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"francis ford coppola coppola" Discussed on Dear Hank & John
"The humanity and and worth of other people's lives? We have many anything to twitter is a good example of this. We have many ways of sort of like filling the craving for social interaction without actually fulfilling the need of it. Yeah and that is. I think really dangerous and phone is such a good. That's such a good call John because there really is something different about it all right. We got another question from Anne who writes dear John and Hank. There is a book that I really WanNa read. That comes out July seventh. I believe that book might be a beautifully foolish endeavor Hank your new novel I'm very excited for people to read it. It's so good it's so Relevant I don't know how to say it. Yeah and he goes on to say but normally I buy books in pocket format so this is a Canadian thing pocket. Format is Canadian for paperback. I think okay any later in in the email says that she. She's from Canada. Should I wait for the pocket book to come out it just? It feels so Canadian every time she writes pocket cute. I like it a good summary of how Americans feel about Canadians. Just in general. Yeah it's just we think we think y'all are just adorable and also were envious of your life expectancy is healthcare systems. Your timber your space a space. Those mounties yeah. You got rocks there. I guess we got rock steal all rocks. Kuri Kidding Okay should I? Should I wait for the pocket book to come out? That is so cute. The repetition of it. I like it more every time or should I preordered the hardcover to have it faster. Also I read the first one as an audio book and I really loved it but then again. That means waiting doesn't it? Furthermore as an author. What difference does it make for you? If I get it in hardcover or pocketbook or on audiobook Anne well. I first thing to say that the audiobook comes out at the same time as the book. So that doesn't mean waiting. If you want to get the audio book please do. I'm having a ton of fun work and I'm assuming you're talking about my book that comes out July seventh and I'm having a ton of fun working on the the the audio book right now. Care a about audio is a format because I consume the majority of the books that I read through Libro FM and audible. So that is my my world. And I care a lot about it and I think a lot about how it will feel as an audio book. I am very into changing things very slightly for that medium because there are certain things that are hard to say or that Visually distinguished something. When you're reading and finding other ways to sort of orally distinguish something when a when something is changing text format or something like that. So that's that's all stuff that I think about a ton and And I really care about and and I'm really excited about this audio book because it is a little bit different from the first one where it where it gets to be a little bit more fun. Do a little bit more extra stuff because it's from from multiple point of views Performed thing where. There's you know dialogue back and forth which. I don't really like it is. It does give me an opportunity to work with multiple narrators and stuff. So audiobook is great. If you WANNA do that if that answers the question but hardcover is very different from pocketbook or paperback for from the author's perspective One you get paid more for for a hardcover but more importantly than that. It matters like the the sort of trajectory of books sales Being heavy in the beginning that increases the amount that the publisher is interested in marketing. The book it sort of increases buzz generally if people are sort of all talking about it at the same time so I do authors in general want people to sort of all read soon after the book comes out in order to create some amount of buzz. Yeah it's really hard to get any level of attention in the wider culture for any book or anything right now. Yeah Yeah but especially for any book I mean if you think about the fact that four or five hundred books are released by fairly large publishers. Every month it's extremely difficult to get broad attention for more than one or two of those books And that's part of what makes publishing a challenging business general but like a really challenging business right now. I think that lots of businesses are going going through this. But it's been a very very difficult time for for publishing for bookstores. I understand why people get frustrated that they can't buy paperbacks when a book. I comes out that they can't make that choice like that. Basically excludes them from people who prefer paperbacks from being in that initial conversation around a book and I I kind of feel like this is an outmoded way of thinking about a wishing that being so obsessed with format like regular people. Don't really think about the differences between hardcover and paperback as anything other than like price and weight and like and like hardness -bility to hurt me. If I accidentally drop it on my face right if you explain to most people that an author gets paid for five or in some cases seven times as much for a hardcover sale as they do for a paperback sale. I think most people would be like what? Why and it feels a little outdated to me but that is the way the publishing still is and publishing is because it has been around for a long time. It's a fairly Amino obviously a fairly mature business by a long time. I mean like you know six hundred years it's a little slow to innovate at you. Know they've been through a lot. They've done innovation. Yeah And they know that innovation takes place on the scale of decades in in their industry rather than on the scale of a few weeks or months. The way that it doesn't a lot