's going to give you that movie feel and I think it'll be a great right. That's great well. This is really exciting, because it gives you a chance to tell your stories to the audience directly and then. You know and then. They could you know a lot of movies? Start off his books, and and this is obviously an area that. Hollywood is looking into as well. On the sales because it is able to like chronic. Devices or so publishing cost things like that. Sets, a whole nother world. That I think that that's music to my ears to hear about them. Those non excited to get that out. Yeah, yeah, I know you'd labored very hard on that any anything else you working on behalf besides adapting. Black Butterfly. You know what I at this moment I've just got my. Thinking my teeth into the clientele it's it's still pretty brand new to me. You know there's two episodes already out there available. To the public I'm on chapter three of the third one. And yeah, so I'm trying to get three and four out by the end of this year and number five early next year, which will complete the first season cool and the way I'm writing it. It's actually like like ninety four ninety five pages on my on my computer, but when I converted you know the conversion turns it into about one hundred and forty pages. Gives the readers a you know a lot of pages to go through and alum more of an experience as far as that goes, it's really essentially to almost two episodes in one. Yeah so if you work it out, it's a complete first season about eight or nine episode. Cool, so you know if Ali was listening, I'm doing the work for you, you have. An waiting just you know, give me a call. Yeah, definitely, that sounds great. Yeah. It's really exciting and. Who did the? Artwork for that, that's really cool. I liked it. Oh? Yes, it was actually a an artist. Here named Allan Okay and he is, he is incredible. We actually worked on that together. The Mrs actually thought about that. She said you know you're doing something about harvesting. Have you thought about they cornfield? Where the top of it is, you know the you know the the stem of the foreign, but underneath it's actually body part. Wow! That's great. I told him that and he goes well. You know what that's a great idea, but we can't really have. Too Much, you know visually. He's very good like that, so he said you know what maybe just one. One piece like one tree that actually is getting life sucked out of it. You know and the heartbeat. There's a heart underneath it up and that's just the power who image and when I thought I says that's it. You know it's also getting something to think about so it's not really just giving everything on A. On a platter so. Make you think as well when you look at it. Very cool, so when it's all done. How many many you know episodes is going to be. It's GonNa. Be Five and you know I'm doing the season one now and with success I'll do season two, and and and I'll keep going, but you know. I've got I've written over ten screenplays, and I've got a couple of great stories which I can also you know look forward to turning it into kindle version, and and getting it out there, so I'm trying to you know, get my my library up for the kindle, and you know so cool a great new area and great, new, great, new new new opportunity and hope..

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"first season" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

06:24 min | 1 year ago

"first season" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Like the thirteenth episode of last season. Is it just comes at you? Fast and furious. And it's funny and heartbreaking and scary and even some of the music is kickback to the pilots. Pooper you searching you very much on his own. You know. In a way. He's really left to own devices and his quite Quite lost in the the big catharsis way but in a weird way of weight has been lifted in is the dexter that we all took a do. What was it like to see my be able to come. This season healthy ready to go work. Everybody's makes me the happiest man on the planet. I admire him. I love him. I'm just thrilled and inspired anti pond. We spend a lot of time to get a good cast. Has Been remarkable amount of time together as we do know each other's business and there's a lot of love or kicking around that set so it was. It was amazing to see the support. You know which which you would offer back to any one of them at any second. Does you know I thought you know we have a lot of stars coming. I don't know a very very deep stack of talent coming up and We set the bar high with John Lithgow last year and and they're they're meaning. There's really actors that I've admired my entire career. It's very cool being around. The I haven't had any scene with Julia stiles yet. But she's matter wildly in town intelligent and she's immensely talented and I think that she and Michael are just a perfect fit there. They're just really good. Matches Maple will be exciting house stabbed deal Rita's. She's gone through ton on her own but you know she loved back Hanley and that her just much yeah I think she threw idealize that relationship a lot. I think in a in a a really messed up. Way greedily selfishly. She thinks that they're standing on some common ground. Now and she'll get the brother she always wanted so I don't even know that in the episode for that. I've acknowledged what I've lost. Never Seen Denver as being creer selfish. I'm just telling you what I feel. Remain in a weird way. I feel like you know but I very honest honest by feeling selfish that I haven't gone. Okay Oh my God this wonderful. All the girl that leaves Christina the Replace astor she some really great teams in the first episode. Read other really amazing. That's took. Yeah I I'm I'm trying to segue out of being screened clean. At the way that goes is screaming plead thriller? It's a it's a really interesting part with a lot of different colors secrets and it happened like two years ago that we shot. I haven't even seen it so I've it'll be brand new to me what you but it was. It was really great. Clean and at COMECON screen goddess. Who are one people people who love the kind of projects I believe? We're in a bubble you know when we do this. Feel so good to do that doing it ourselves so to see people here that actually have are passionate about it. It's while it's really exciting and gratifying. Also try to not invest too much. Because there's a lot of people who disappointed if you don't do. It just really amazed that level of sexy so many things. I feel like I aged myself. I won't say how many years but but yeah that was that was exhausting. But in the end you know that. I thought that was. The Spanish version was a perfect bill. You know and we really frame for frame so it was really just about showing what she to your character returns. Oh I I'm not anybody's someone else in the to remake. I heard there. There are giving with comecon with your real personality's it'd be superpowers. Sepia best want time travel. Maybe his visit people have loved lost. I could go back and and do things Super Straighten invulnerability. Well you know I mean that way I can help people as a car wreck there and let the car off. He's the antennae know. But I can't superpower where you're reincarnated over and over human. They changed bigger bigger.

