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"gerard butler" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

01:38 min | 4 months ago

"gerard butler" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Today yeah Kaelin I know you do I love brandy I'm so glad that she's coming back to you I love yeah Paulina you started watching it too I love how much crap she stirs up and I'm really sick of like Kyle in that whole dynamic anyway brandy was grilled on rumors that she had an affair with Denise Richards on the show watch how steamy is that but she wasn't giving any details and set instead she dished on all her famous axes so she was on some podcast and was asked about her relationship with Gerard Butler remember how he didn't want to claim her because she was saying that they did it once and he's like I don't remember what you are yeah and so Gerard Butler she said was lovely very handsome and sexy but claimed he was a little paranoid about the paparazzi when they were together because again he did wanna climber when asked about any other famous hook ups she said she dated David Schwimmer during his friends years buds he wore makeup and concealer out during the day and it annoyed her she couldn't and I am with her on that if you go out during the day you don't just come from the site where obviously they have make up like we'll see that though I don't know why Ross is out here wearing concealer Glanville went on to say that she actually went out on a date with Matt leblanc to and she went with him first but was immediately turned off when they got back to his place and he let his dog lick his ice cream so she didn't have sex with them I'm so brandy's also says I dated a lot I made out a lot I made out with one of the men in the notebook that man was single at the time that's all I'll say the man is only one.

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"gerard butler" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:14 min | 11 months ago

"gerard butler" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"It is fantastic study of this man's life of of the way he's kind of built this protective shell around himself <hes> which susil holding him in an unsorted suppressing creativity but also it's the only way he's wanted to protect himself from all the pain of the world on this kind of whether he can get past that and then there's a whole other story where there are sort of flashbacks where we see childhood memories <hes> we see penelope cruz and her young son you know growing up in less than ideal circumstances trying to make the best of it trying to find his way in life. There's a lot going on in those scenes. There's a lot of texture in those scenes in a lot of kind of nostalgia but also kind of a clear eyed look at the past and a clear eyed look. Maybe some things that were less ideal a new struggle to maybe trying break this. Shell around himself in the present. I just think it's a fantastic fantastic film. It's one word. The plot is pretty much impossible to describe beyond this things. I've set <hes> but it's a brilliant performance from from antonio banderas like if he is up for an oscar for this next year it's because nobody watches the foreign films like there's no other possible explanation and he's wonderful in it and you know the the sort of the supporting custody great work as well but really it's. It's very much his film. He's in almost every scene and he has remarkable. Finally the oscar nomination he was sadly died for assassins and the mascot are oh yeah mainly us. We all agree on that. <hes> is a gif of him. You know that that that people use when he is like south korea leans back in his chair and war is not from what's that from us from assassins isn't isn't often often was he in the net. No you're the jury north. I am always anyway. This is fantastic. We give it four. Stars sounds like you're on a five. I might be wrong on a mother who also so beautifully thank you his. His house is incredible. Look at this guy's house. Look everyday to look at the toaster. It's like dodging obama's smeg toaster. God is about four hundred points but it's incredible for the toaster alone goes it goes over the toaster and save the rest of the film so forcing for pain.

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"gerard butler" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

03:50 min | 11 months ago

"gerard butler" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"The year nineteen sixty scariest ears stories scary america nixon's reelection nixon the most terrifying thing in the movie boy possibly stella is a hornet who spends time in her bedroom writing her own scary stories sometimes in the dark sometimes not you must be all over the place yes go terrible handwriting be when she and some friends a chased into a spooky house in the neighborhood they read scary. Don't scary book that nobody the elsewhere choose to read when they read it. Unleashes is toby. Young book is it called the nano mikan. It basically should be that. Don't open the book to read this book of the dead book of the bad things book stories that will come true and kill you and kill you by call thanks <music> son so they read the book and all the stories coming true in the stories of writing themselves and as they're writing themselves people are dying way way. Isn't this big goosebumps. It's like goosebumps but like it kind of lenses fifteen racing. The interesting thing about this is that it's so p._g. Thirteen rated horror chris. You and i saw this last night on the way across about behind by the way that's okay. I mean it wasn't holding my hand. Wasn't it new ooh oh so we will have a conversation on the way across to the screening about how p._g. Thirteen horror is interesting because it makes you think oh. This is probably going to be watered down but then you think something like drag me to hell which is exactly the film is trying to be. It's not holding anything back is just that there's nothing specifically in there that you can point into and go oh. This is gory. They avoid goal but it doesn't mean that avoids scares so this is a fifteen over here and i think he kind of wins that it's it's not gory lori but it is pretty scary and intense and it's a real nice so of halloween vibe to it. I it kind of feels like a shame that it's not being released around halloween because because it's got a nice spooky nece too. It feels kind of appropriate for that. So of release time the thing it felt like most of me was something like one of the buffet halloween episodes of selling team playful and fun but there's some imagery in that hopefully this is based on a famous miss american book. I don't know if it was as big a thing here. <hes> i don't think it was like alvin. Schwartz did the series of scary stories to tell in the dark <hes> with all these horrific l. associations and things that was aimed at younger audiences so is introductions a horror and the film kind of does that too for me. It played a little bit lake. <hes> <hes> if you've seen stranger things and you liked the scariness of that but you're not quite ready for it yet. This is the kind of middle ground you go some really nice performances format from the kids at like follows a bit of stranger things because it's called the retro setting and it follows mainly a group of teens who are trying to sort of deal with all this stuff while the adults <hes> focused on other things like nixon <hes> so the lead zoe margaret collezzi in she's really show me. She's a great way to the film. There are some really really of surprisingly crew monster designs. I is that playing with kind of monsters unspokenness rather than all out goal. Did that really well. <hes> has has a little bit of the game adulterous camp. He's here is a producer but it also feels like a set apart from what he would normally do and it has this noise through line of this of the real monster being racism and america at large so yeah..