of a lot of the you know industries that John and I are in. Yeah but that said. You should really preorder Hanks Book Multiple Beautifully Foolish Endeavor which is also a really good description of humanity and everything else to other things I libraries. The is the same if you can if you can get it at the library. It's not really about the you know the the amount of money that I make from the sale. It's about the timing of it so if you can if you can call your library and be like saved us one for me. I'll pick it up. The day comes out that that may be a thing that you can do and then you know obviously digital formats audio are all. I'll also good and also Lebron. Fm is a place where you can instead of like bookshop dot org which lets by physical books from Your Bookstore. Libro FM will let you buy audiobooks from your bookstore but functionally operates exactly like audible. It's a subscription and you get credits and it's cost almost the same exact thing and But like the the money gets split between bookstore of your choice and libra which then of course. Hasta actually serve the book. Yes so it's an alternative to creating trillionaires basically. Yeah can call it. What it is John. This next question comes from an who asks dear Hancock John. I have had several dreams some of them recurring in which Nicholas Cage is my uncle? No way it's like my Dream John. Seen is like my personal trainer and life. Coach is just always telling me. I'm doing a great job in that. He loves me John. Last night I had the recurring anxiety. Dream that I have had many times and I think everybody else's also had where you have to take a class. We have to take a test for a class. You haven't been to all semester. Yes and I have a thousand times of had this dream and I'm forty years old. I haven't taken a class in a really long time. But you know what happened? I I took the test instead of like freaking out about it. I was like what it's twenty twenty like. How is this possibly going to matter? And I just took the death and I was like. I've gotta see on that at no point that I experienced things I'd give it an anxiety dream by my subconscious and my subconscious was like no big. Have you seen everything? This is a test. I love that even in your dreams when anxiety approaches you are like no. I'm not going to give into you. I think I'm I think I've got better coping skills than you're allowing for. Yeah I have this recurring dream and we'll get back to Annie's question in a second but this is not my recurring dream about John Cena. Although that is my favorite recurring dream because Johnson is just such a kind generous presence in my scape in a way that no one or nothing else is but one of my other favorite dreams is. I have a dream where I discover like a key and there's a door in my house that I've never seen before and the key opens up the door and there's this room in this home. I've lived in for a long time. That is like a wonderful new room that I didn't know about and get to explore and I was just thinking about that recurring dream because that is how a beautifully foolish endeavor made me feel. It made me feel like there were like all of these undiscovered rooms inside my mind that you kept like opening up and it was like I dunno reading Jules Verne novel or something. It was so it was great. It was very. I really liked the book but back to Annie's question. Thanks she writes. I have no particular ties to Nicholas Cage. None of us do any. None of us do outside of my affinity for the film's national treasure and Ghost rider with you for the first half of that call so by confusion as to why he is. My uncle within my subconscious should be understandable. He appears to be whatever I need. Some kind of sketchy getaway. Like if I'm being chased by hitmen of that my question is what do these dreams mean John? I'd like I've just gone to the Nicholas Cage family tree and I am now dead. Oh you don't Nicholas Cage. His parents are no Nicolas. Cage's uncle is Francis. Ford Coppola Coppola. Yes I've heard both wine magnates. Jason Schwartzman is Nick Ages. Yeah cousin indeed also Francis Ford Coppola. His grandson no. That's from a different brother from talion. Sister Sorry there this. This family tree has has more blue wikipedia links than any other family tree. How Jay Schwartz? Manat Nick Cage does have a bunch of nieces if yeah you know so maybe you're one of the house it is. Apparently everyone is related to the Coppola. First off Anne. I've just looked again at your letter and I've noticed that your name is an not. You aren't the first time that we've done that so so I'd like to apologize for that. I'm clearly not your uncle. I think that you're having Nicholas cage as your uncle because in the national treasure films he has how to say it a generous uncle energy and in some ways. Like you need that cool adult you can trust in your life..
"francis ford coppola coppola" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe