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"first season" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

08:29 min | 1 year ago

"first season" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"From there. So that's why I think where it came from. Was the idea that we were saying. Oh you know then we could change something we didn't like in the show and then Jamie said we could change anything and then all of a sudden you. Have you know what I consider you a show that can go on forever? It's just fascinating it was there. Are Those moments? I mean I have to say there are Eureka. Eureka moments like that and that one in the in. The writer's room was Like lightning in a bottle because it's sort of felt like that was it. We knew what we were going to do this season and we were so excited by it. Now we figured man if no one else likes it that we're just totally crazy. And so hopefully they get on board and and it's the one time I think that you know we were running the network in the studio executives through the arc of what we wanted to do this season I we started telling him changes and they started their laughing jumping up and we got to and then the last bit of it was an Fargo. As the head of global dynamics mark. Stern actually did happy dance in his chair. I love it and mark doesn't dance. I've been to every Sifi party. These never danced so that was the one time I've actually gotten to seen it in Got Into See. I know we have one more but talk about the Crossover Warehouse Thirteen I. I'm excited well. Paulie. You wrote that episode. She's one of our New Writers this year and it it seemed like such a good match especially when we decided crossovers are done in a lot of different. Tv shows but the way we decided to do is send one of our characters over there and have one of those come to our world and not get it. Make it too complicated and and Alison Scalia Odi Odi It was perfect in our world. She spot on hit the tone of our show and it was great and they love having me over and but I think the biggest thing was Jack Kennedy who's The show runner of Eureka? We sat down the show runner of warehouse thirteen. We sat down beforehand and we just talked before we got into stories before we got into. What are we GONNA do? We just kind of had a nice conversation. About what would you? What kind of person would you like in your world? What kind of person you'd like in our world and how it will work out and from there just like we said before from character last season after we did our panels and I ran into Jack any and saw rubenesque in the restaurant in our hotel and warning. That was great fun. I walked and I saw two of them. And it's all Carl Carlson wash on our show in a very big part of our mythology and I saw this is great. We should have him do our show. We have our guys over there. We joked about we should send our characters to each other's shows sort of close quality there and then we joked for a while afterwards saying well if I send them to you. It's your headache and we should do that. And there's no no they should really be on your show. No no please let the and it ends up being a production hitting. It's a real challenge and you're trying to borrow actors and schedules and all those things but I think Kamara conversation. I think the network may must have been having their own conversations about this that we all sort of Gum. Same Page and say well. We really should work very headache at all considering their shot in states citizens six hours. Yeah that doesn't make it. Any easier by close to crossover was brought up during previous discussions about the crossover. Are we going to see future ones? And does that mean that the universe effectively between these can be shared? It's funny we had Originally In our shows mythology the idea of the vaults that was going to be in section five and we actually exported a little bit. In what about Bob and season two it was you know the place where it technologies. That didn't work out just went to go away. Because they were not world was not ready for them yet and so. I think that there's an element to warehouse that sort of similar in that. It's it's there's a slightly more mystical I won't I won't say magical because I know that they're that's not part of the way that they they view the show. But it's Things that have not been able to be explained yet and So it it kind of felt like we could live within At least the framework of no we know each other if not necessarily being absolutely sort of mashed mythologies asked him. Thank you very much. Thank you gentlemen. Thanks resellers fine. Thank you very much more from the Eureka roundtables with Neil Grayson who is Fargo. Got Quite a promotion. Well Fargo. We've been talking crossovers crossover. Yes so tell us about going over onto this different dynamic difference that it was for me. I mean I already knew the cast warehouse already from like Allison last year and Eddie and then Joanna actually. We have mutual friends and Saul had been on an episode Greek. It was like okay. This is already a good fit. Like I already know all you guys and Allison and I are actually really good friends in real life too. And then the director Chris Fisher. Done an episode of Steve Surging the second unit director and the Supervisor Directing episode of You. So it was like going over to my uncle and aunt house for dinner and you know like getting paid to do it and getting paid to hang out with like people ever like kissing. Yeah I really liked it. I can go back. So when you're reading the script founder's Day and you come to the page with the foggin eater on it. What's sort of your reaction when you come across A moment that was one of those initial like five years ago I would have been so worried about it and says she going to the gym every day and then I probably wouldn't anyway like I'd be like I'm tired and then I'd get there on the day really nervous but I've already done the sort of like I kind of get it. It's like any make do so and then I'm such a huge fan of terminator two to be able to recreate that sorta like. Oh yeah I I mean. I think I disturbed more people at the amount of times I was like no one. Oh yeah by the way border on them. What it's going to be Christmas grandma. Your character is one of the most interesting timeline or not. Just that your head of global dynamics now but also that apparently bitten. And I think you've mentioned panel. How this kind of US get the terminology right for this guy? The version of you in this time seems like he's kind of maybe rules my little bit of fear. He's a humongous Kirk. Are we going to get to see play bat version of the character or any of him? Or is it all going to be the sort of what we hear you'll see basically you'll see? Fargo meal far columns Imitation of what he thinks. That Jerk Fargo is like but I mean unless we eventually at some point this is kind of something to think about. There's maybe recorded footage video of previous by yourself. Fat Fun to play a flashback. Retailing that security footage or some sort of like a speech. He's given Christmas or something like that. You have Christmas episode. I don't know where that jumping new Christmas like three times already to anyway the season yes July July but I mean that would be a really fun thing to play the most. We have so far as his motivation. Roasters that you can see on the walls and everything where basically sort of a stylized almost Soviet Union has my poster but Yeah hope to see the real mean fire of we do get to see why jerk follow history and how he got. 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"first season" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