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"gerard butler" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:35 min | 11 months ago

"gerard butler" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Him tell it who you are jerry butler enjoying. We're delighted to be joined on the n._p._r. Podcast by the star of angel has fallen and of course london has fallen and olympus has fallen nisa jared butler. How are you sir. I'm good how you doing just remained in cuba but it just makes it so he does is the phantom has fallen the ugly truth four. How're things you've said. You've just finished a big big movie with rick room enroll. Who won't who's the director of this film as well so he gets his ethos. He just his movies. I feel are very raw. That's that's what i experienced when i watched his other movies inch shock collar specially nuts when i approached him about about angels fallen and i've heard that description used a lot with our movies really raw compared to the strip and yeah and that was a big thing i'm from him. He's like we're gonna do this then. Let's really do it. What is it like being this guy. You know just when a terrorist attack happens. What are the rigors of the job. How hard is it in his body on his mind. What does he have to cover. What does he have to not tell his family and everything and then how can not be played with manipulated and in a way that nobody nobody could have imagined on a global stage in the end just from from how he's been kind of misbehaving say that from his this whole for the right eight reasons but anyway so yeah so. I just finished that movie with with rick but i have said that myself rick room in raw. It's just a good to lean into rick roman role or woman raw by the end of the interview. I swear to god i would pronounce his name correctly. That's that's my challenge to myself hoping you don't coming up with woman raw bryan. Isn't it at least swallow a of it like that but you're right it is this is a very different version of mike banning. This is a a less quick tastic. Mike banners no. Let's play kafelnikov hugo. I it's nothing like that. There's nothing like the abandoned that you had with with our cart in the last one. This is very very straight down the line for very serious which which i thought was interesting yeah yeah i mean there's still there's still a lot of schumer and funny moments in the movie. Especially my relationship with my father who's gone off created nick nolte yet but i sure a lot more of it is played for truth like trying to get a job pass straight..

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"gerard butler" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

03:38 min | 11 months ago

"gerard butler" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Don't remember any of that stuff. What are you talking about. That's weird <hes> but i also think that venom is a huge part of this because fem is not a good movie but it made loads and loads and loads of money and so they might think well doesn't really matter that much does it. It does long term. You can have a one hit with practically anything but it does matter if you're going to keep people around it really what's interesting as well in some of the reports succeed like chris ed nothing confirms but some of the reports that have come out this week have said kevin fight yet and he did a bit of work behind the scenes on venom une credited did so even to kind of get it to the point where that was. I don't think there's a single movie. That's made with the marvel logo on. It hasn't hit his desk at some don't want at least you know even if it's just hey kevin we're not too sure what's happening with this movie. You know we don't really know what we're doing. What were you think we should do. I don't know how much work he didn't venom to be honest but it's it's. It really does mean to be honest. I think it's about chasing the bottom line and and screw that people actually let the love these movies love characters and i'll feel a little bit sorry for for tom. Holland of his last movie is peter. Parker is outside the m._c. and you him who knows who knows thing is they're. They're saying oh we've learned what we need to learn from from marvel we don't we know how to make spiderman movie but flies against all the evidence <hes> <hes> that they made too bad as spiderman movies spiderman three was bad the mood spiderman movies without marvel's direct involvement again rather tipping point where there there are more bad ones than are good ones and venom is not a good movie so the evidence is not there that they they'll they'll they'll be able to let that's amounts in safe hands in though because you know he's a lovely man and we want the best we do and hopefully get a move on quickly as well because you know tall still looks about seventeen or eighteen but <hes> one day he'll wake up. He'll look forty five twenty five years but sure no more coincided cursing tomo because i'm gonna with another tom holland and not tell anyone and then keep the real thome holland make spiderman vitamin three privately okay chris as your lawyer. That's kidnapping kidnappings. It's that's that's also a crime. The age is not the determining factor in we were in your chromebook can't can had big book of crime. I don't have it with me but i absolutely can. Well okay take your word for it. I am going to man up thome holland force chris about three k. through any police listening. If you can just stop chris i'd appreciate it. Thanks so much anyway. Speaking of kevin feige are offenders endgame spoiler special. It's only the forty-sevens one. We've done is finally going to be up a puma hopefully lead by the time you listen to this one with with kevin feige when we recorded <hes> in front of a small audience of loyal empire subscribers and lovely lovely people they are too. I mean i didn't speak to the more insisted that he didn't make eye contact but i'm sure they prefer a nice and <hes> that's going to be up. That's going to be up now. That's going to be up now also going to be exciting so listen to that as well and a quentin tarantino lead once upon time in hollywood sport or special also featured this in two right now so that is also the ferry exciting hurrah hurrah for us. Well done us last night at least as we can. New section is the sad passing of peter fonda the legendary peter fonda who died last week at the age of seventy nine and they were very very sad loss..