"Here's my talk with Sofia Coppola. A lot of people don't realize they might be like why Sofia Coppola on Radio Cherry bomb. What does does she have to do with the food world while she has lots to do with the food world? The copland name is closely associated with film making. But there's a coppola wind food and hospitality. Empire you you might not know about and includes everything from villas and hotels to cafes the Great Women Spirits collection I learned about that earlier and the world renowned Francis. Ford Coppola Coppola winery. So I'm curious via what is your role in that side of the family business. Yeah we moved to Napa Valley when I was in first first grade so I grew up in Napa. Anum in Rutherford and Wine country. My Dad having Italian relatives that used to make wine and their basement in New York thought. Oh we we should make some wine and so he started just making wine on our property and then turned into a small business. And then you know of all these years. It's it's grown on and that's really you know our main family bizarre. His you know his main business. And then we also have our filmmaking company but but yes I grew up on a winery around wine and we always had wine on the table and food was a big you know might add cooking. My parents cook going. Imagine having the main focus for Italian American family is coming together for meals and who did most of the cooking both my parents. That's what mostly my dad. Yeah he can just kind of throw anything together and whatever He. I always want to look at a certain point. I wanted to learn how to cook. I didn't really cook growing up. And he's I just feel that utilise together and I was like no I don't I need a recipe. I need to know the amounts like your recipe girl. Yeah he he has intuition and I am too nervous in the kitchen. I enjoy enjoy cooking but I'm not. I don't feel at ease so I need it to be explained carefully so I appreciate it and my mom's cook too but he made the recipes that he his family only grew up on every Easter. Makes this thing called pizza. Ted With rustic pie kind of Quiche station Christmas Eve. We have Octopus Pasta You know these traditions that his his mom started. Did you know your grandparents. Yeah Yeah I grew up as a kid being around them and my grandmother Morella Morella. His mom was very glamorous and made all these dishes and she had sheet vinyl records as her place mats. She's very Stylish oh well where she sort of feel around in the kitchen did the glamour extend to the Oh yeah she was always glamour. She always had like kind of coral nail Polish and jewelry jewelry and Turquoise I sat on a block flip and Chinese Pajama top since it yes she was always always had look. Oh my Gosh I want to see some pictures of her. So do you have a role in the family. Like food and wine might stat always tried soon vo involved my brother and I 'cause it's a family company that he wants to continue. Continue on the same way with always having us on the film set so officially I'm a board member That's accessible on the wine route. But I I'm not. Does that mean to be on the board I A I go to meetings and give my opinions and feedback and try to learn as much as I can about it but I'm not that involved day to day but the when I was a kid he said I'm going to make you a champagne that someday and I used to love the curial because a teenager is must really be you know two pairs for the first time I loved cure-alls and I thought it was like the chic EST during. Yeah no I know. I haven't had one in years but when I was sixteen I was interning in Perez. And I think that's where I knew about them but he always said. Oh when you're twenty one I'm going to make your champagne. And then he he really did and so called Sophia yes I have my name Sake. Champagne that he made for me and it's I think they do was kind of in the style per second it has mascot and it's dry but it's fun to have your own I drink. It's also one of the prettiest bottles I remember when it came out because it was so different from sort of other sparkling wines and champagnes because it was almost minimalist yet. I love the Design my dad design the label based on a French jam Jam label and then. I don't know what they had to have the pink Sullivan but I love those very festive. And it's it's nice to give as a gift and it's always have on hand and then he came up with the can't Dan idea which I don't. I don't think that was ever done before I think it was. Your family's company was the very first one to put wine can. Yes they did making this this little. It'll sparkling wine and Kim was his invention which I thought was always. That was really fun. We put them in our pockets and bring them to movies. And so it's it's fun to have and have in the fridge. wjr Did your dad. Actually wait until you were twenty one before launching came out probably a little off after that because it took longer to to actually make but yeah I remember we had A launch party. Do you risk ofi sure that that's how we met actually get so resear- helped throw a party in the basement of sure. Another club club called doubles in the ninety S. We had this really fun Launch Party and Ninety Yeah yes announcement around for a while but yeah and now so feels like a full fledged collection yet and they started expanding it and they have a rosy that I really love enjoying the summer and There's a woman. Winemaker Thandi Vulcan. WHO's the Winemaker and there's a Riesling and Chardonnay Chardonnay to you ever have to step foot in the wine shop anymore or do you just you know I do. There's one actually in our neighborhood on living in the West village seagraves on Hudson which is nearer butcher near the Great Burger. I was telling you about but I so I do like to try other wines and be married to a Frenchman. I also appreciate French wine. He actually he his winery to my kids have wonders on both both sides. So funny it's called a Chateau Torri and they make a great Rosaiah. There in that region in Provence. So do you still go back and forth between Paris and here yoido place there such. You'll look to spend time there but we're more based here because our kids are in school and more in New York I noticed you even have a non alcoholic wine named after one of your producers. Oh Yeah Mr Yuri. My Surgery Henley doesn't drink and I wanted to make him a festive drink as he is a sophisticated guy and he's he's like what I want to drink Martinelli on special occasions so we made I think it's a really cute bottle design. He was a bow. Ties local Bowtie. But yeah I I love this product. I have to to get it out there more because because we