11:48 min | 1 year ago

"first season" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"My name is Never Emma concept designer in film forks on production such as Avatar and star Trek Piranha. Three D Recently Green Lantern Super AIDS and just wrapped up with Scott's previous talking to you from Scifi Talk. Today I've compiled a few interviews from the round tables of the last two comic cons I attended and I have. Josh Gates is the new season on the sci-fi Channel With as Investigative Program Destination Truth starting this July tent. You know they investigate. Paranormal legendary creatures and mythologies are all explored from all around the world. Let's go now to the roundtables with Josh Gates. Who ACTUALLY CORRECTS ME? On the right season they are beginning to shop. The very first part of season five any new places on the. Yeah you know we The show is really obviously travel show at art and so every year we traveled to new and hopefully places and this year we just got back from three months overseas so we spent a little time in Central America where Belise Guatemala Sweden We spent a few weeks in Kazakhstan. Which is a country that does get featured very often outside of Borat and Southeast Asia and a bit of time in in the islands of Fiji so a pretty diverse group locations. This season going to be a great great. I really dug the bill. The underwater goes on. That was like that took it to a whole new. It was. It was really great for us to you know we. We filmed in these islands and Micronesia truck. And there's just all these championships from the Second World Wars have settled down in this In the deep water there and to be able to go down there and penetrate those rats and dies in the shadow of you know this War is always it was Pretty intense stuff but it was. It was great to be able to. I'm happy with off. So he tells about how they're shooting schedule is set up inciting some great locations. From last season's we tend to film in three months blocks or blocks and We just three months overseas. And we'll be doing. Some episodes in the Pacific will be Guam and Micronesia so great islands there that don't featured. I think nearly enough have a lot of interesting history and so we'll be doing stuff there. We do a great overnight show. Anchor Watt in Cambodia which is largest religious building in the world and a place hasn't been filmed at night very often. So that's that's something really looking forward to Ten Days in Siberia So we go from hot to cold and and then we'll be going through North Africa down in East Africa and then a couple of episodes in Madagascar which another place that is. I think not you know featured enough on. Cd has an amazing biodiversity. So much great creatures. We're looking for paranormal episodes and always a lot of travel season ahead. Oh skadden I actually have a bit of a competition with the president of the channel who were always compared you know comparing our yearly mileage levels but he always always beats me out amazing perching out. Sometimes you know. They certainly with with the stories that we go after like Lake. Monsters are great examples. Some some towns where there's a sighting of a late creature they go onto it and go. This is an opportunity for us to get people here so you know occasionally you will find places that really latch onto the stories that we go after and try to use it as a promotional tool but I think you know for the most part you know we tend to try to seek out stories that are current that are in the news right now and they're not necessarily things like the Loch ness monster which should have long established thing so really. If something just happens we try to kind of jump on it right away and so often. We're sort of there before the publicity machine cranks out Trying TO GET PEOPLE OVER THERE. Somebody who's just think they heard that Kidney News played the shot a macabre in. I don't know where it was. It was just in the news of the day. I this kid shot a dog but No you don't think for us it's really about. It's about the different cultures that country. So we're always trying to go to new places got kind of hit list of you know wishlist place. We want to go on the show. We've we've managed to go to a lot of it. So hopefully in the next season will be able to take a few more of those off the list and looking for us. It's really about bringing our viewers to place. They have been doing before exposing them to interesting the stories but the culture of the country. So we've got lots of places left to go. He's busy in this lease Brazil. We went to Brazil In the beginning of second season briefly in Amazon with a with a story there Munaf Senate and in various tributaries the Amazon. But you know. Brazil is like A number of other big countries in the world. Where you you go there and you think I'm going to go to Brazil do Priscilla when you get there and you realize how big it is and that you're gonNA scratch service so hopefully we'll return to Brazil We did China last year China. And you realize it's hopeless like you never gonNa see all China too big so we would love to return there. It's obviously incredible place. You guys like the Indiana Jones. Investigators kind of our move and we try to I. I think that for us for these stories that we do whether it's a creature story or paranormal story. We really try to do them in places where the actual location is as much of a character is anything else in it you know. We want our viewers really brought in by the culture that we're going to so we we try to choose their locations carefully to places that are themselves really dynamic and an interesting and he describes shooting very key episode last year in. Tibet. That really was our white whale. You know we. We had that on the list forever. We it's so difficult to not just to travel there to bring television show. There