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"gerard butler" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:52 min | 11 months ago

"gerard butler" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Another nerdy teenager with superpowers from the new york area to come up and get herschel. Maybe from jersey city. I don't know maybe somebody whose name is camera. The ah i know there's no overlending to be had from the selling i think ultimately <hes> because apartment the spiderman spiderman and communicator great together <hes>. I don't know you guys. I got a bad feeling about this. I hope that they resolve differences. I hope that they find a way to meet in. The middle regards money. I hope the pacific is blue as my. I really do shawshank louisiana good ending dean had a happy ending <hes> sputter alert by the way for shawshank redemption as he ever seen is twenty one years old this year. Are you willing to yeah kroll through a tunnel of literal shuttled squalor and come out cleaning the other side. That's what i that's what i will do in order to to see them reconciler differences but you know ultimately i i. I'm a pessimist in this regard. I think what's happened. Is that sony tom. Rothman is now at the studio where he wasn't whenever this deal was brokered and there's no no official statements here but there is a feeling that rothman and sony feel that they have learned enough from kevin fai about how to make these movies. I i think what one of the things that made these movies these these two movies very very special and of course the other appearances spiderman and e._m._c. You is exactly that it was in the m._c. You you and i think if you sent me tear him. Out of the fabric of that construct is just kind of feel weird in the way that then felt weird. Actually actually it felt old fashioned in many many ways that was one of the ways actually felt kind of old fashioned and and this is i mean you can have those two play together but i mean i i for one don't care because i hate venomous spiderman villain haehem <hes>. I don't wanna see those too much yeah. I try to be balanced but i'm not very good at it. You know i don't like him with spider. Monterey don't on. I don't know how those two carriages as they are. Currently conceived work in the same film never mind getting into more bs and all this other stuff that they have planned. I don't know how those together sony animation did. A superb job with spiderman in spite of that isn't incredible film if you tell me phil lord and chris miller are going to consult with kevin foggy. Was that something but the best movie possibly i don't. I don't think there's much kinder argument. Actually i think that's just incredible film. I mean maybe if they did some kind of live action action spite of s thing it would be a way of sony doing their own live action. Tom holland movie that also feels slightly removed from the stuff and could then if he was reading being integrated into the universe later down the line..

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"gerard butler" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:17 min | 11 months ago

"gerard butler" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"When i was like thirteen fourteen or whatever that was was honestly the funniest thing i've ever seen me and my mates at school would absolutely kill us. We'd watch it in i._t. Lessons and just like be absolutely pissing ourselves and israel. We watch it in the office the other day and it just seems to have gone vanished will ferrell if you're listening. Please send a copy to ban is uploaded the funnier die. I will do that yeah i get. I do get all that idea of questions. I do have worries why is lily not directness for example atlanta <hes>. What will that mean the dynamic nick. It'd be something like if i think actually it is happening. I think joel cohen is driving to move without ethan. So what happens it happens of jerusalem drake's movie with our anthony. Russo madness is this just seem to be like a hive mind as filmmaker so that's going to be a bit of a worry <hes>. Why is there no fishburne. Why isn't no joey pants. It's this i'm happier with tchaikovsky even one which housekeeping on board and in control of a matrix sequel that i was with the the matrix reboot which had been mooted with sack pen in charge the script not a huge sack pen fan. I think think is fair to say so. I'm i'm slightly happier with this yet but we'll see what happens but yeah genuinely. If this affects john wick four in any way shape or form arm there will be blood. I think i think there's pretty much blood guaranteed except yellow blood speaking blood. We should mention bemis t._v. Show <hes> which is as ambi- circle zarco generation z. said fine jesus which is basically about a whole load of old rich boomers turning into zombies and trying to literally literally eat their children as well as destroying their future and indeed the planet so that's relevant satirical so there's no salute so generational divide in this country that could be really nicely transposed across to a zombie yards if not just this country yeah the whole world burning yep literally so anyway but that sounds great and we love him and speaking people we love andrew scott lately of fleabag before mentioned and of course sherlock luck before that let's not get you started how much you like his moriarty love..