only made a little bit but I feel like I feel like people who don't drink. Alcohol can enjoy it because it tastes. Good it's basically corey the winemaker maker at our place. They got a machine that takes alcohol out so we took our blunk deblanc and just took the alcohol out so it tastes good. It's it's not. It's a little bit sweeter because it changes changes a little bit but it's definitely more elegant than Martinelli than I thought you know. Grown up sophisticated sparkling apple juice. Yeah exactly exactly the I mean. The whole non alcoholic thing is big growing part of the industry. Because I think you've had all these people for a long time. Who maybe they weren't drinking by choice? You weren't drinking by necessity but there just weren't never a lot of great options the ones I remember tastes terrible sweet and the labels are really ugly so so I thought there's a yeah a need for that and Corey was saying that the lower alcohol alcohol drinks are becoming more and more popular. I'm always bummed when you go to a restaurant you don't necessarily really feel like drinking and you ask what the Non Alcoholic options are and it's basically water and soda. That's always a bummer for me. Yeah I know it should be more creative and and you've had kids so even when you're pregnant and you're out in a restaurant. Yeah yeah there's this great drink so we have this little tiny hotel in Italy from the town where or my dad's from called Palazzo Margherita Bernal deb. which is it's really beautiful? But they have a drink there they make in the summer at sparkling water with fresh rosemary and lemon and asked what the I have to get the whole great. Yeah and it's really nice in the summer when you want something that has flavor but it took a cocktail we need A. We need an updated cocktail recipe. Be From you. I think you're actually in the. Are you in the first issue. I feel like you're in the first issue talking about French. Seventy Five's Oh I think so. Yes yeah we were talking about the the bar the Ritz Hotel which was opened when we interviewed you and then closed for all the renovations and lower back. I haven't I haven't been back anyway. Yeah I call Alan the bartender there is he back. He's back. I'm pretty sure he's back because has always a cool guy. Yeah he's back and I love that he Went on hiatus but they made sure to have him and it was the tiniest bar for for such like legendary space when you would go see it and you're like Oh gosh. This is literally like the size of a shoebox yet so cozy now now. It's all kinds of Clinton cleaned up so it looks a little too perfect but it's it's so yeah and when I was living in Paris Duran tonight we will go there and he makes those beautiful cocktails with fresh flowers and but they're strong so you have to watch. I think I've had some of those but I still love a French. Seventy thirty five have you. Do you ever go. Oh Yeah I filmed beguile there. We spent a couple of months there and I love I love I love it there. Did you ever go to that. Little Bar called French seventy-five in Orleans I don't think so. s liver of a bar. No I have to go. Its so-called. Obviously everyone gets the French seventy eighty five and they have great bar snacks. It's like all Leopard and sort of like monkey land. Next time I go there. I'M GONNA go for sure you would love of it so people can also visit the the winery. Oh Yeah in Geyserville there's The one with our net coppola winery. which it's really nice and I love the restaurant there? It's called rustic. And it's all my dad's favorite dishes and the Great Fiorentino's stakes which I love and And it's based pool with Craig Very. Yeah it's really family friendly. We bring our kids. Hang out by the pool and it's really nice. That sounds great so we stumbled upon the Sophia. Why instagram account and it seems like it's the closest this thing the world will ever get to a Sofia Coppola instagram account? I know that's what my friends like. Marc Jacobs is so An instagram my daughter lives in instagram. And I I know I'm still. Aw dragging behind trying my heels so that was my one for a into kind of playing with that and I wanted it to be reflective of you know my personality finality and what and spirit that definitely comes through every now and then there's like a new photo from you. Yeah Yeah I tried to send the stuff in here and there to to keep it connected. But they don't because I don't I don't look at all the time I kind of forget about that whole universe but I but I But it's fun to dip my toe in new spotlights cool movies you and I love your Muse. That's being too and I saw repel Veronica Webb on there. I love our Evanston years but it it was when I was sixteen I international and Paris as eighties and she was there as a model and she just made a big impression on me so she's so nice yeah. I haven't seen her a lot of time but it was actually very intense dinner for Jodi Kantor and Megan twohey who wrote she said. Oh you broke open the whole story and and she was there and we were able to catch up. Say Hi when you see her. I don't know if you've if you've read that book but then the night. Yeah I've read a bit and then it was getting kind of dark and I had to take a break. I mean for you for me. It's one thing reading it but I would imagine being in the movie world. It's a completely different. Yeah but I feel like it's it's Universal Farley true are. We're going to go back to movies. I wanted to wrap up on on cooking. So you mentioned that your recipe the girl. Yes you still stick to recipes. He I really need. I really need it spelled out. And Cindy Paulson is a family friend. So when I'm in now but she the shows me like I'm lucky that she taught me how to make a few things but I really need to explain and then she sent me some simple recipes..