is so hard the little things cowering equipment and all that stuff is no infrastructure. Down there you know at all so it was something we talked about doing from the very beginning of the show and it was. It was a long time coming in as that we were able to pull it off and you know but we still have that list of other places. WanNa try to go to you know. There are some amazing parts of the world that have been off limits to this amazing sponsors central northern Africa. That really dangerous that we'd love to go to with mixed to to bat. I would love to do that on the show. Some other spots in the Himalayas. There are plenty of spots not at the bottom of the world that are still very challenging to get to and difficult to get access so we still got lots of challenges. He wants wondered if they would ever run out of story. It's a lot of travel right. We spent about half a year overseas. I think we first started the show. We had this fear that we would run out of things to look for. You know and certainly I do think there is a finite amount of things that people are en masse reporting seeing right. It's not every day. Some one hundred people see a lake monster or something but we've really discovered as we've traveled every we go to a country to a story. We'll hear five other stories while we're there. You know that there are these really great kind of unsolved unknown mysteries around the world and now feels like we could. We could really do it for a long time As long as we can keep on keeping want to get on a plane every every year but I think right now we all still see it as it's a real privilege and it's really fun to get paid to travel for me and I can't think of a better job to have ever tried to a couple episodes of the states. This cycle didn't season five point. Oh that we just found but I'm sure that in In the back half season you might. There are a number of big stories here. We've never never done a bigfoot story in US southeast sort of King of King of the did so Yeah we like to stuff here. In the states to trying to find a way to show aspects of culture that are a little off to be passed so It's a pope. Who will come back and do some feature his. We've legend Westwood sexually similar some of the stuff as you're like Vincent inside both titles you have your established stairs kind of you know. Kinda give you some wiggle. Yeah look I think that's actually seen a note from your the other week and I was overseas which I haven't seen it yet but I think that there's a real total difference in the shows. You know what I mean. It and is obviously a symbol expert in his areas of expertise are different. Take one of the things that we really tried to make a core part of density. Truth is the comedy misadventure. You know this sort of you know what it takes to get there. And all the sort of hijacks that go along with that because that's a big part of travel and and so You know I think there's a real difference in the tonality of the two shows in terms of the subject matter. I'm sure there'll be a few areas where crosses over but it was a lot of stories out there a Lotta legends myths. So I think it should burn forever. Yeah I would say that the worst wars that we've had is. We lost our first story and season four in India. We India is a place. That's a real natural fit with a show. It's an amazing vibrant culture. It's difficult to travel around India. So it's great for us because you can you know a lot of misadventure to travelling and it's a very bureaucratic place. It's it's a tough place to permit and we had. We were along the path trying to permit a trip to India and it fell through the do it. So it's probably our most difficult challenges. We are able to get ourselves really in there with the shank. The other troubles happened kind of at the tribal level. You know you get in these very small small cultures where you know. There's the cheap and you kind of have to kiss his ring and go through a lot of you know. Local sort of ceremony stopping and that requires a lot of delicate negotiations. The book is coming out in the in the fall. September October. But it's done. I'm happy to say it's You know I finished it and And I'm really looking forward to coming out. It was a lot of work. There's there's gather is a bit of it in there. It's not primarily a photo book. It's mostly about the show and there. There are some photos in there and I'm really proud of it. I've never written anything like that before and I chose to do it. Maybe foolishly without a ghost rider or that an assistant. I wanted to really do it myself. And and dig into it so that was probably a mistake Only because it took me a lot longer than I than I think it would. If I'd had help lead in the end I can really say that he did it myself. And so Helping it. I'm a big Fan of Southeast Asia. I Love Thailand and Cambodia Vietnam Laos that whole region I love and so we were able to spend a couple of weeks in Vietnam this last season. Just something about that whole region is just so attractive to me. The people are so wonderful part of the world and the cultures are really vibrant. And I think if I cash out and just Spanish one day that's where you can look for me as Post beach somewhere in Thailand proudly. Yeah we tend to work with call fixer or a of of producer each country who helps achieve things at a local level language barriers. And things like that. So we meet all these really interesting producers in various parts of the world. We maintain really strong relationships with them. We've got a great producer in the Amazon. You know great friends in Egypt. All over the world and At a local level to also fascinating people sometimes very out of the way places and trade emails and you get into these long sort of pen pal relationships folks across the world so yeah hi. I'm George Decay and I listened to Sifi Talk..