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"gerard butler" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

03:31 min | 11 months ago

"gerard butler" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"You know but i'm not doing that again. It's hell doing the the regime for these movies these but you know they got geoff darrow back and board. Who's a big part of the look of these movies. It wouldn't surprise me. Tall of johnston. Hausky comes back on to kind of help with the stunt since and the second unit and as indeed he's he's now. He's gonna fulfill this function on birds of prey or the fantabulous amancio patient of one harley harley quinn. He's coming back in to oversee along with kathy on <hes>. How's that going to work. <hes> action sequences for that movie so johnston hausky may be it wouldn't surprised me gets announced. This is some point any counties back carry on moss's back. Lana wachowski is back. Yeah jeff dyer was back. All these people are back and it's fantastic. People will lose their shit about twitter publicist the name this going do you remember make revolutions matrix reloaded guys. I mean they weren't that great so there is a fourth part of ova counter reeves lead action. Franchise lamb burning to say is joan wig chapter four matrix four. I'm very much on defense. I'm i'm very hopeful. The in the more than fifteen years since reloaded and revolutions lessons have been learned about how much you know one key shit. The people are willing to put up with <hes>. I'm really hopeful and on the this will be more like the original matrix and less like <hes> anything anything else in the matrix. I i feel like the matrix sequels are almost that stole was prequels level where enough time has passed the people can accept the they would not the thing that everyone hopes and dreams that they would be so people can go back and pick the things that actually the there. Were things have merit so them especially. Some of the action in <hes> in and reloaded is great that yeah maybe there's a little bit more distance now that you can enjoy the stuff that there is to enjoy them without holding onto the fact that they're ever going to hold a candle all to the first one i think with this new one thing i'm really intrigued and excited about is the said launch houses co writing this but also on board is david mitchell the author of cloud atlas <hes> on the bone clocks which are amazing books and over which skis with tom to quit the cloud atlas film film is so great great and i'm intrigued to see what that sort of writing collaboration is gonna bring especially like the which house keys i know it's just launer onboard at the moment but nothing about leaping and bones but they are fascinating filmmakers and whether you like everything they've done since the matrix have always done things that are really ridi really interesting and the follow these interesting narrative threads outta note the transference of souls about rebirth and about the kind of disparate the difference between reality and internal reality and the world around you the has obviously then been mirrored in a really interesting way in their personal lives gives a now that plugging back into the matrix. I didn't mean disabling back into the matrix but it works taking that back into the world of the matrix with the who kind of loner is a filmmaker these days. I think he's going to be fascinating. That's what gets me excited but i'm i'm really hopeful. I really am i just i worry about carts like the architect coming back for no fucking reason but i'm really hopefully none or cordingley vis-a-vis really hopeful that was really upsetting is is that amazing will ferrell. Mtv sketch has been scrubbed from the internet. I think he calls line anyway..

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"gerard butler" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:24 min | 11 months ago

"gerard butler" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"C._e._o. It feels to me a little bit like someone's just pressed the bond title random generator and come up with this but it's not that i you know i saw some people getting quite head about the titles. Some people quite liked it. I'm kind of i'm fine with it. I'm glad we can call it something limbaugh twenty-five although i still think they're cowards for not just calling bomb twenty five. I like the typeface for this. It looks nice. It looks like in town logo. Somebody told me on twitter earlier today that this is the typeface. I used on an honor blackman book marcus honor blackman's book of self defense uses the same typeface or a very similar ones very popular typefaces. Visiting professionals used it as well. The team used as also so courteous. It's going around there. Just you know all these big action. Heroes are just sharing this font and why not it's a good fund but this is how we know about this movie producer discussing a title undefined. I will say that only gibbs formerly of this this parish <hes> worked on that kind of reveal with done craig walking along and reveal of the title of self so that's pretty cool. It's pretty well could work only yeah that was kind of it. News ways right. It's just another massive massive story. The matrix is back. Lana wachowski skis bag kelly reeves's bag-carrying moss's bag. The matrix four is happening. The matrix reboots it. Surely that's what i calling it right joey pants or get the fuck out now. I know there's still time. We've still got time to find out who else might return. I think <hes> wasn't he dead anyway. It's funny that they're calling. Matrix has stop them. It's funny the matrix for isn't it when there wasn't a two or three. It's like indiana jones going straight to fight this thing. I mean the night the night that the news as of this broke it may have been superseded by another piece of movie news just guessing there was something else but when i did see people talking about the matrix four news they were losing their shit. They were gonna. Oh my god. This is amazing. Kenner reeves is back carry. Moss's back fishburne isn't back a young morpheus whether whether he's passed on or whether it was an opportunity for maybe he's just gone. Look guys to hold now for this shit. I'm happy being john wick or other people do my fighting for me. Kind of stood stood surrounded by wearing a comfortable coats..