"francis ford coppola coppola" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"That for me yes it may be. I've I'm incredibly curious as to how you feel about this. I'm just GonNa hit you with it. Okay what is your favorite vert movie ever and nobody people know you love movies. Yep You seem more than one thousand movies in your life. Your favorite movie ever is. What Chinatown okay okay? This just broke okay. Netflix has tapped Robert Town. Who wrote wrote the originality writer director originally wrote the original Chinatown and David fincher one of the elite directors in Hollywood s to the best has done a great movies and he of all kinds did seventy social network? Yeah you know he's done. He's brilliant. He's gay for a Chinatown Prequel. The pilot were portrayed the life of private investigator Jake gettys played by Jack. Nicholson in the original original. Before the events of the iconic nineteen seventy four film in other words. They're messing with your baby. Your favorite move all time but with the people doing it are conic. Yes it is two of the bright are so if they come to you and they say hey Steve Mason we listen to that Ed dog and pony show you do with Ireland. ESPN no get it. Yeah we get and we know your unabashedly loves for Chinatown worth thinking about doing a prequel. But we're going to get Robert Town and we're going to get David fincher but it's GonNa be Chinatown. It's going to be the original. We're missing with the original story in the original film. Are you thumbs up or thumbs down so you know they did. A sequel to Chinatown the to Jake was not good was written by Robert Town. I think it was directed by Robert and Jack Nicholson was in it. It was just impossible to live up now a prequel so you'd not would-be young actors. That would not be Jack. Nicholson I you know what I would because of fincher I would give it a shot because of fincher I would give it a shot and you know what you can do it without messing with the integrity of the original film. Well in they're calling this a net flicks prequel series so it may not be a movie who've made a series like breaking battered better call Saul it says the deal does not determine who will direct prequel series if it were green lit Roman Roman Polanski directed the original films town. Mr Rain not be directing yet town must written it and Polanski directed it s correct. Okay and fading away. Jack Nicholson All star. Cast but man this would be like. She's my daughter sheets my sister. She's my my. This would be like messing with the Godfather if they came out and said Ed. We're doing a Netflix series as a Prequel to the Godfather and they had Francis Ford Coppola Coppola and they had al Pacino involved. I don't know if I'd want it. I the godfathers to perfect it. It is not a perfect move he would have to go back and find somebody younger to play. Corleone Yeah and you know what's weird about. That wouldn't work because we already had already. Cy Young yeah so that matter of fact in godfather to UC young veto as a boy. You know what's right. In the very beginning of the movie when he the witnesses the assassination that would never work by the way Godfather three is not a great movie. Although it's not as bad bad as people make it out still pretty good. Yeah I totally agree to good all right. So you're okay with this venture rally sign on freely. Yeah if if I think you might be the answer to okay you can pick any director to do a movie about the most important thing in your life. Yes he might be the guy. He's really really. He is one of the toughest director. Makes you over and over and over and over. Listen listen to the behind the scenes commentary of the social network. Oh I can only the scene with Jesse Eisenberg and the girl Rooney Mara Rooney marking the beginning. Currently they did a million times they did over one hundred ten. And it's like a five five minute conversation so do it again again action. Yo did you see Ford versus Frenette. It is we started with. We can thought it was good. I thought it was really good. Man Christian Bale is I conquer you hear stories of Christian. Bale being a crank but man he might be worth so you know what he works out at my gym. He's apparently quite a good guy. When I've been around as he's been totally good guy he just got mad at that one director of photography? Yeah during the making I forget it was. It was terminator. My my guy. McKee was directing that. That's right matter of fact in that rant. He turns him. 'CAUSE YOU'RE NOT GONNA do anything about this right very smartly says I. I didn't see it. I just Jim. Bell supposedly lost seventy pounds to play that role in Ford versus. Yeah he comes off really good yeah. He's really good. Attainments excellent and the woman who played percussion bells wife is good. I didn't know anything about that story. Did you know anything about this story. When Ford went to try to donate twenty four hours of Henry Ford? I don't I won't ruin anything but Henry Ford does not come off great and see you actor. That played them is a guy named Tracy Letts. WHO's also great actor playwright? He he did my podcast this week and I will say Tracy Letts has one of the great crying scenes of all time in this movie really does so. You're foreseeing solicited promotion for a movie that don't forget to sign up for Disney pluses knee. Plus Greg you signed up for Disney plus. Yeah I did I watched Endgame again last night because I haven't seen it since I was in the theater. Everything is on it like I. I have a friend that got totally messed up and then watched fantasia and thought it was the greatest thing she ever saw it was. I mean that is fantastic. Movie would air not on a normal level. You know it is it's like and and But you didn't start the mandatory. No I want to I. There's only two episodes right. I think the second episode just came out. So that's next. I had to choose last night. Mandal Mandalay Laurean or endgame again. And I've been really wanting I heard man delorean's really good supposed to be great. Coming up. Next for Lakers are eleven and two and in the schedule John is favorable. I will explain. Just how favorable next Mason Ireland E._S._p._N. L._A...