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"first season" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"first season" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Why called me up and said the script. Read the rules just think so Of course I thought it was great. It was great role. Also I think You know arm on screen. How Love Chemistry on screen? I I realized that when I saw this this time round you know first time okay. I didn't know much movies but now you're seeing the Monitor. The scene together. Yeah there's something there and of course you have a lot of filth in values because that other movie we did but it's been a long time but even if we hadn't because he's Italian you know I'm romantic in London you know there's sort of there's something there and. I think it works in this picture to these firewalls are also works and also because your friends fall out of both sides can things so it's Kinda cool. He's he's really. He's he's very talented guy. Know Yup Sarin. I Forget Memories Everybody's realizing those guys I mean. Not many people like him now. He knows what he's doing you know he's certainly knows what he's doing. Which is a great. How do you? How do you back on on rocky four now all these years later? And how does it sit with you her where I look back at this song like first movie? Role IS TERRIFIC. I was young. Nothing could face me you know. It was inexperienced but physically very wrong was it was a great time. I got a great rate World famous very quickly practice is is is very tough heart newest and still are neither one way. Because you know it's all college swing I mean even thinking of the government but it's very very positive memory and You know I'm still remember the Kausar and Well is there a chance that If there's another universal soldier you would you return up especially at John Hives acting like him a lot? He's very talented I think he could probably do very well. Individuals enda anything. He makes the movie fucking do something in this picture. Maybe a little more of it than certainly back okay. Well that's great. Well thank you for your time and Take Care certainly recommend that people catch this movie? Definitely it's a lot of fun great to see you both back in to thank you so much for listening. Hi this is John Delancey and you are very lucky to be listening to Sifi Talk..

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"first season" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

10:43 min | 1 year ago

"first season" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"That's what it's like you know. There's a lot of things that happened When you have multiple creative forces writers producers directors and the makeup that you're creating and when you get in there sometimes they want to change and it's done you know so you got a director that love to writers that want change something after all these meetings. Zehr the money spent and we're putting in front of the camera. There's always all these external pressures that you have to deal with them. So I'm trying to like I said anyway. The conditions work under the trailer all the time force them to think on their feet and whatever you want this uses did a great job in writing that challenge novum freak out and you know Loses their mind is pretty impressive. Yeah definitely I you there but It's it's great. Also that you mentioned the that the cord judges yourself the and Patrick atop serve all come back this season. I think that it meant a lot to hear all of you. It was great as a fan of makeup. And I've been reading books on it and just paying attention to it but I just you know I'm more of a fan than anything else but it was. It's great to hear your comments and critiques. And you know I learned a lot just as a fan of makeup on what you guys say instruct them and and how things are done. So that's part of the cool part of the show for me that I enjoy awesome. And that's an element that there's one change between last season in this season that we're focusing on that element even more learning experience for all of us the first season and you know we have the storm working with and now we know exactly how things go as far as timing out. And we're focusing more on three in that knowledge being a little more Focus on illustrating the techniques and describing what it is gone. Why were judging them? Certainly. Having that degree there's confusion lasting at home kind of why does that person and that person's day honestly difficult. It's pretty obvious the top three in the bottom Viagra you making the decision of the users and then he gets an episode really technical logistical aspects. That were pouring over and dean. Patrick and I just values as far as looking for what we're judging So we try and earn the season. The May exactly clear. And try to turn up that aspect of the show the aspects wherein we're showing the audience illustrating how things are done and why we're looking at specific things. Yeah it's it's my favorite Non Scripted show or unscripted. Show on Scifi. It's just a because it's so related to the business and I think that's Whoever came up with the ideas? Great idea and it's really cool to watch you know all of you and I admire all your work All through all three of you and then the guest stars to are no are coming. So it's just a lot of fun to watch and I'm always willing to see what comes up next. I know that you might be able to say too much on this one but you did work on on. Cherney to mysterious island You only can ask. You is because it is based on a ver- novel that give you a little bit more freedom than than maybe. The Hunger Games did such a wells in ferns thing and to the point where the entire sort of new fascination size because of deals like sort of this weird niche saying that We'll do you get creative. Ownership over that of course are not ours but because the popular yields attached to them and then when things are found and they've become extremely sober. Suppose that sort of away takes away from me a little bit an extremely excited when I got the call this honest. It's one specific thing bats doing this and it's Sashi cool piece of films are your here to me has really can't discuss it. Sure there were probably a ton of other make-up's and things that were in there and you know I really focus and was utilized one's specific shelves the creation of sweet. Oh the one thing we got. The I got the fish. This would have been great great. That's when that works out that way you know it's pretty good and I know you're busy and I really appreciate your time but I know that you worked on Buffy and Angel Did you do the makeup for Hush? Is that one of yours we did. Yes I know. I object today when I started out here. I was like every sex artist. So you jump around and I worked for other companies. A lot in between working trout eventually settle their supervisor and funding company up but yes in the buffy Angel X. Files at multiple stops working on. We had puffy for. Its entire run up until WANNA say it was using six seven seven and then they were just getting on in the series and their budget started to really get restrictive and ended up working somebody else and same with angel around the exiles wasn't Santa for we have a lot of people. Ask Us you know what we did or didn't do I think it was season three or four. When you gotta remember it time we were working on that stuff you know I was. I was an artist and I'm getting a lot of things you're working on at one time. He Angel Exiles Roswell links and it was around then when we started doing crossing Jordan which is so I was really called I in silicone forensic stuff led to New York. I'm actually on my way into work. And it's New York egg right now cool. So it's Kinda hard to differentiate on Kunis. What and we were just working eighteen hours a day seven days a week long. It was awesome. Wow gotta we kinda shocked going on in new designs and new challenges. A Lotta Fun Do you communicate that? That's what the life could be for these young artists as they get into the business of the they know what to expect a little bit on the show. You know when when people come in with sort of a mediocre skill set. It's not really about the service. In general I get all the kids school and and it doesn't look like they're putting that much into it and they send out this. You know picture resume of just a bunch of things are really for League. Done Tech Savvy and then you get other kids that are in the first month of school and there were already looking housing who spectacular. Sort of. Just you know tell people look I. I understand that the idea of doing this is extremely exciting. I I get it was the reality of it is. If you can't even get yourself to sit down under your own office work years. Nobody's forcing you to change. And you're not getting yelled at if you can't do that. We hours a day was a level posture meditation level commitment and discipline to learn how to sculpt. And it's not a matter of you know when you're GONNA get your job and have some. That's not going to happen correct. You can't do that of your own volition out of a passion for it. You do not want to do this for a living and I'm not being a jerk when I say that. Just you don't WanNa do it for the first time you locked in a room for an hour days in the pressures on and they're making changes in the middle of the night you're going to really don't like I'd rather do something else for with some people make them realize that's what the license and onset as Welton huge long days with a lot of pressure extremely rewarding. But you it. You're not going to end up doing it for even all your current dreams come true and you get the job you want and you get to the shop where you get to the set the some rigorous things to do for a living. Yeah very difficult and so And it also takes an amazing amount of flexibility. Your ego constantly have people that aren't affects her changing your work and understanding that your commercial artists and ultimately contributing much bigger piece of art. And you got to do what it is they want you to. Do you have to do it? Well not because you want to do x y you got to get their vision out of their head in three dimensions but like yeah like I've always. My philosophy is as far as creating makeup is. You're not really doing makeup. You're you're you're enhancing and also creating a character that and in some cases it's never been seen before so it's really more character base than actually just creating a monster or something. That's the way I've always looked at you absolutely you know shows. I do a meeting for every episode. Paul nine hundred ninety nine cents myself still every other week for every show that I work on every two hundred meeting so the two. Then you've got a few days them up with the idea and budget and get it through hole and hopefully you haven't shrunk T- GERBILS launderer. We can have and we not Pfleger in front of the camera and there's no time like there is some film to let them see the sculptures job or see the volume the monster and so what become the most important part of the job is your ability to synthesize the information that's being shared verbally and a singular meeting thought your gene then using words get an engineer had created the way that producers directors writers wanted and somehow managed to make that happen with no misteps to close enough to the vision in their head that when re roles in front of the cameras like. Wow that's awesome. That's exactly what we want it and that's a very difficult thing to do because it's not one person right here doesn't go. I wanted to this one of the and you don't have six months to pick a couple stabs at the budget and ties. Not there you gotta get it right because they're not even going to sit in front of the camera and they're not happy with it. Then they're not happy with the final product and you're not gonNA have client very. Yeah so my job is when you get into the room the first meeting. It's just trying to pull out using.