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"gerard butler" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

03:14 min | 11 months ago

"gerard butler" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"T._v. Company might broadcast the running man who's again something that attracted you too yeah and actually you know he wrote up when he was eighteen nineteen so it was kind of amazing that he could be that mature but also it's a time period. That's scary. Stories is set that is scary stories nineteen sixty eight that seems to have been a time that <hes> our times reflect very well right now. You have a lot of nixon for example yes footage of nixon in <hes> scary stories telling the darken feed. Mom looms large background. Let me i can i wait. You do not film. <hes> it's amazing. This is something that you had your eye on <hes> in a way because i think frank darabont had the rights to it for a while but it never cracked the nut yeah. I'm not i mean would have made a wonderful movie. I'm sure i'm in who i love. Love always film so i don't know what happened there but <hes> yeah eventually they rights became available again and i guess you line grab them and at that time they were i've been discussing discussing with with them for a while and then i went and did scary stories and then suddenly was still available and they talk talk to them and then wow okay they liked my take on its apparently was it the same thing big pitch big screens together trailer all right okay. We'll talk about that. In detail makes your andres been an appetizer. I you go and walk and then who knows scarier stories to tell in the dark. Hopefully we shall see. It's been a pleasure hundred over door. Prizes like okay so that was andre over dole and now it is tied to talk about this movie news <hes> so quiet though it's not been a lot happening i get it and just go straight to the reviews section. I guess so <hes> come on. We should probably like. I don't know find something. I guess there's oh my god born. Twenty five title was announced an in two thousand five. It's the bond entitle no time to die which if you think about it is basically the exact same meaning as die another day. I don't know if that's a good thing or bad thing. It's very bone title that for bonn tile dr no time to die another day yes are you one of these people who has written a lot into this. The fact that there is the word no in this because it's heavily rumored calls me monica's playing dr no. I hadn't heard that rumor now now. I'm depressed about the punch in the tail and i wish you hadn't told me no time to die. Just needs more it needs. It's more punctuation really doesn't it. It's time to kill but no time to die at. I keep putting it with other similarly named films in my head. I think this is maybe a statement of kind of of assurance for the fans. It's meant to reassure them that some kind of continuity some kind of classic bonus is going on because i feel like there was a there there was a lot of consternation from a certain type of person about the whole he isn't 007 at this point. He's retired <hes> especially about the the stories that louisiana lynch will be 007 so maybe this is a little bit of our no. This is a this is a classic bond. Movie don't worry kind of an announcement advancement but also this may be done craigslist movie but it won't be bonds last movie and that <hes> tracheal dull good on the recasting route and just carry on they've done before yeah.

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"gerard butler" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

02:56 min | 11 months ago

"gerard butler" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Get it. I lost a whole job and i was like to call him. My agents went to hell and they were like day saying that you got the job they loved european and it was <hes> and you're like no no no. I got the job on the j. one. You're actually shooting the movie. I'm not here any day now. The realizes pitch but is that a part of the directing skill said develop over time that idea yeah. I mean i've india now. A pitch is home in the times also started doing commercials. I did ten years commercials and that kind of is very similar process. We have to put together a presentation of how even though it's a thirty second thing you have to do it in a specific way and that's a good learning experience for going into movie making because you are going to have to present the it's a competitive situation in a way it's old have to judge you on is really how you percent your ideas. You have to have clearcut ideas and i think think india and i believe that you can actually have not the best most amazing awesome pitch in the world but if you have good ideas as a director you'll kind of get away with it. Even if you're not a show person standing there and kind of roll up roll up gentlemen i'm not so that way so always always terrifying for me to go into studios and pitching because i felt like i had to be a you know somebody you could just stand there and sing and dance and i certainly wasn't yeah but what's <hes> wh- what is a pitch for you. What do you bring in mood boards. Do you bring in examples of what you're going to aim for in terms of tone and style yeah sometimes you have like like a fifty sixty seventy page document on t._v. Screen that you put together with visuals and with going through the whole movie like okay. This is the design of everything i'm from the costumes to the <hes> the roads that is going to happen although the house or how everything's going to the tone and the mood and even down to the music as you can play the music in the room to show this is going to be the feel of it and trailer for example you cut together a trailer based on other movies like a spec trailer that should be like two three minutes and percent kind of what's this vision is going to be which can be quite tricky but it's possible and basically really only have twenty minutes just to do it so i can spend months preparing this and all you have as you walk in there you have twenty precise minutes that can balloon to forty five minutes but rarely more because if have you have a question and answer session with the studio with producers afterwards but it will be in that bracket and <hes> it does kind of like terrifying that you only have those few minutes nets sounds exhausting awesome. Yeah scare anybody unless you're christopher nolan or somebody will want to make this movie and they go yes. Just how much do yes wow. That's that's interesting so <hes>. Did you cut together a trailer for this for this pitch scary stories yeah what sort of movies that were incorporated.