"francis ford coppola coppola" Discussed on Classic Movie Musts
"And music over the baptism service and box music override shots of clemenza walking up steps received dunbar seaney at a courthouse a las vegas hotel owner being massage and the corleone gang traps arrival leaving a flower shop in a revolving door and kills him a gang member luca nazis replacement impersonating getting a policeman shoots dunbar zini as the oil pours in one shot dead are shown in a second and third and we have michael lighting a candle all in the fourth at length the new family michael in the center stands on the steps of the church as in the first episode the photographer had grouped the family around the old godfather setting all family business before moving his operation to las vegas michael orders the murder of carlo after extracting a confession that answers for santino death at the toll booth clemenza lurks in the back seat and the unsuspecting car is strangled the windshield broken by carlos is foot corresponds to connie's shattered face as she accuses michael of engineering the murder which of course michael denies when his wife kay doubts he he lies to her directly in the room that was seen through blinds in the opening shot of the film now in daylight. He answers her question. Is it true with no still doubtful. K. leaves the room and as she turns from another room to look back sees clemenza bow to kiss michael's ring and as she acquires knowledge of this futile gesture michael orders the door closed as it closes coppola shifts to case face in the reverse angle reaction shot case his face is wiped into blackness and the film ends the black silhouette of don corleone is back in the opening shot and the final wipe over kay's face ace indicate the continuity of the darkness that secret knowledge brings now. It's time for our buzz from the back lot segment and this week. We've got some gory details. Marlon brando wanted to make don corleone on a look like a bulldog so he stuffed his cheeks with cotton wool for the audition for the actual filming. He wore mouthpiece made by a dentist. The appliances is on display. In the american museum of the moving image in queens new york orson welles lobbied to get the part of don vito corleone even offering to lose a a good deal of weight in order to get the role francis ford coppola. A wells fan had to turn him down because he already had marlon brando in mind for the role and felt that wells wouldn't be right for it. Lenny montana who plays luca brasi was so nervous about working with marlon brando that in the first take of their scene together he flubbed some some lines coppola liked genuine nervousness and used it in the final cut the scenes of luca practicing his speech. We're added later. According to richard castellano who plays clemenza he defended gordon willis during a disagreement that willis was having with francis ford coppola coppola got his revenge on castellano by making him do twenty takes of the shots clemenza walking up four flights of stairs. The smack that veto gives johnny contain was not in the script marlon brando brando improvise the smack and martinez confused reaction with real according to james caan martinez didn't know whether to laugh or cry the scene where sonny beats have have carlo took four days to shoot and featured more than seven hundred extras. The use of the garbage can lid was improvised james caan during rehearsals. Ah false horse's head was used for the bedroom scene for the film shot. A real horse's head was used acquired from a dog food factory. According to john marley marla the scream of the horror was real as he was not informed that a real head was going to be used coppola shot sonny's assassination scene in one take with with different cameras positioned at each shot. This was because there were one hundred and forty nine squibb's taped onto james caan body to simulate the effect of rapid rapid machine gun fire and they couldn't shoot another take mccloskey's death was achieved by building a fake forehead onto sterling hayden's head a gap was cut in the center and filled with fake blood then capped off of the plug of prosthetic flesh when the scene was being filmed the plug was quickly yanked out using a monofilament fishing line which doesn't show up on film. The effect was to make it look like a bloody hole. Suddenly appeared on hayden's head. Mow greens execution acution by a bullet through his i was accomplished by a hidden pellet shooter in the glasses is frame that smashed the lens outward and finally the align. I'm gonna make him an offer. He can't refuse was selected by the a._f._i. On their list of the one hundred top movie quotes it currently ranks wchs as the number two most famous line right behind frankly my dear. I don't give a damn from gone with the wind that concludes.
"francis ford coppola coppola" Discussed on KTOK
"The worst thing I've ever seen wild in the most. So what do you think of? I'm thinking zombies. You know, the dead ghouls Bill, Mary, Adam driver, and Chloe Sevigny play police officers who lead the defense against the zombie attack on a small town. They are joined in living in Unidad form by Tilda Swinton, Steve Bush. Emmy Danny Glover Selena Gomez. And Iggy pop among others. Did she just say shorten day? Yes, she did. And while we're talking about horror films sound. Is it crucial element in zombie, films as well as the upcoming Chucky and Annabel films our own tiny j powers spoke with a man who creates those thrilling and emotionally jarring moments some years are better than others for movies, the stand? The test of time and twenty nineteen marks the fortieth anniversary of one of those. Nine hundred seventy nine saw the release of Norma Ray. The China syndrome rocky to alien the Amityville horror, ten and Kramer versus Kramer to name, a few, but another film released that year would change the way we heard movies Francis Ford, Coppola Vietnam war story Apocalypse Now. I love the spell of the morning. Britain's. Walter merge is the reason that movie sounds different for all the ones before it. He's called the godfather of modern movie sound for a reason his groundbreaking work in the nineteen seventies would lay the groundwork for the way today's films or heard. Merge. Got his start working with a friend of his from the university of southern California. George Lucas, the man who gave us another summer blockbuster Star Wars, and also one of his former co workers at the time Francis Ford Coppola Coppola, chose marched a handle the sound mixing for Apocalypse Now which featured actors who are now household names, Martin sheen Robert Duvall Laurence Fishburne Harrison Ford, Dennis, hopper and Marlon Brando this. I sat down with merchant an empty New York City movie theater. And I asked him why the sound in that film stands apart, the first film to be mixed in what we now. Call five point one and Francis. Had had a vision. You can only call it that of a running Apocalypse Now in the theater that he was going to build in the center of the United States, somewhere in Kansas. That was the only place that the film