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"first season" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"first season" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Was like. I definitely couldn't have been you know one of the leads in it so much. We had like a cast sixty. Think wow yeah. It was a little forty thousand dollar budget. Movies be We pulled off a lot. I think we we have a lot of weird stuff in it. That's ambitious credit and especially on a short shooting schedule to. That's pretty amazing. Yeah well we lucked out with the actors that we got a lot of them are just really into it and really great to work with and just you know came in prepared you all. This stuff could just check out. Take that and it was. It was really fun. Well you know as soon as that seems a lot of day certainly would like to talk to you about it and awesome. Yeah that'd be great certainly Let Your light your your Rica fans now about it. I'm sure it's something that they would want to see to. Yeah I mean not the families who watch Eureka. It's definitely gonNA be are rated. Yeah sure yeah but Yeah well I'm definitely Once once we get it all together and Quite excited to show people. That's great. That's NEAT now. It's fun and I you know. I talked to a lot of indie filmmakers and It's a it's a it's tough But but I think they all hit on the same notes that you do dedication to the project that belief in it. That's really what drives you. And then if you get good people everybody kind of you know drives along just pushes the wagon along until they reach the finish line and that's what you need and it actually and you can say like you know. Everyone came together to make something. Yeah exactly you have a product there. Which is I think that's being able to show people and result and be like this is. What you did is a is a really cool thing absolutely. Well I really WanNa thank you for taking the time to talk to me. It's been a lot of fun. Thank you very much and I will see you in a couple of days right. Great look forward to it. All right you take care of Neil thanks to feature the best of here on sci-fi talk next time this is Tony Tomato. This is Amelia or up from Sanctuary J. Pod and you're listening to Sifi Talk..