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"gerard butler" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

01:46 min | 11 months ago

"gerard butler" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"On the podcast this week director andrei overall pops by to tell scary stories in the pod booth about that's scary stories to tell in the dark. I fell in love with it. There was such a throwback to the arab movies. I grew up with plus. Jerry butler has this fallen. Oh no don't worry he's just fallen into the poll booth where he's gonna talk about. Angel has fallen. If you want intellectual conversation better that cumberbatch number budget stories about dogs talking with their legs jerry butler's you're all lot unusual news and nonsense on the movie podcast that is glad to welcome is terrifying terrifying foes to the movie podcast arena because if there's one thing this world needs right now. It's another fucking movie podcast. Welcome one and all hell aboard what i'm chris hewitt and welcome to the podcast which this week is brought to you by the national lottery cinema day how exciting and this week i'm joined by two colleagues colleagues of such lethal cunning not one colleague not doing any of that prime number shenanigans got prime numbers wrong this weekend by the way one is a prime number. One is a prime mist of all numbers. I would've thought it was pretty prime of numbers directive to looniest number. You'll ever need to be as bad as one. Though yeah. Three is the magic the book that is it isn't it <hes> die be joined by two colleagues lethal cunning <hes> you've heard them both already one is ben travers the nicest guy in showbiz who saying that about me i don't i feel like we should get. Tom hanks in here for immediately immediately a nice off or michael palin. Oh yes also joining us. The of our podcast as per contractual obligation is a delight to have you here. Just is written your.

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Gerard Butler, Morgan Freeman Reunite for 'Angel Has Fallen'

Chuck and Kelly

00:48 sec | 11 months ago

Gerard Butler, Morgan Freeman Reunite for 'Angel Has Fallen'

"Great during the start a Gerard Butler Morgan Freeman among others angel has fallen the third and I have fallen fear you you had a live as of fall and then London has fallen out angel has fallen this one it takes a slightly different turn instead of him trying to protect the president from harm he has been framed for the ascent of the technician attempt on the president and then Gerard Butler goes on the run to train Dave's name and then circles back to try and stop the back I speaking of president this is not as good as the other what has fallen movies it goes off of formula a bit too much and is there's less of the bad guy aspect that has any sort of a surprise to it I mean you still get to see your brother kick **** for awhile but it's it's not as good as the

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Camille Grammer, Miley Cyrus, and Gerard Butler among celebrities who have lost homes to the wildfires

WBZ Afternoon News

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Camille Grammer, Miley Cyrus, and Gerard Butler among celebrities who have lost homes to the wildfires

"One in northern California or in southern California. Anyway, you got several stars, including Miley Cyrus, and Gerald Butler and Camille grammer and rare Robin Thicke Neil young. They have all lost homes in the Wolsey fire that swept through Malibu and the surrounding Los Angeles and Ventura counties kept one I don't know where it is. But I kept on one used to when I hear Malibu, I originally think of Johnny Carson's old house and Tom Petty's old house. Probably still owned by the pennies. Other celebrities like Caitlyn

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Miley Cyrus, Neil Young lose homes in Malibu wildfires

Colleen and Bradley

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Miley Cyrus, Neil Young lose homes in Malibu wildfires

"Well. Lived then Miley Cyrus, understandably says, she's devastated after becoming one of the thousands of Californians who lost their homes in the wildfire around the state Miley says she along with fiancee's Liam Hemsworth in their pets escape safely, but the house has been reduced to rubble. Gerard butler? Camille, grammer Neil young Robin Thicke also lost their Malibu help homes over the weekend. At least one hundred seventy seven homes have been destroyed in southern California by the fires and in northern California. More than six thousand homes were lost in at least thirty one people have died as a

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Celebs watch their homes burn to the ground in CA fires

The WB Show

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Celebs watch their homes burn to the ground in CA fires

"Back to those wildfires in California. Several celebrities are among the hundreds that have lost homes in the southern California. Fires Gerard Butler. Taking to Twitter, Robin, Thicke also taking to Instagram and saying their homes are gone. Actress Bianca blonde kill posting that she watched her home burned to the ground. Hundreds of homes in the area of been lost lady. Gaga Scott bay. Oh, and Garam. Oh, del Toro have been forced to evacuate fans. Worried about the bachelor mansion have her watching a home nearby current into a charred pile of rubble, but that mansion has so far been okay.