would be shown, and people would come from all over the world to see this film at this one theater, kind of like an I max theater today, and it would have this fantastic sound system. The idea of that theatre never materialized. But the idea of surrounding the audience with sound did that's the standard now but at the time it was unique thinking during the filming of the movie merge, made maps of how end wear the sound should come from surround sound is fun for big battle scenes, but when. We're doing a more intimate scene of Willard the Martin sheen character looking at maps, or whatever let's condense all the sound down just to traditional mono sound coming out of one speaker behind the screen that means that the audiences ears, we'll get used to this. And then when we expanded to stereo it will feel like an opening up of a flower on. And then when we expand that up to the whole theater that will intensify even more. Since I was nineteen. I wanted a mission for my sins. Thank gave me one. Nobody never gone on the mission like before. Is over. Never want another one. And this was a guide for us in, in constructing the film than it meant that all the people who worked on it had an idea of where should they allocate their, their resources because it's much simpler to do the sound if it's all in mono, and it's very complex, especially if you've never done it before, if you have to do it filling up the whole theater, it's thinking like that, that would earn him the title of sound designer merch had earlier teamed with Coppola on the sound for the godfather. Family. Not personal. Strictly. Merge won his first Oscar for Apocalypse Now and was the first person to win double Oscars for best sound and best film, editing for his work on The English Patient in nineteen Ninety-six..
"francis ford coppola coppola" Discussed on Blockbuster
"The story. You're about to hear is true. It is a story of friendships that formed half a century ago. And created a global phenomenon. This presentation contains beautiful music and epic sound design. On your headphones and enjoy. Blockbuster starts now. The following is a true story about the making of an empire and to visionary world builders who made it possible. This is blockbuster. Episode one. Fall nineteen seventy one. The Hollywood studio system is in shambles. Filmmakers are struggling with the new popularity of television and changing world and in new generation of creative thinkers is beginning to emerge. It is an incredible shining. How'd you do that an ambitious group of young filmmakers gathered at the Hollywood home of thirty two year old Francis Ford Coppola Coppola, fresh approach to making film has earned the respect of Paramount Pictures, which is about to release his film called the godfather? It's an exciting time for Francis. Tonight. The attention in the room is on someone else. Steve it's just phenomenal sound. Thinks mardi the blow of a projector bounces off a screen to light up Coppola sprawling living room and everyone in it Francis. Martin Scorsese Brian depalma and some other friends everyone's eyes were drawn to the images on the screen in front of him. It's an action packed car. Chase film called dual soon to be an ABC television movie of the week. And it's directed by the youngest person in the room twenty four year old Stephen Spielberg. Francis was amazed all this and ten days. Yeah. Well, no, the thirteen we went over a little bit. This group often debated and critique each other's films. The camera work is amazing. But tonight, it was all praised for Stephen. They actually wanted me to go back and blow up the truck. But I'd tell them I wouldn't do it. Yeah. You don't need to blow up. We all get the truck deserves a slow death at the back of this dark Spanish style living room in the shadows. Leans rail thin young man in a plaid shirt bushy hair and full beard. His name was George Lucas. He hadn't planned to stay long. But just like the others he'd found himself drawn in it was Stevens camera work long. Tracking shots what many filmmakers would shoot as three separate shots. Stephen would combine into one with the moving camera. Do you have a Stanford? Yeah. Yeah. He had to jump out last sec. Wow. You got them to do that. They all felt like rebels Hollywood renegades. They're laid back. Dress code itself was in defiance of the slick monkey suit aesthetic of the declining Hollywood studios looking to make money, I and good movies. Second George in particular was from small town, California Modesto to be exact like many of them. He's grown up on serials films rebroadcast on his local TV channels to fill time Hollywood didn't make stories like that anymore, and he intended to change that. And he saw the same. Take charge attitude in Steve's film. I'll have a hamburger, please, no one. It was a growing tradition for this group to go out for dinner after a screening at Francis house cheeseburger for me tonight. It was mel's drive in a diner down the street from the iconic grens Chinese theater mardi Brian Steve and George all sat in a booth. I'll do the same and extra pickles. All right. I'll have them right out for you, though. None of them knew it yet. All four of them were on the cusp of breakthrough international success so Mari. I hear you'll be working with Roger Corman correct picture about train robbers on the run in the south. We're trying to shoot it all in Arkansas Bacall, and what's next for you? George George and Francis have been developing film called American graffiti. But Georgia's most excited about something else had this idea. It's a hero's journey sitting another world, George often spoke in visionary ideas. He was just twenty six years old, but his film friends admired him he challenge. Them to become better filmmakers themselves on thinking. Joseph Cambell sort of sci-fi venture in outer space, like you'll flash Gordon series, actually, tried to get the right supplies, Gordon. But they wouldn't sell them. So a kids movie that was Brian to palm not necessarily kids movie. Well, yeah, it's an adult kids movie, George had a nickname. He hated the kid because he looked so young for his extravagant ideas. He was sensitive to it one of the reasons he'd grown out his beard to look older. Now, all you get is cops hard drama. What about strange lands and creatures and? Scape from the everyday still sounds sort of like a kids movie. Brian would never really understand this kind of movie that we'd make dozens of successful films in his own career. But Steven understood completely brilliant, George really absolutely their fantasies. Streams very tales a modern fairytale edge of the world romance adventure fund used to being practically everything that's been done. Before has had a great story is a great story. I can see something like the great swashbuckling adventures. But in outer space, it's another world love the idea. George Stephen would always remember the moment, he realized he and George were different from Marty and Brian and Francis they made great and important films. But Stephen and George felt called to something else making movies.