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"first season" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

13:22 min | 1 year ago

"first season" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Will to this. Is Tony to Lotto. And today I have a conversation with Mark Pellegrino. He certainly has made his impact as go to guest star playing memorable roles and lost supernatural and being human I had spoken to him before and we catch up and we also talk about his script writing efforts on a Harf we start off the conversation talking about working with the cast of being human and what the atmosphere on the set was like atmosphere that kind of develop their. We all became such such good friends that it was. It was a joy to go to work every day and work with really really like I mean I feel like me and Sam with were developed to a really really really good friendship with each other. That has this continuing to this day. I mean as far as his the character when you first started playing him. Was there a definite direction that he was going to go? And there's like a quality that you brought to him that he always trying to see how far he can push. I always liked that about my. My sense of of the character was was motivated by the story of the Prodigal Son and I felt like if anything bishop was he was trying to bring his son is is sorely missed misinformed and an unfortunate Son Who's WHO's adopting all the wrong values and going down the wrong path and and if anything challenging him constantly challenging him With the truth. Try to to try to disillusion him you know and and try to bring them back into the fold so I took all of those things as You know you look at it from the outside and fair. Bishop is constantly manipulating aiden. And he's playing a game with him and I always felt he was challenging him. I always felt he was trying to let him experience his life and go as far as a father should allow his son always trying to bring him back by saying you know I have a stronger argument then you you know and they stronger argument is is our nature and you can't fight your nature. Your nature is what it is in this package taking his very dangerous. I'm hoping that familial element made the character and the interaction between the two interesting. Yes I I. Just like their backstory going back to the revolutionary war when he created him he was his maker. I guess sire. I'm not sure how they call it for empire wise but I like that long history and so he's been he's been getting into his head for a long long time and that was fun to watch. I like during during that season how they showed the value turns between the two of us. There was a time when when Aden kind of dominant over me and I was smitten with You know a normal women on the outside and thinking about turning my back on the vampire world and and the power position you know in the fifties was was different between the two of US and I. I like seeing that as well but I think that lost that loss where I made the choice In that season of of family or my own self interest I family over my own self interest in that I think changed bishop forever. What's interesting is also how. He kind of weaved himself into so many areas of the city so he was able to carry out what he was doing. And and kind of be above the law. You know for now is very interesting to watch. It took two. He obviously had a lot of experience being an older vampire so he knew what he was doing. Yes indeed yeah and I think he had a plan I think his you got a plan that in the end kind of turns out to be very insidious and a little. Hilarion you know he I think he. He really felt that his race was oppressed. And he I think he wanted to build up a huge network of an army and and Take OVER THE WORLD. Had A big big chip on your shoulder in in a way definitely. Wasn't your plan originally that you would just be doing the first season or was there. Did you have that idea when you took the role? Yeah well I I knew that in the The original BBC version. That my character sake came back to life. So you know being a supernatural genre. You know anything's possible. But I knew I knew I was GONNA be ended after the first The first season and then the debate has been on about Rx. Exactly what to do with this bishop character. I think there's still so much to be mined between eighteen bishops. There's so much deep deep deep stuff. Oh absolutely especially. Since the second season you know turnabout was fair. Play in a way and I really liked the fact that Aden begins to experience. The things bishop had to experience when his son and he started fighting and it reminds me of that very human element you know like how how parents and children reach a certain point where they kind of have an anti relationship and it's not until the child has has children of their own. They start to disguise discover that their their parents. Maybe weren't so bad so horrible and they've been finding themselves saying and doing the very same things and they start to identify with their parents a little bit more and they become friends again. Exactly exactly so. I'm hoping something like that down. The Road Can can happen in the in the series. I think one of the things I think they're doing is. I think they've managed in this season to really forge your own path away the BBC series. And I was actually thinking the other day. I think it would be neat. To kind of have a crossover between the two shows. I think that'd be fun. 'cause I think they're both established in their own way now. I think it'd be cold this either. That would be cool one of the things you in. You're in the last few episodes of Chuck. And what was that like? I mean what was the set like knowing that we're going to wrap and that was it for them. You know I mean. Everybody was at the time that I was there. I don't you know everybody was still in work mode. And so they weren't at that nostalgic stage where you know there's a little bit of sadness That you know that the party can be over soon so everybody was still. Kinda just humming along you know and I was surprised to go back. I don't even think my character in the the first time I The first time I work on the shot here we think my character name. I think it was fulcrum agent or something. That's right that's right so I was like when when I when I heard. They wanted me back for the finale. I was pleasantly surprised. Surprised that that's cool and for supernatural. Had you look back on Lucifer? Now have the character was and how he's evolved during the course of your your time show. Well you know I I look back on Lucifer as as a revenge story and now he's kind of he's kind of devolved a little bit become become a bit of a petulant child because he's kind of trapped and