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Celebrities attend People's Choice Awards as homes burn in wildfire

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Celebrities attend People's Choice Awards as homes burn in wildfire

"Like Melissa McCarthy on the Kardashians. Walk the red carpet at the people's choice awards in Santa Monica. The host the tonight show Jimmy Fallon with USA today for just one second get your mind off your problems and make you laugh little bit. I I'm doing my job. Several celebrities have lost their homes, including Gerard Butler, and Robin Thicke the paramount ranch which serves as a set for HBO's Westworld and also provided the backdrop for gunsmoke in the nineteen. Fifties has been destroyed part of the mansion where ABC's the bachelor is. Filmed has also burned. Deborah rodriguez. CBS news. Yeah. We sorta stopped paying attention and racked up a lot of debt, right? It was stressful. He blamed me for my credit card debt, and I blamed him for that man cave. It's awesome.

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"gerard butler" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

Collider Movie Talk

03:01 min | 1 year ago

"gerard butler" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

"Yeah. He could just be this guy forever. And I'm totally down. Right. Mike banning I love when I said the line to him. I was like this guy will move mountains or die trying. Trust me. I know this guy. He was confused for a second like your mic, man. He's like oh, Mike batting. Of course. You don't know. You're live didn't he'd like film the move like didn't remember the line. I was in. How's that possible? All right. Oh, sure. Mike, Mike banning and then later on I like geo storm, I just dumped fun like dumb exactly what you'd expect out of name of a movie called geo storm, and they make fun of him. He makes fun of himself. It's still streaming American. Yeah. I have to tell you that. I've avoided watching it on airplanes fly next week. I'll watch it on the flight. Why have you voted it? I don't know. I just it's not going to be great. I I mean, I didn't go into the screening at the premiere, and I think ever since then I've just felt like well, if I missed it, then what am I doing watching this on a fucking era at the prerogatives watched it? I think if anything if our if our viewers haven't learned anything today, they've at least. Grown to love Gerard, Butler, fishy nation that much more got to beat it. If it's one percents gotta be it's gotta be accomplished our mission. So in conclusion guys, I think we can all agree. Gerard Butler and bodies the career of an eighties action star more than any working actor today because the other two people that we brought to the table in Charlie Hunnam, he doesn't have the movie star charisma, and then someone who does have all that charisma in the rock is just too damn famous. Yeah. You have to have guys that are not that talented, but super famous because you're you couldn't put Gerard Butler and Jumanji and have a gym. Abe's successful as it was would be sweet. He would be awesome. We would go see it. Like Gerard Butler in some ways is kind of like he's kind of a poor man's Hugh Jackman, and like I'm a big Jackman guy. But he's just way more talented. Yeah. He is. He's he Hugh Jackman as an actor has grown so much the greatest show starring Gerard Butler. This is a great show. Stayman I've signed on for the greatest showman to I know. It's a straight. It's straight to read book sequel, but it's going great going to huge remember in the phantom of the opera when I say in that I sit in this. They've told me I can write the original music for the film. I've hired you Jackson's band to do the music. No, no. I'm not breathing off. You know, it's respect respect Steven. He is the eighties action star of today. He really is. Without a doubt is in hundred killer is one of those great examples of because there's the under sieges. Yeah. The hard to kills absolutely. You know, so guys that's going to wrap up the very first episode ever of the action guys. Thank you so much for listening. Thanks so much for watching. If you're seeing this on YouTube. Sure, leave your thoughts comments below like let us know. Did you like any of the segments anything that? You thought were particularly funnier stupid. If you want to follow along with us, you can find me at Ben Bateman media. You guys can find me at Andrew guy. And we also have a patriots.

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"gerard butler" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"gerard butler" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Yes she liked it it's good didn't need to also do that with cedric the entertainer that they were remake back to school with him too i didn't see that we have ideas yeah i think so i think so they're making the purge of epa tv series that works that'll work yeah it you what you need for a good tv series and the reason another reason cobra kai works is you need to build up to a thing that could be like this is the end of it got to the end of the tournament like you knew the tournaments coming that's that's that's how it has to end at the end of the tournament and then now we're going to set up next season is another tournament same thing says i like friday night lights work so well get into the playoffs and that's what we're gonna do regain win state bank bank robbers work we both what was that last bank robbery movie that came out i texted you that we had talked about dente feves good start solid ending very tough our plus in between gerard butler was as chris ryan said our butler was going for it gerard butler is like the best worst bad good actor in any movie i've ever seen he is completely over the top it's enjoyable i think he thinks he's doing way better than we do but i still like it yeah it that's me seem like she didn't do any actual research on anything he he was in his house like what would a cool mean guy do oh i'm gonna wear a ring in an affliction t shirt like what are you doing i'm gonna almanac like i'm hung over yeah yeah i'm gonna get girls i'm gonna say cool thing i'm gonna i'm gonna stare people i was really surprised by how much i like then athis i was expecting to go into you know why not liking it why 'cause you're you're the only person who loves bank robbery movies more than i do a while i do love good bank robbery movie sometimes they don't work though.