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"This is fresh air. I'm David being Hooley editor of the website TV worth watching sitting in for Terry. Gross. This week marks the fiftieth anniversary of the publication of Mario Puzo. The godfather a new edition has just been released with an introduction by Francis. Ford Coppola Coppola and Puzo co wrote the screenplays for all three godfather films. This is from the opening scene of the first one. No major. The council. Remember last? Hospital Cup of coffee. My wife. Inchon? In the London. My friends should. I didn't want to get into twelve. Good. Mended living, please protect the. Wrong. Right. Me just. Come into my house for my daughters. Justice. Just. Then she suffers. How much? Split. Skin. Chance anonymous man, like yourself should make enemies. He would look.
"francis ford coppola coppola" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Hey can only today. We celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the publication of Mario Puzo 's bestselling novel. The godfather he was the first to use the term godfather to describe the head of a mafia family, the more. I use it during the book, the more became what was so not a mafia uses everybody uses it, the word didn't exist. Also Francis Ford Coppola who directed the godfather films the studio wanted Coppola to screen test Marlon Brando for the title role. Coppola was amazed by Brando during the audition. But then he said all he's shot in the throat in story should talk like this throat right in front of my eyes. He transformed himself. Also, Justin Chang reviews, the new film, captain marvel that's all coming up on fresh air. This week marks the fiftieth anniversary of the publication of Mario Puzo. The godfather a new addition has just been released with an introduction by Francis. Ford Coppola Coppola and Puzo co wrote the screenplays for all three godfather films. This is from the opening scene of the first one. Gentleman. He is the first time you the council the hell. Again, remember the last time that vitamin the house for a Cup of coffee. Even though my wife has gone mother child. But let's be Frank in the London. My friendship. In refrain to be meant that I didn't want to get into trouble. He phone. Is the mound. Come. A good trade, man. Good living. Please protect the juvenile court. Some long in the front like me. I come to me and say, I'm calling on the give me Justice. You don't know for friendship. It only linked to call me golfer. Said you come into my house on the day my daughters to marry the Neo asked me the murder money. Ask you just it's not just Donaldson the lie. Lie south again. She's not. How much pay? Luma said what have I done to make you take? Minnesota's was split for me. Come to me and -fensive and the scum of wounded Donna would be suffering. This very day. Butts has an honest man, like yourself should make enemies than he would become my enemies. And then they were saying. Be my friend. Some day. My never come out on your service. A lead. Except the Justice gift. I'm not as. That's. Give this to women. Aloma reliable people people that aren't going to be carried way when not murder spy on the. That's from the nineteen seventy two film. The godfather based on the novel by Mario Puzo, the book sold about twenty one million copies and inspired countless mob related novels movies and TV shows including HBO's the sopranos. Mario Puzo died in nineteen ninety nine age seventy eight Terry gross spoke with him three years earlier..
"francis ford coppola coppola" Discussed on KQED Radio
"This is fresh air. I'm David being Cooley editor of the website TV worth watching sitting in for Terry. Gross. This week marks the fiftieth anniversary of the publication of Mario Puzo. Godfather, a new edition has just been released with an introduction by Francis. Ford Coppola Coppola and Puzo co wrote the screenplays for all three godfather films. This is from the opening scene of the first one. I council for them. I can't remember last. The media house for a Cup of coffee. John. In the London friendship. I didn't want to get into trouble. Mark. Mended living, please protect the juvenile records along. He's a native. I come to me and say. Give me just. She's on us. You think? Coming into my house my daughters. Murder. Yeah. Ask you just. Just. Dan. She sophos. How much? You this? Shit. Donald. On this man should make enemies than he would look..