left to antagonizing uh Sam and he's he's literally got Too much idle time I just. He's just left to these kind of petty little vengeful Practical jokes so he's kind of evolved in stature. I think I'm and I'm hoping somewhere down the line again. He's able to express himself. Because I I like his argument. You know and I like the fact. The show made him on on his introduction. One of the guy at one of the few guys telling the truth. Yeah completely honest never lied never his. His viewpoint was definitely unique to say. The least that was that was cool about him. This was a show that you know people were they were gonNA say originally can do five seasons and they're still going and it's really amazing it really a testament to the fan base and and really the writing on that show. It's really a great show. Yeah I think the writing is great. I think I love everybody on the show. One of those one of those things again where you feel like you're working with family and and And the fan base is awesome. Sometimes I do these Convention I have met some really really amazing people And remain friends with them. Yeah scored a great. Yeah it is pretty cool. After we talked I obviously I saw the last episode of lost and Jacob. Wow that was that. That part really defies description. I mean people are still debating what exactly Jacob it was. Yeah it was really a really cool part that we know with the water and everything that was so many different beliefs kind of filtered into who he was and I. That's what I liked about it. What a great character. Yeah I did too and And I like the fact that he was very gray that that in his problem in in a sense was kind of the problem of all the characters. I mean to me that the show is kind of a redemption show. In a way I could be wrong. It was just my own little thoughts and I think Jacob had the same issue I mean everybody looked at him as a Christ like figure but he he was just as in need of redemption from sin he had committed as everybody else was. Yeah it's great part in. What a finale to that was. That's one that stayed with me for a while and it was a great great show really i. It was great. It was really great now as I hear. You're actually in this really mean a big movie for. Hbo Hemingway and Gal Horn. And you play Max Eastman is at the Eastman from Eastman. Kodak that Particular Gentlemen Eastman you know? I'm not I'm not sure I had very little time to research part but I don't know if it's from Eastman Kodak he was he was one of the founders of the ACLU early on he was He's a very very literary guy who Oddly enough had after what had an antagonistic relationship with. Hemingway encourage him to write. He was the one who kind of brought him into the fold writing. Encourage them right early on and then thought that he lost his sense of themselves. They had a bit of a battle. 'cause he was a bit of a critic and he's been was an interesting character. Because he he was a diehard Communist and at the forefront of that intellectual movement back then very much involved in in in politics as you demonstrate but then went to the Soviet Union and had a complete philosophical turnaround interest and then became persona non grata on the left because he completely turned around and he was very interesting. Character you don't you know all you see in the and then having Wayne Gill Horn thing is the conflict between the two. It's it's kind of reduced to a barroom brawl which didn't really happen. They had a little bit of a wrestling match in their editor's Office on day. Probably instigated by Hemingway with you. Don't get to see how deep and interesting character Eastman is and how how courageous it takes a lot of courage to to turn around like that midstream and to go against values that you've adopted all of your life and friends who believe the same way I mean it's it's an. It's takes a lot of bravery swim against the Stream. And that's quite a cashier working whereas clive on I believe is playing Hemi wearing and Nicole. Kidman's into film to Yes indeed and Robert vowel. That's quite set to walk into every day. Yeah you know. It's funny as I auditioned for the part that Robert Duvall got and I didn't even know Philip Kaufman was directing and Phil. Kaufman directed movie called twisted. That I did and I love him. Yeah he's an amazing guy. And so I didn't even know he was he was He was directing it and when I caught onto the set. He's like mark. I really really loved. You're you're drunk Russian general but I had to give it to Bobby Duval. It was like now. That's okay. Well that's not a bad person that lose a bad person at all and you know. I worked at Clive Owen. Before a really we did a pilot back in like nineteen ninety-one Steven Spielberg pilot called classes. Sixty one it was about. It was about West Point during the civil war when for Fort Sumter happens the cadet that west point divided into north and south. And Yeah it was great and Josh. Lucas was in it. Laura Linney Andre Brower. All these people were unknown at the time. Why was Was One of those guys that you know wasn't known at the time and you can't you can't say anything else as some kind of private we. We went to his first. Strip club together. Which is an ironic experience in the Bible Belt? I'm sure it was actually..

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"first season" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

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"first season" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Is mostly about me for go. Yeah that sounds great. That sounds really cool. Was there anything that happened? During the course of the first season surprised you one. That was like aren't great. How the hell is your. Aren't you know probably was the most shocking to shoot it like three different times and and you have to like mentally get into the right frame of mind? Yeah yeah sorry. That's incredible. Yeah that's amazing and we'll I would think there would be a DVD eventually of the season one and all that good stuff. Oh my God sitting in looking at what other battles are but yeah. I've seen a few things you've done behind the scenes including the videos Photo shoot. I think he'd be a natural doing very awkward. No not at all they're fun. They're fun to watch. I mean you're great. You're just a natural on camera. I try I'm a dancer right. Yes you are. Yes go like like worn on the old. I don't know any different. Nothing you know because of my parents were sees if knowledge and companies and you know I was go to. Mit In business regardless school. Then I came out you know. Happy everything you know. Resources are for them. But what really funny how I got into this. I was seven years old and someone. I've seen the Vision Avenue.