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"gerard butler" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"gerard butler" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Yes she liked it it's good didn't need to also do that with cedric the entertainer that they were remake back to school with him too i didn't see that we have ideas yeah i think so i think so they're making the purge of epa tv series that works that'll work yeah it you what you need for a good tv series and the reason another reason cobra kai works is you need to build up to a thing that could be like this is the end of it got to the end of the tournament like you knew the tournaments coming that's that's that's how it has to end at the end of the tournament and then now we're going to set up next season is another tournament same thing says i like friday night lights work so well get into the playoffs and that's what we're gonna do regain win state bank bank robbers work we both what was that last bank robbery movie that came out i texted you that we had talked about dente feves good start solid ending very tough our plus in between gerard butler was as chris ryan said our butler was going for it gerard butler is like the best worst bad good actor in any movie i've ever seen he is completely over the top it's enjoyable i think he thinks he's doing way better than we do but i still like it yeah it that's me seem like she didn't do any actual research on anything he he was in his house like what would a cool mean guy do oh i'm gonna wear a ring in an affliction t shirt like what are you doing i'm gonna almanac like i'm hung over yeah yeah i'm gonna get girls i'm gonna say cool thing i'm gonna i'm gonna stare people i was really surprised by how much i like then athis i was expecting to go into you know why not liking it why 'cause you're you're the only person who loves bank robbery movies more than i do a while i do love good bank robbery movie sometimes they don't work though.

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"gerard butler" Discussed on About to Review

About to Review

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"gerard butler" Discussed on About to Review

"One of our colleagues a described it as the crappy version of heat that he never knew he wanted the brent yeah yeah yeah remain man brent shout out to rim with night in we're both very excited when the trailer drought i know you are who've out all this the kind of trashing movie that we enjoy mmhmm and that we are actually screening his jio storm is another how there's other trashy one that we really like drive but they were like a new critics of armed butler box as many very interesting it's going to have three hundred and exit has got here in the bunch of gerard butler man he is what are you go wrong gamer maybe we'll either libs has fallen out of that which will i enjoy i enjoy him i think or was the one where not that was where he was like i'll take any action movie you want because he had already done his like spout of romantic kauai a that other that style in katherine heigl heated on so i think after that he was like all right define whatever gutter as a denim thieves stars gerard butler which i mean he is the big draw the is the big drop publish riber in i think his biggest movie role sherlock he he is a character are you have seen him on tv he was on american god's reason lena local kid uh publish riber fifty cent oecd jackson jr a baby ice cuba with a bunch of other care to act if you see and other stuff before yeah and this group led by polish riber wants to rob the federal reserve which if if you listen to a couple weeks ago when to move on it's ridiculous talked about this this is the federal reserve this is not the regular bank and they opened with this actually it like pretty cool shot of a helicopter shot.

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"gerard butler" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"gerard butler" Discussed on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen

"Would you say golf course golf course museum mazes when do you hit into the golf course me what party a life do you get in right got colder hey i like this was a golf course okay gerard how do you think your first visit to the clubhouse is go i think it's going exceptionally well well i'm sorry to say it's about to get worse because there aren't butler the time has come for you to please the fat good luck to only one drug butler name one movie you did strictly for the paycheck just a page or don't say that oh no you may plead the fifth oh okay neil i plead to fifth okay george butler you have kids both angelina jolie and jennifer aniston onscreen as the better kiss or no new no we need to notice jennifer aniston i'm just going you know i'm just taking by surprise can you played this is good discussion gerard butler what is your favorite and leastfavourite fifty cent song and in the club's my favorite k and in the club's my lease flavor acting with curtis we didn't actually get a chance to do as much together which were was a bummer this is my movie i'm like the superstar is that right and i butler over over huggy i'm here on this whole presser just to support firstly because he is so good in this movie on n no he his these amazing in the movie and i was in a lot of the scenes i was there casinos producer on movies i was around all the time and i have to say it's like each one of these guys because he's so much charisma and so much gravitas the just stands in literally people around watching get so excited when he does almost nothing he's he's them is amazing the five kids in the mood busy boy going.

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